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Owensville Municipal Court cases will be heard in Linn starting with tickets written by city police for the August docket. City Marshal Robert Rickerd said he was notified on June 9 by the … more
MARIES COUNTY — Human remains pulled from the Gasconade River on July 5 are thought to be a missing Crocker man, although they have not yet been positively identified according to Maries County … more
HERMANN — As the Gasconade County Road Department tries to stretch its coronavirus-depressed funding through the rest of the year and keep an adequate amount of gravel on the roads, county … more
To the Editor: The expression “a shining city on a hill,” which we generally associate with Ronald Reagan, was actually first used by John Winthrop in 1630 as he explained to his … more
Tim Baker, Franklin County Clerk and Election Authority, has issued an important reminder to county voters. Those residents of Franklin County that have not registered to vote and that wish to … more
As last Wednesday, June 24, began, there were 192 reported  cases of COVID-19 in Franklin County. By Tuesday, June 30, that number had grown to 205 cases. The Department of Health and Senior … more
Jennifer Hall, the principal at Gerald Elementary School since 2012, sat behind her desk for the last time Tuesday, June 30. Hall first walked through the doors of the school as a kindergarten … more
Chaney L Teague, 38, faces felony charges on allegation of driving while intoxicated and property damage after driving an acquaintance’s pickup truck through the front window at the Owensville … more
An Owensville couple was injured Friday afternoon when their 2006 Yamaha ATV went off Price Road and struck a ditch, overturning and ejecting them. Justin E. Faldon, 29, and his wife, Heather B. … more
Owensville Fire Department volunteers were scheduled to undergo training Tuesday evening on the administration of NARCAN, a proven and oftentimes life-saving treatment for opioid … more
“When we were born, some before 9/11 and some a couple of months after, our parents were worried about bringing new lives into the world, everything was changing — the economy, jobs … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County officials will get a financial health checkup next week as the County Clerk’s Office delivers its mid-year budget assessment, a review that’s likely to … more
Owensville Public Works employees have begun site preparations for the city’s new police station being constructed along Highway 28. Workers excavated a water retention structure and installed … more
Greg Laura, the county’s health director, made the following statement addressing Gasconade County Fair Association members Thursday. “We don’t want someone coming here … more
Four cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 were reported in Gasconade County since Thursday, according to health department officials. All four cases were associated with travel outside of the … more
HERMANN — Three weeks after adopting a strict set of protocols to protect the courthouse against the coronavirus, the Gasconade County Commission has relaxed its rules, keeping in line with the … more
The Gasconade County Fair Board Association met Thursday night with city and county emergency officials before deciding on a 22-5 vote to cancel the 2020 Gasconade County Fair. Fair Board … more
If Gasconade County Fair Association members Thursday had any thought of staging the 73rd annual fair next month, three minutes of comments by their president, Nick Baxter, likely changed their … more
High levels of chlorine in effluent from Owensville’s wastewater treatment plant, first detected in April through required monthly testing, appears to have been caused by the local efforts to … more
Last Thursday, June 18, Franklin County officials reported four new cases of COVID-19 in the county, and one of those included a 38-year-old woman from Gerald. When the county lists the location of … more
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