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Summer school classes began Tuesday morning, Aug. 4, at Gerald Elementary School. There were 93 students enrolled in summer classes ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade. One of biggest … more
Halfway through the voting day, 139 Gerald voters had cast ballots in the Primary Election held Tuesday. A seasoned poll worker said she felt the turnout had been about average or a little better … more
Last Thursday, July 30, a body was discovered in the vicinity of County Line Road, just west of Gerald. Friday morning Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton issued a press release. He noted a call … more
In the first three days of August there were 39 new positive COVID-19 cases in Franklin County. One of those cases was a 65 man from Gerald. Currently, that is the only active case in the Gerald … more
St. Louis, MO –Christen Diane Schulte, 34, of Washington, Mo., pleaded guilty today to wire fraud, bank fraud and money laundering charges related to a scheme to defraud her former employer, … more
Lonigro’s Supermarket has not been open for several days and probably will not reopen for regular business. Owner, Larry Lonigro, posted on the store’s Facebook page Saturday, July 25 … more
On Sept. 30, a summary judgment was awarded to Bull Moose Tube Co.(BMT) in their lawsuit against the City of Gerald. The lawsuit, filed in February 2018, stemmed from the city’s attempts to … more
76 COVID-19 cases were reported in Franklin County in the last seven days. None of those cases were from the Gerald area, although a 37-year-old female from Beaufort tested positive. There were 69 … more
Corey Novotney, 29, was sworn in as the new Ward 2 Alderman at a special meeting of the board of alderman held Thursday, July 16. He will be filling a spot left open by the resignation of Kent … more
 Several kids showed up at the Bridle and Saddle Club arena at City Park last Tuesday, July 7. The club offered a horsemanship class to any interested child in the community. Ben Prilwetz … more
   David Lapin of Rosebud became the eighth Missouri Lottery player to win two separate Show Me Cash jackpots, after he matched all five numbers drawn on June 16 to win a jackpot prize … more
There is one piece of really good news to report in this COVID-19 updated numbers. There has not been a death in Franklin County due to the virus in a month. The last reported death was June 7. … more
Each Monday through Friday just before noon, volunteer teachers from Gerald Elementary School set up shop in front of Community Outreach. The volunteer teachers are there to hand out prepackaged … more
Tim Baker, Franklin County Clerk and Election Authority, has issued an important reminder to county voters. Those residents of Franklin County that have not registered to vote and that wish to … more
As last Wednesday, June 24, began, there were 192 reported  cases of COVID-19 in Franklin County. By Tuesday, June 30, that number had grown to 205 cases. The Department of Health and Senior … more
Jennifer Hall, the principal at Gerald Elementary School since 2012, sat behind her desk for the last time Tuesday, June 30. Hall first walked through the doors of the school as a kindergarten … more
Last Thursday, June 18, Franklin County officials reported four new cases of COVID-19 in the county, and one of those included a 38-year-old woman from Gerald. When the county lists the location of … more
A community testing event for Covid-19 was held at the Washington fairgrounds Saturday, Sunday and Monday, June 13 - 15. Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker reports that a total of 308 people were … more
Last Thursday, June 11, the Gerald Board of Aldermen met for their regular meeting. Ward 1 Alderman Ruth Haase took her seat for the last time after deciding not to seek another term. During … more
The Franklin County Health Department (FCHD) issued five pages of health violations against Lonigro’s Supermarket last week. The store was closed, and will remain so, until the … more
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