Gerald/Rosebud
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During July and August, matching funds grant checks for rural fire departments are being distributed by the Missouri Department of Conservation, Forestry Division Staff, according to Ben Webster, … more
The Gerald Board of Aldermen approved the 2019 tax levy at 95.02 cents at a Thursday, Aug. 8 meeting. That is the same tax rate as 2018.  Prior to the meeting a public hearing was held for … more
A new concrete swale was installed Monday on Cedar Street where it intersects with Sixth Street. Pine Street will remain closed at that point until Friday, allowing the concrete time to cure. Sixth … more
Gerald’s Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) was summoned to a special meeting last Tuesday, July 30 to determine whether a marijuana grow facility met current criteria for location in the … more
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that they will be closing State Route H over the Bourbeuse River beginning Monday, Aug. 19.  The closing will allow rehabilitation of … more
Boeuff Presbyterian Church was founded 160 years ago, on June 12, 1859. Members selected last Sunday, July 28, to celebrate the event.  After worship, members and visitors were invited to a … more
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office has “Occupant with Special Needs” stickers available at the front desk of the Sheriff's Office during normal business hours. The stickers are … more
A two-vehicle accident closed down U. S. Highway 50 for a short while last Thursday, July 18. Officer Brandon McCulloch, with the Gerald Police says the accident occurred around 4 p.m. Michael … more
Public Works Director Nick Grube had already received approval from aldermen to resurface several streets.  West Springfield Avenue, South Pine Street and Bittersweet Drive were the major … more
In 2012 voters in Gerald approved a 1-cent increase in sales tax to help fund street repairs. This increase was somewhat offset by a reduction in property taxes.  The tax increase is … more
While many were enjoying the Fourth of July extended holiday weekend, members of the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department spent their time off working. On Saturday, they assisted the Gerald Area … more
The Gerald Rosebud Fire Department was called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident, with entrapment, on State Route ZZ Monday evening. Tpr. J. M. Langley, with Troop C of the Missouri State … more
When the Gerald Area Ambulance District (GAAD) moved to their new building, the building they vacated was put up for sale.  The property was originally part of an entire city block owned by … more
City Engineer Terris Cates broke some bad news to the Board of Aldermen at their June 13 meeting. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources would require the city to install a disinfecting system … more
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
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
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
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
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