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HERMANN — Gasconade County taxpayers could be facing a strange cost associated with the effort to contain the coronavirus — unemployment benefits paid to county employees still … more
The Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education met Monday night at the Owensville Middle School library and discussed graduation, alternative celebrations and summer school plans. Board members were … more
Fire on April 16 which destroyed a weekend mobile home off of St. Paul Church Road near Bay was caused by a dehumidifier that had apparently been left the previous weekend, according to Owensville … more
Lonigro’s Supermarket held a Ribfest last Saturday, April 18. The event, which began at 10 a.m, had owner Larry Lonigro struggling to keep up with demand at 11 a.m. “I can’t believe … more
Tuesday morning Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker released statistics for COVID-19 cases in Franklin County. Brinker said four new cases had been discovered since Monday bringing the total of … more
A special meeting of Gerald’s Board of Alderman was called for last Thursday, April 16. Ward 2 Aldermen Ed Adams, board president, called the meeting to order with two other aldermen in … more
During their Tuesday morning meeting, the Franklin County Commissioners voted to maintain and extend the state of emergency orders for the county until May 15. Reported cases of COVID-19 in the … more
A passerby noticed smoke coming from a home in the 3000 block of Tegeler Road last Thursday, April  9. They stopped to notify the lone occupant of the single-story home, a 12-year-old boy. … more
Gasconade County Health Department officials are ending a stay at home order at 8 a.m. tomorrow (Thursday) “unless a decision is made to extend this date,” according to a release issued … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday announced that all Missouri public and charter school buildings will remain closed through the remainder of the academic year for the 914,875 … more
HERMANN — It is a bit of good news at a time when Gasconade County government officials can use some: sales tax revenue has increased, even as unemployment numbers grow amid the coronavirus … more
Osage County deputies on April 8 dealt with an incident that began in Gasconade County and ended in the woods near CR 725 north of Belle with the arrest of two adults, who had fled with their two … more
BELLE — Area superintendents are scrambling to determine what the remainder of the 2019-20 school year will look like following Gov. Mike Parson’s April 9 announcement that Missouri … more
A Missouri State Fire Marshal’s investigation into the cause of an early-morning fire Monday which destroyed the Gasconade County Fair Association’s dairy barn will remain … more
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