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Gasconade County’s two state representatives have received their committee appointments during the House’s brief and COVID-abbreviated opening week of the 101st General Assembly. State … more
HERMANN — The response from CenturyLink was one that Gasconade County Collector Shawn Schlottach no doubt has heard countless times: The check is in the mail — somewhere. Schlottach … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County administrators hope they have headed off what has become a long-standing fiscal headache in a county government agency — the accrual of compensatory time by … 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
This week the Franklin County Health Department (FCHD) has added probable cases/deaths to their daily reports. These probable cases/deaths have not been confirmed by molecular tests. They are added … more
Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 5 p.m. the deadline came to sign up as a candidate for the municipal election in April. Two men threw their hat into the ring this week.  Brad Landwehr, 1216 S. … more
At last Thursday’s Gerald Board of Alderman meeting, Ward 1 Alderman Angela Koepke spoke out against the city attorney’s latest bill for $2,247.50. The charges on the bill apparently … more
There was nothing normal about the fall term at Owensville High School, conducted under pandemic conditions, with activities greatly altered. For drama department students, their chance to … more
Owensville’s Board of Aldermen begins 2021 taking care of a what was potential public health problem — first addressed back in 2012 — which, to date, has cost the city more than … more
HERMANN — The process of cobbling this year’s budget for Gasconade County government is a much more enjoyable endeavor for officials than it was a year ago, even as the coronavirus … more
The new bus lane in front of Gerald Elementary School is inching closer to completion. This week, a crew from James Custom Flatwork began the process of pouring concrete from Wieberg Red-E-Mix into … more
When city officials met Dec. 29 to approve the 2021 budget, Public Works Director Nick Grube had some grim news for them. The pump in well #4 was no longer working and would need to be repaired or … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Bruce Sassmann officially began his service as state representative for the 62nd District after being sworn in during a Jan. 6 ceremony in the Missouri State … more
BLAND — Bland aldermen learned Dec. 14 that after nearly five years of trying to replace the city’s water infrastructure, they have to find a way to drop $519,000 from the project — … more
Two Hermann-area residents have confirmed the man shot to death in his duplex in Hermann on Dec. 12 was Alfonse Falco. One told an intermediary for The Republican that Falco, who was a chef at … more
A public information meeting held on Jan. 4 at the John L. Baxter Administration Building in Bland was meant to discuss why a half-cent sales tax on the April ballot is needed to fund the Bland … more
HERMANN — Thirteen requests for a share of Gasconade County’s remaining CARES Act funding were granted last Wednesday by the County Commission, acting on the final day allowed to either … more
A request from the city of Owensville for $26,690 in Gasconade County CARES Act funding reimbursement is in the “short stack” of applications that could be acted on should the county be … more
HERMANN — The Gasconade County Courthouse has returned to Phase 2 in its efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Under Phase 2, a deputy sheriff will be stationed at the main entrance … more
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