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Deric Anthony Rugen of Gerald was sentenced Feb. 14, to 15 years for abuse/neglect of a child,   a class B felony and to seven years for   Class D felony of second degree domestic assault … more
Preliminary work on the Rock Island Trail State Park will begin this week in Gerald. Woody Bogler Trucking began hauling and stockpiling rock from Riverstone Quarry in Union next to the trail … more
Representatives from Gerald Elementary School traveled to the Powerful Learned Conference at the Lake Monday, Jan. 29. They once again gave a presentation on the innovative programs they have created … more
GERALD — Friday, Jan. 26, will be a day long remembered by many in Gerald. It was the day work began on the Rock Island Trail in this town. An indoor ceremony was held at the Bistro at the … more
Mayor Angela Koepke called a workshop meeting Thursday, Jan. 25. The workshop was so successful, Koepke said she plans to hold one at least each quarter. In last week’s meeting, Koepke set … more
Both drivers in a head-on crash Monday evening at 5:29 on a snow-covered Route EE sustained minor injuries. Owensville firemen extricated Jamie L. Emo, 40, of Owensville, from the 2023 Ford Edge … more
Lead is a metal that can occur naturally in drinking water. Especially in this part of Missouri where lead was once a leading export. Exposure to too much lead can lead to severe health … more
As of Jan. 1, Allen Isgrigg is the new owner of Gerald Home Center. He takes the reins from Otis and Jeanie Schulte, however Jeanie will stay with the business for a short transition period. … more
Groundbreaking for the Rock Island Trail in Gerald is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 26, at noon. The first scoop of dirt will be removed in front of the Bistro at the Mill. Visitors can watch the … more
Patchy’s Pizzeria has come up with a new way to give back to the community. Each employee will get to choose an organization to donate all the tips to on their birthday. On Saturday, Dec. 16, … more
UNION — Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the capital murder trial of Kenneth Lee Simpson will have plenty of time to prepare as the alleged cop killer’s day in court won’t take … more
The Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce met Oct. 25 as guests of Otis and Jeanie Schulte. The Schultes hosted the group in their new shed which includes a diner decorated in a 1950s theme. Dinner was … more
Cary Parker, a local businessman and long-time supporter of the Rock Island Trail, addressed the Board of Aldermen in a workshop last Thursday prior to a regular meeting. Parker told the board … more
A vehicle versus power pole situation created a power outage that affected about half the town last Saturday. Ameren notified customers of the outage at 9:20 a.m. and power was restored at 4:15 p.m. … more
A Gerald man received minor injuries during a one-vehicle accident on Monday afternoon when his 1998 Ford Ranger struck a fence before entering a pond. Owensville Fire Department (OFD) responded … more
The Immanuel Lutheran Church in Rosebud hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a new addition to the Immanuel Lutheran School at 11 a.m. on Aug. 27 following Church services. The school children and … more
Tom and Jamie Pataky of New Haven are bringing an independent living facility to the former nursing home building in Gerald. The couple hopes to have Cornerstone Living Center open for business in a … more
The state auditor’s office has issued a report noting which counties and cities have not filed end-of-year financial reports due June 30. The City of Gerald was listed as not having filed … more
A boil water advisory issued Sunday afternoon was lifted just before noon Tuesday. A series of unfortunate events led to advisory being issued. A water main break was reported at the … more
Many residents will remember Bill Jakob, a man who rode into Gerald pretending to be a federal law enforcement officer in 2008. When he was discovered to be a fraud, the incident brought … more
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