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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
In an effort to try to understand the ongoing legal action between the City of Gerald and Bull Moose Tube, Co., The Republican requested some information. The response from the city created only … more
A four-vehicle accident shut down U.S. Highway 50 Friday at 5:33 p.m. According to a report filed by Tpr. M. W. Hedlund, with Troop C of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred … more
James Flannery, Gerald, was sentenced to one year and one day of imprisonment for each of three counts to which he pled guilty. The sentences will run concurrently according to the Honorable Ronnie … more
Gerald Elementary School’s art teacher, Jessie Bayless recently received a high honor... more
A structure fire was reported Wednesday evening, Nov. 6, at 6:07 p.m. The caller said she was trapped inside her mobile home... more
Last Tuesday, Nov. 5, the city of Gerald filed an appeal in a judgement made against them in the 20th Circuit Court. The judgement was a result of a lawsuit filed by Bull Moose Tube, Co. (BMT) … more
Workers at Certified Auto Repair, on W. Fifth Street, noticed a vehicle missing from their lot Thursday morning, Oct. 31. Police Chief Jim Helton says that after reviewing security video, he felt … more
The city of Gerald has accumulated a huge financial obligation to the firm representing its interest, Cunningham, Vogel and Rost, of St. Louis. Much of the debt was accrued in a legal fight with … more
Bradley Landwehr, former Public Works Director for the City of Gerald has filed a second appeal in his federal lawsuit against the city, and lost. Landwehr originally filed suit in federal court … more
The City of Gerald’s entry in the Kites of Franklin County People’s Choice awards, won second place. Wanda Parsons, the project committee chairperson, came to Gerald Monday to present … more
City Clerk Jane Hungler told the Republican Tuesday that she will be leaving her position with the city in December. Hungler began her duties as city clerk Jan. 2, 2014. Since then, the city has … more
The Gerald Venturing Crew were up to their good deeds again this weekend in Gerald. Four members met at Tina’s Treasures to install a blessing box. These boxes are springing up around the … 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
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
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
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
The family of two-year-old Truett Palmer of Owensville received a check from the Yesterdays Cruisers Car Club for $9,600 Monday. The funds were raised through months of hard work by the club … more
Back-to-back public hearings on two separate issues were held last Thursday at City Hall. At 6 p.m. the first hearing opened concerning changes in the city’s proposed amendment to its … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department, plus four other departments, responded to a barn fire in the 3000 block of Rosebud Road Sunday morning. According to Fire Chief Warren Weiss, property owner … more
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