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JEFFERSON CITY, MO -- Hepatitis A was diagnosed in an employee who handled food at Jack in the Box located at 101 Bourbeuse River Access in Union, Missouri. The investigation by the Franklin County … more
The Race Across America began Saturday, June 15, in Oceanside, Calif. and ended Friday, June 21 in Annapolis, Md. Dubbed the world’s toughest bicycle race, it draws competitors from around the … more
Throughout the school year, Jennifer Lindemeyer, counselor at Gerald Elementary School, organizes community service projects for the student body.  In February, the month to celebrate love, … more
Highway improvements are coming to Gerald and they have nothing to do with Modot repairs. Several vacant buildings are being prepared for new businesses plus highway banners are ready to hang.  … more
She started college when she was 29 years old. For nearly three years, she took online classes to get her general education requirements out of the way. “I couldn’t really leave … more
Police Chief Jim Helton first approached the Board of Aldermen about purchasing new guns for his department in September. In a special meeting, held Wednesday, Sept. 25, Helton presented some … more
The Gerald Area Library will be offering Book Bingo each Wednesday, beginning Oct. 16, from 11 a.m. to noon. The game is free and open to anyone. Mostly books will be offered as bingo prizes, … more
Christopher M. Brown, 40, of Leslie was killed in a head-on collision Wednesday, June 12.  The 4:10 p.m. crash occurred on U. S. 50 east of State Route EE. Derek R. Gillespie, 18, of … more
Crews with the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Protection District were called out early Sunday morning for a structure fire in Brinkmeyer Road in Gasconade County. Mutual assistance to the 6:04 a.m call was … more
The City of Gerald has received many complaints and comments about a long-term water leak emanating from Art’s Sports and Liquor. A steady stream of water ran from that property, down the south … more
The Board of Aldermen are expected to approve a request to vacate an alley that they will hear at their meeting Thursday, June 13. The request for vacation was signed by Tina Bauguess, owner of … more
Last Tuesday evening, Nov. 26, a blue 2003 Chevrolet Venture van was stolen from Fifth Street in Gerald. Gerald Police Chief Jim Helton says the van was left on the street while the owner went … more
Steve and Marsha Kamper’s son awoke late Thursday evening to the smell of smoke in their home in the 8100 block of Beemont Road. He alerted his father, who quickly got everyone out of the house … more
The Planning and Zoning Commission met Wednesday, Feb. 13. Visitors filled the room in anticipation of the commission’s ruling on whether or not to recommend a rezoning proposal by the Gerald … more
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy is a 12 week program designed to give participants an inside look at law enforcement. During the academy, students will meet weekly … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department has an Auxiliary group that was formed in December. There has not been an active auxiliary associated with the department in more than 10 years.  Carrie … more
A Franklin County Bicentennial Celebration Parade was held Sunday after on the courthouse square in Union. Groups from around the county participated. At least three groups from Gerald were part of … more
At their awards banquet held last month, members of the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department were honored for their years of service. Pins are awarded when members reach their  one three, five, 10, 20 … more
The Planning and Zoning board’s regular meeting for February was scheduled for last Tuesday, Feb. 5. With only three members present, the board was unable to form a quorum and therefore unable … more
In a move that left city officials stunned, 20th Judicial Senior Judge Gael D. Wood ruled in favor of Bull Moose Tube Co. (BMT) in their lawsuit against the City of Gerald. In early 2018, the … more
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