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HERMANN — Working shorthanded essentially all this year, the Gasconade County Sheriff's Department will again ask for enough funding for a 12-person staff. That’s according to Major … more
City officials voted to suspend the regular opening of the yard waste drop-off site through the winter. The site, located at the old east lagoon on Shotwell Road, was manned by a public works … more
In the last seven days, 363 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Franklin County. There were 494 new cases reported the previous week. This week in the Gerald area, eight new cases were reported, … more
Several candidates filed for office as the declaration for candidacy opened yesterday, Dec. 15, at 8 a.m. City Clerk Be Ahring reports that Annette Justus, 616 S. Cedar, was the first to file for … more
A new semi-circular driveway will provide many benefits to students and parents at Gerald Elementary School. Currently, parents drop students off at the west entrance of the building in the … more
HERMANN — As reported in last week’s paper, Gov. Mike Parson and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services have identified two key metrics that they feel counties should use … more
GREENWICH, Conn. — Atlas Holdings announced Friday morning it has completed its acquisition of substantially all of the assets of LSC Communications, Inc. (“LSC”), a North American … more
Gasconade County’s emergency 911 operations will transmit from a tower the agency is having built beside its Rosebud dispatching center after directors learned in June of a 450-percent increase … more
HERMANN — The Gasconade County Commission will go behind closed doors tomorrow morning to review the applicants for the post of emergency management director (EMD). Today is the last day to … more
Another $38,000-plus in CARES Act funding has been approved for County Coroner-elect Jeff Arnold to outfit a new truck that was previously approved to be purchased with funds originally designed to … more
Superintendent Dr. Chuck Garner announced Tuesday morning that the Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education has named the district’s assistant superintendent, Dr. Jeri Kay Hardy, to replace him … more
The Franklin County Health Department reported 14 additional deaths related to COVID-19 in Franklin County. The department does not release any information as to when the deaths actually occurred, … more
The Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce has been planning their annual Parade of Lights and visits with Santa for months. They were plagued with several questions. Could they pull off the event while … more
The Board of Aldermen unanimously adopting and enacting a new code of ordinances for the city. The vote was taken during a rescheduled city meeting held via Zoom Tuesday, Nov. 17. The city … more
The deaths of five more people in Franklin County have been attributed to COVID-19. An 81-year-old man from Labadie, a 58 year-old woman from Union, a 91-year-old man from Washington and two men ages … more
Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department responded to a 1:34 p.m. commercial first-alarm call at Newly Weds Food Monday afternoon in the 400 block of Flottmann Road.. According to Fire Chief Warren Weiss, … more
Gov. Mike Parson and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services recently identified two key metrics that they feel counties should use to determine the risk of COVID spread and to guide … more
Superintendent Dr. Chuck Garner on Nov. 16 told the Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education that the district received a clean audit from Catlett & Associates certified public … more
Owensville police said a tractor-trailer driver following a GPS route to a local warehouse pulled down a telephone line and an electric line around 4 p.m. Monday, cutting power to portions of the … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County’s Health Department warns of potential public COVID-19 exposures since Nov. 25 at three Hermann businesses and one in Owensville in the past week along with one … more
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