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Three motorcyclists were injured in the county in separate crashes reported to the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Friday and Sunday afternoons. A Washington man faces a misdemeanor driving … more
The Gerald Planning and Zoning Commission was presented with a petition for a change to the zoning code at their May 2 meeting. Glenwood Equities, LLC from Chesterfield was listed as the … more
HERMANN — The Missouri Attorney’s Office has added another member to its team as it prepares for the May 26 preliminary hearing of Kenneth Lee Simpson, the 35-year-old man charged with … more
A small group of cast and crew from Always Late TV arrived at Hometown Market Sunday morning to film the first scenes of Kevin Edwards’ latest movie. “Rio Rules the World” is his … more
Cecilia (Ceci) Mitchell was diagnosed with a brain tumor when she began suffering seizures shortly after birth. She underwent surgery to remove part of the tumor in late March. All this has put a … more
Rosebud’s police chief Mason Grifith was killed in the line of duty March 12 while serving with the Hermann police department. On April 11, a flag was adopted as the official flag of … more
Gerald voters had many issues to settle on the ballots they cast in last Tuesday’s General Municipal Election. Of the 831 registered voters in town, 152 showed up to cast their votes, for an … more
Tuesday, April 4, voters reported to their polling place to let their voices be heard on local candidates and tax issues. At noon, 91 voters had cast their ballots. That would indicate much more … more
ST. LOUIS – A Franklin County, Missouri man has been accused of a federal criminal sex act with a minor. Scott M. Arnold-Micke, 46, was indicted March 22, 2023 on one count of … more
Motorcycle police from the St. Louis region, Kansas City and Springfield lead the 495-vehicle procession Sunday from Owensville High School to Rosebud’s Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery for the … more
Public Works Director Nick Grube addressed the Board of Aldermen at their regular meeting March 9 about upcoming street work. Last year Grube suggested, and the board agreed, that due to … more
Det. Sgt. Mason Griffith was killed while on duty with the Hermann Police Department Sunday night. Details of the incident can be found elsewhere in this issue. Gerald Police Chief Jim Helton … more
After years of waiting, the Gerald community once again has a grocery store. Hometown Market opened its doors Wednesday, March 8. While the milk shipment did not arrive for the store’s opening, … more
Early Monday morning a delivery truck pulled up to the loading dock at Hometown Market and workers began unloading the first shipment of groceries for the soon-to-be-open store.     Owner … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department responded with equipment and personnel to assist neighboring Beaufort-Leslie Fire Department Sunday with a fire south of Leslie (above) on State Route CC. The shed … more
Mildred Street is one block long and runs from Walnut Street to Scrivner Avenue. Currently, only one house faces Mildred Street. A permit has been issued for a new 900-square-foot home to be … more
After a series of unfortunate events, the board of directors of the Gerald Area Library made the decision to close the library unless more volunteers could be found. A group of new volunteers … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Protection District (GRFPD)held its annual awards dinner for department members Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Gerald Lions Hall. The hall was filled with not just current … more
In an effort to combat fentanyl overdose deaths, firefighters with the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Protection District (GRFPD) received free Naloxone (a generic name for a product commonly known as Narcan) … more
Anthony Milanowski, interim chief of the Gerald Area Ambulance District, reports the district has been given a $60,000 FEMA grant.   The money was used to order 25 sets of turn-out gear. … more
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