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An 18-year-old from Gerald ejected in a Friday morning roll-over crash on Highway 28 was released from the hospital the same day, according to a family member’s social media post. Daniel A. … more
Public Works Director Nick Grube addressed the Board of Aldermen at their regular meeting, Oct. 14.  Grube told the board a significant water leak has developed in Hillside Trailer Park on … more
The Gerald Lions Club raised $8,000 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital from their recent Poker Run. The run was held Saturday, Oct. 9. The money was raised through registration fees of … more
The latest COVID-19 report issued by county officials last Friday included 12 new deaths, including two from the Gerald area.  The report attributes the deaths of a 60-year-old Gerald woman … more
According to a story in The Missourian, Noah A. Cook, 21, of Gerald has been charged with second-degree rape and second-degree sodomy of a Gerald woman. Both are Class D felonies. Police Chief Jim … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department was dispatched to a structure fire Friday, Sept. 24 at 4:18 a.m. In just eight minutes, six firemen were on the scene fighting the fire that had fully involved a … more
At their September meeting, the Gerald city council changed their collection policy for water bills.  Water bills are due on the 15th of the month. Users with bills not paid by the due date … more
If it’s Monday evening, chances are good that you will find members of the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department at the firehouse. They use the time to clean and repair equipment, maintain the station … more
Reported positive COVID-19 cases in the county dropped last week from the previous week—but only by one case. Franklin County officials reported 250 confirmed new cases for the week of Sept. … more
Noah Ogden is just happy to be alive and to show appreciation for the ambulance and fire personnel who helped save his life after his automobile crash on Route ZZ on the night of July 8, 2019, he … more
Police Chief Jim Helton obtained approval from the Board of Alderman at a special meeting Aug. 4, to hire another police officer. Helton says James Birmingham was hired as a full-time officer for … more
In their weekly report issued last Friday, county officials confirmed another COVID-19 death. A 63-year-old female from Pacific died in July due to the virus, according to the report. That brings … more
A storm blew through Gerald Sunday afternoon. Heavy winds knocked down tree branches throughout town and pulled down one power line. The power line came down along Sixth Street, between Main and … more
Four people are being treated in Franklin County hospitals for COVID-19. This is according to the latest report from the Franklin County Health Department. There was one hospitalization reported the … more
Public Works Director Nick Grube was given permission to purchase a High Tide SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) system from Municipal Equipment by the Board of Aldermen at their July 8 … more
MoDot will be busy in July making repairs to area roadways. Beginning next Monday, July 12, drivers can expect delays when traveling on Route H. Jack Wang, with MoDOT communications, says … more
The Community Outreach program in Gerald has gotten pretty good at being flexible throughout the pandemic. As things slowly go back to normal, the agency is striving to discover what the new normal … more
Beaufort-Leslie Firefighter Emma Redhage (above) raises a new flag in front of the Beaufort-Leslie Fire Protection District’s new firehouse. Assistant Chief Travis Suerig is directing Redhage. A … more
Bulk trash pick up will be Tuesday June 8, for most Gerald residents (Monday, June 7 for those living on Canaan Road). Each household can set out two bulk items or a maximum of six bags. of … more
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