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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
Sept. 26, 2019 The Gasconade County Commission met with Presiding Commissioner Larry Miskel, Southern District Commissioner Jerry Lairmore, Northern District Commissioner Jim Holland at the … more
The Gasconade County Fair Board and Owensville Board of Aldermen are in the midst of discussing the merits of joining forces to build a youth building/community center. Fair Board President Nick … more
City aldermen on Oct. 7 approved a design and construction administration contract worth $93,600 with Archer-Elgin for the new police station project off of Highway 28 West and Franklin … more
JEFFERSON CITY — An executive order issued Monday by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson  directs state health, safety and education departments to develop a statewide campaign to educate, warn, and … more
Gasconade County Head Start students gathered for a group photograph Thursday with teachers and parents helping that day to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the program which began in 1965 under … more
A Gerald woman seriously injured Oct. 9 in a U.S. 50 crash she caused was arrested and faces charges of possession of  under a gram of crystal methamphetamine, according to a Missouri State … 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 Republican earned two first-place awards, four second place awards and one honorable mention in this year’s contest. more
KCI Construction with help Oct. 3 from ironworkers from K&N Steel and Taylor Excavating’s crane crew set two sets of three concrete girders for the new Route T bridge over the Bourbeuse … more
Wesley Eubanks applauds Friday as his Owensville High School classmate Jazz Marquez is named queen of the “Lights Camera Action” fall homecoming festivities at Dutchmen Field. Looking on … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County Treasurer Mike Feagan is hoping September’s balance sheet amounts to only a bump in the road as county officials prepare to cobble together an operating budget … more
During a Sept. 16 meeting at the Gasconade County R-2 Administration Building, the board of education chose not to take any action in the 2019-20 calendar to reflect the passage of Senate Bill 743 … more
Crown Power & Equipment closed Oct. 1 on the purchase of Schaeperkoetter  Sales & Service, Co., in Mt. Sterling, and  Brian Schaeperkoetter’s Kubota of the Ozarks store in … more
The Gasconade County Commission met at the courthouse. Present were Presiding Commissioner Larry Miskel, Southern District Commissioner Jerry Lairmore, Northern District Commissioner Jim Holland. more
Gasconade County health officials will be reaching out to administrators of the R-1 and R-2 school districts to form a partnership to educate students about the dangers of electronic cigarettes and … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo., — In light of the Sept. 26 whistleblower news concerning President Donald Trump’s conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about former Vice President … more
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