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GERALD — Aldermen are expected to make a decision on proposed annexations of highway right-of-ways extending the Gerald city limits in four directions after they convene tomorrow (Thursday) in … more
Boeuff Presbyterian Church celebrated its 165th anniversary Sunday, June 9, with a special mid-afternoon service. Church memorabilia, including the church’s first Bible, were on display in the … more
A public hearing on the proposal to extend the city limits of Gerald will be held this evening, June 5, at 6 p.m. at the Gerald Lions Hall, 229 N. Bernhardt Ave. This idea originated in the Planning and … more
Citizens Bank was chartered on May 4, 1934 and celebrated its 90th anniversary with free food on Friday at the Gerald branch. Citizens Bank of New Haven began as merger between the Bank of New … more
Jerry Reinhold with Rosebud Resort and RV Park held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday with the Owensville Chamber of Commerce and Rosebud Chamber of Commerce. Pictured with Reinhold are, from left, … more
At last Thursday’s city meeting, City Administrator Nick Grube asked for approval of a $50,000 water meter replacement project. Grube explained that at least 118 meters currently in … more
ROSEBUD — Gasconade County Central Dispatch received a quite impressive birthday present earlier this year, one that will allow the agency to make significant upgrades to its services. In … more
An Oklahoma man already out on bond on allegations of violating a protective order from McIntosh County Oklahoma was taken into custody by Rosebud police on Saturday and charged Sunday here with a … more
Some long needed repairs are being addressed at Roadside Park which fronts U.S. Highway 50 between Main Street and W. Springfield Ave. The north side of this park is now owned by Missouri State Parks … more
Representing each of the four University of Missouri System universities, a handful of high-achieving students will travel to the Missouri Capitol to showcase their research at Undergraduate Research … more
Gerald-Rosebud Firemen and Gerald officials received a 2 a.m. wake-up call early Tuesday. A culvert just north of Gerald on Wheeler Road was washed out during a heavy rainstorm overnight. City … more
Gerald-Rosebud Fire District (GRFD) received a call Saturday night for a fire on Old Highway 50 at Route C. In a gesture of mutual aid, Chief Terry Feth with the Beaufort-Leslie Fire Department was … more
This week John Blankenship began excavating and grading the Rock Island Trail through Gerald. The trail is the centerpiece of Missouri’s newest state park. Originally, plans were that city … more
A formal request made by the residents of the Village of Leslie has prompted Missouri State Auditor Scott Fitzpatrick to launch an official audit of the municipality, which is located in Franklin … more
ROSEBUD — A man from Rosebud faces five felony charges, including three counts of second-degree kidnapping, after his arrest following a standoff early Sunday morning. According to … more
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
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