Gerald/Rosebud
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In the past, up to three Gerald Elementary School students had their submissions to the Picture the Music project sponsored by the St. Louis Symphony, selected to be displayed in the Top 100. This … more
A video, shot outside a Gerald business, spread like wildfire across social media Monday night. In the video, a Gerald man was identified by name — who we will call M — arrived at the … more
Squeaky Clean Laundry, at Main and Fourth streets in Gerald, is a 24-hour laundromat. People take advantage of the always-open policy to buy snacks and use the bathroom. Vandalism has been an … more
Robert L. Kavanagh, Robertsville, had active warrants for multiple probation violations. These originated from charges of first degree domestic assault, first degree stalking, felony leaving the … more
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is a member agency of the Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and one of ten cybercrime task force agencies in the State of Missouri. … more
Members of Boeuff Presbyterian Church saved their pocket change for six months. A little bit of money each day from each member added up to $401.05. Representatives from the church donated the money … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department held their annual awards dinner last Saturday evening, Jan. 25, at the American Legion Hall in Rosebud. Retired firemen, spouses, past board members and chiefs all … more
A search, initiated by Gerald Police, has been underway for Katlyn Pierce. Her grandmother contacted police to report her granddaughter was missing.  According to posts on Facebook, … more
St. Louis, MO –Reanna Danielle Campbell, 26, of Franklin County, pled guilty to her involvement in conspiring to distribute and to possess with the intent to distribute … more
The Knights of Columbus donated half of their proceeds from a recent Tootsie Roll sale to area charities. Last Tuesday, Jan. 14, the group met with Bill Schuck, president of Exceptional Equestrians … more
John Hurley approached the Board of Aldermen in last Thursday’s meeting to ask why he was denied a business license. Hurley says he opened Kelly’s Closet, a resale business in 2019 … more
When members of the Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce arrived New Years Day at the depot they own in Legion Park, they discovered damage to the main door. They then noticed the door to the kitchen in … more
More than 32 years after the crime occurred, a man has been arrested for the strangulation death of a woman whose body was found near St. Clair. Sheriff Steve Pelton credits his newly formed Cold … more
A Belle man and his 11-year-old female passenger were injured in a one-vehicle accident just east of Gerald at 8:29 p.m. Sunday. Christopher J. Wise, 45, was traveling east on U. S. Highway 50 … more
Gerald voters to decide on a significant increase for the cost of a Gerald business license in 2020. The Board of Aldermen agreed Dec. 12 to put the matter before voters in the April Municipal … more
Two boys from St. Clair are dead after riding their bikes on a frozen pond Sunday. A drowning incident report filed by Tpr. D. C. Highley with Troop C of the Missouri State Highway Patrol does … more
Gerald City Clerk Jane Hungler reported that two men had filed to run for aldermen in the April Municipal election. Filing opened yesterday, Dec. 17 and will close Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 5 … more
For the seventh year, Gerald’s Main Street was lit up with a Christmas Parade of Lights Saturday, Dec. 7. The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department spent the afternoon fighting multiple brush fires … more
A Gerald man, Chance L. Blaine, 20, suffered moderate injuries in a crash in Osage County Wednesday, Dec. 4. A report filed by Tpr. A. J. O’Brien with Troop F of the Missouri State Highway … more
At 8:30 a.m on Friday, Dec. 6, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team, along with members of the Multi-County Narcotics and Violent Crimes Enforcement Unit assembled. Sheriff Steve … more
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