Gerald/Rosebud
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Fidelity Communications informed the City of Gerald it is investing $1.3 million to expand their fiber-optic network “throughout the city limits of Gerald and Rosebud,” in a letter dated … more
Brad Rasmussen, president of the Gerald Athletic Association, brought some firm facts and figures to the Board of Aldermen at their regular meeting last Thursday, April 8.  The GAA warned the … more
Some city streets were prepared for a new layer of asphalt last week by city crews. On Tuesday, the public works department concentrated on readying Meadow View Court.  This week, the crew has … more
Gerald’s new mayor will be Annette Justus. She defeated challenger Brad Landwehr by garnering 83 votes to his 26.  Both Ward 1 Alderman Angela Koepke and Ward 2 Alderman Corey Novotney … more
Fidelity Communications on Tuesday announced it will invest $1.3 million to build a fiber optic network in Gerald and Rosebud which will provide the fastest and most reliable internet service to … more
An error on the ballot that will be given to voters in Gerald next Tuesday was discovered by the Republican yesterday afternoon while preparing this article. The term of office for the mayor of … more
The City of Gerald is slated to receive $241,840 under the American Rescue Plan. This would be the city’s portion of the $5.3 billion awarded to the State of Missouri.  The money will … more
Community Outreach runs the local food pantry, offers other assistance to those in need and operates Finders Keepers resale shop.  Finders Keepers helps provide some cash to pay for the … more
Brad Rasmussen, president of the Gerald Athletic Association (GAA), again addressed the Gerald Board of Aldermen Thursday, March 11.  Rasmussen had approached the board last spring with … more
Christopher R. Helling, 26, of Owensville suffered serious injuries in an accident that occurred Wednesday, March 10. Cpl. R. A. LeClaire with Troop C of the Missouri Highway Patrol provided … more
An egg hunt, for children age 10 and under, has been scheduled for Saturday, March 27, at Legion Park in Gerald.  For ages 3 and under, the hunt will begin at 11 a.m. Those ages 4 to 7 will … more
Julie Diestelkamp, owner of Simply Sweet LLC in Owensville, has confirmed that she will be opening a similar shop in Gerald.  The business will be located in the building that most recently … more
When asked what changes people would like to see in Gerald, cleaning up the town is always high on the list.  Sometimes, it just takes a few people to get the ball rolling.  Monday … more
At 12:44 p.m. Saturday, March 6, the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department (GRFD) was dispatched for a report of a non-dwelling structure fire in 4600 block of Moore Road.  Fire crews found a large … more
The Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Meet the Candidates, Wednesday, March 24, at 7 p.m. at the Depot in Legion Park. The purpose of the forum is to allow the public to get to know the … more
Jessie Bayless, art teacher at Gerald Elementary School has received national recognition. The National Art Education Association (NAEA) has named Bayless its Western Region Elementary Art Educator … more
The Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored a community roundtable last Wednesday, Feb. 24, in their historic Depot.  11 people attended the event and none were shy with presenting both … more
The Franklin County Health Department report on Feb. 25 listed seven deaths, although the deaths are believed to have occurred weeks, or even months, prior.  Six of the deaths are positively … more
Seven Gerald Elementary students had their entries chosen to advance in the Picture the Music project sponsored by the St. Louis Symphony this year. The artwork of Hunter Boland, (left to right) … more
At a special meeting held Thursday, Feb. 25, the Board of Aldermen approved a rate hike in sewer rates for city residents. The flat sewer rate of $18.50 will remain unchanged. The increase will be … more
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