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Bulk trash pick up will be Tuesday June 8, for most Gerald residents (Monday, June 7 for those living on Canaan Road). Each household can set out two bulk items or a maximum of six bags. of … more
Sheriff Steve Pelton has confirmed that a body found by searchers was Jamie Jost-Hammock.  Jost-Hammock was reported missing after she walked away from a residence in the area May 18, just … more
Michael Lowes spent his Memorial Day weekend completing his Eagle Scout project: building a protective covering around the air conditioning units at Lions Hall.  The project was begun the … more
During the month of May, county officials have reported the deaths of seven people in Franklin County who are believed to have died to COVID-19.  The county now only releases COVID-19 … more
Bland aldermen held a meeting Thursday morning to sign off on the preliminary bond hearing that marks the beginning of the city’s infrastructure project. While the city’s long-time … more
Owensville Elementary staff on May 26 sent students off to summer vacation in grand style, waving and cheering as each bus departed.  Gasconade County R-2 School District retirees were … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County Emergency Management Director Clyde Zelch is becoming immersed in one of the less-enjoyable aspects of his job — updating the county’s flood-plain … more
HERMANN — In a move that might be considered an act of self-preservation as well as advancing early childhood education, the Gasconade County R-1 School District board has approved the start … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County administrators are having to wait a bit longer to find out just how much a new set of doors for the courthouse will cost, which means organizations seeking a share of … more
HERMANN — Most Gasconade countians casting votes in the Aug. 3 special election will be on the move, traveling to a new polling place to decide the fate of the proposed use tax for county … more
Asked Thursday what advice Gasconade County R-2 School District retirees had for their co-workers, Frank Brocato deadpanned, “Save your money,” prompting reactions from fellow employees … more
Gasconade R-2 Superintendent Dr. Chuck Garner told the board of education on May 18 that the end-of-the-year fund balance would increase from about 26 percent to 33 percent due to funds that will be … more
City engineer Terris Cates of Integrity Engineering, Inc. urged city officials, in their May meeting,to begin work in repairing the city’s two water towers.  Terris first sounded the … more
OWENSVILLE — Fair attendees will once again enjoy the tradition of the Gasconade County Fair, Wednesday, July 27 through Saturday, July 31. This year’s theme is “Celebrating … more
OWENSVILLE — Just one year after the COVID-19 pandemic caused the cancellation of the 73rd Annual Gasconade County Fair, the fair association is gearing up to give Gasconade County residents … more
Bruce J. Berger, Supreme Governor of the Loyal Order of Moose, was a guest of Lodge No. 878 in Owensville on Sunday morning as part of a five-city tour of Missouri. When Berger’s year as the … more
Gasconade County R-2 Board members on May 17 decided to delay a decision on whether the district should pay for all 1,800 students to have KidGuard insurance — which would provide basic … more
HERMANN — There was a bid for a painting job. There was a bid to build a low-water crossing. There were bids from banks looking to handle Gasconade County’s money. But there was no bid … more
Cheryl Altemeyer’s 44 and a half year career in banking ended Friday afternoon when Regions Bank closed its doors in Owensville for one final time.  “It’s absolutely … more
Only four new COVID-19 cases were confirmed this past week in Gasconade County and the 7-day PCR positivity rate was below 5 percent, according to Dr. Michael Rothermich, chief of staff at Hermann … more
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