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Hilary (Haase) Ward will once again be the mayor of Gerald. She defeated Brad Landwehr with 118 votes to his 44. She will join her mother Ruth Haase, who held onto the Ward 1 Alderman seat to which … more
For around 50 years, the Gerald community had telephone service that was connected by a central switchboard. These switchboards were operated by telephone girls - the actual job listing used by the … more
Figo’s Mexican Restaurant opened last week after being welcomed to town by city officials and members of the Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce (above). The business is owned by Maria Moreno and … more
A team from Heartland Independent Living (HIL) came to Gerald Elementary School last week with a specific objective: To teach second-graders what it is like to live with a disability. Molly … more
The Gerald Chamber of Commerce will host their Meet the Candidates forum next Wednesday, March 27, at the Depot in Legion Park. It begins at 6 p.m., following a short business meeting at 5:30 p.m. … more
When the Board of Aldermen met last Thursday, March 14, they accepted a plan for street projects for 2019 presented to them.  Public Works Director Nick Grube had listed four projects that … more
A few months ago the City of Gerald purchased a stainless steel kite for the celebration of the Bicentennial of Franklin County. The kite symbolizes Ben Franklin, for whom the county was named.  … 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
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 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
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
The Parks Department’s budget has been set at $32, 275 for 2019 with $29,000 coming from taxes and $1,400 is expected to come in from facility rentals. Another $1,875 will be collected from the … more
A request has been submitted to the Planning and Zoning Board to consider a change in zoning for a property owned by the Gerald Ambulance District. The board began their consideration at a meeting … more
The Bistro at the Mill hosted an informational meeting with Missouri Rock Island Trail (MoRIT) and community leaders last Thursday, Jan. 31.  Members of the Gerald chamber, library, … more
Last Saturday, the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department held, what was once, their annual awards banquet. The last banquet was held in 2015, but after Warren Weiss was appointed fire chief he vowed to … more
An informational meeting on the proposed Rock Island Trail will be held Thursday, Jan. 31 at The Bistro at the Mill. A meet and greet will begin at 5 p.m. with a presentation following at 6 … more
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