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Two pit bulls were shot by a Gerald police officer after exhibiting threatening behavior toward two people and attacking another dog.   According to Gerald Police Chief Jim Helton, a … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri’s low national vaccination ranking and discrepancies between geographic areas and vulnerable populations were among the concerns raised by lawmakers during a … more
For the fourth consecutive week, new cases of the COVID-19 virus have decreased in Gasconade County. “The number of new COVID-19 diagnosis per week decreased substantially for the fourth … more
James Cook of Sullivan, formerly of Owensville and Steelville, was working as a MetroLink security officer at the Delmar Loop MetroLink station Jan. 31 when he was shot and killed. He leaves … more
Both Gerald-Rosebud and Beaufort-Leslie fire departments responded to a call at an apartment at 105 N. Main in Gerald Friday morning.  A woman who resides in the apartment said a burning … more
The Franklin County Health Department (FCHD) held its first vaccine clinic for the general public Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Municipal Auditorium in Union. Presiding Commissioner reports that a total … more
HERMANN — Not only did the various departments of Gasconade County government do well in the 2021 operating budget, so, too, did the elected heads of those departments. Thanks to the growth in … more
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft on Jan. 28 told Missouri Press  Association reporters that he believes local, state and federal elections should be run by states and not standardized across the … more
As Gasconade County’s COVID-19 infection rate decreased for a third consecutive week, three larger-scale vaccination events were held over a six-day period last week. “The number of … more
  Both Gerald-Rosebud and Beaufort-Leslie fire departments responded to a call at an apartment at 105 N. Main in Gerald Friday morning.  A woman who resides in the apartment said a … more
Hermann Area District Hospital is offering appointment-only vaccinations on Saturday and Sunday in the fight against the COVID-19 virus. Hermann Area District Hospital and the hospital’s … more
Shotwell Road, just east of the Gerald city limits, will be closed this week to all traffic, including emergency vehicles. The Franklin County Health Department closed the road Monday, Jan. 25 for … more
Bryan K. Meyer, 48, of Gerald has been charged with fourth degree domestic assault and unlawful use of a weapon as the result of an incident Saturday, Jan. 16. Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton … more
“At close of business Jan. 28, all nursing home residents and staff wishing to be vaccinated will have their first dose (of the COVID-19 vaccine) administered,” says Franklin County … more
The Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education wasted no time in hiring Staci Lynn Johnson of Lake Ozark, Mo., as the district’s 2021-22 assistant superintendent, replacing Dr. Jeri Kay Hardy who … more
For the first time since October, Gasconade County is not in the highest risk category for COVID-19 exposures, according to Dr. Michael Rothermich with Hermann Area District Hospital. “The … more
HERMANN — Less than a month into the job, Gasconade County Coroner Jeff Arnold last week filed a list of concerns with the County Commission ranging from what he sees as low pay to the need for … more
Owensville Walmart store No. 0354 began its 15-year remodel this week, according to store manager Glenn Ely. “We are touching everything in the building,” Ely said Tuesday about the … more
Christopher R. Grant, 38, Sullivan, remains jailed in Franklin County following a police pursuit Saturday which began in Owensville and ended with him crashing on Highway 28 near … more
Ice, heavy rain and high winds have combined to cause limbs to drop all over town. When one tree came down on West Sixth Street, it managed to land on a vehicle and hit a house. It appears the SUV … more
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