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Since Nov. 24, the Gasconade County R-2 School District has reported 12 staff members and one student COVID-19 positive cases, along with 22 students quarantined. On Tuesday, Nov. 24, when … more
The Franklin County Commission approved a mask mandate for the county last Thursday, Nov. 19. The mandate took effect at midnight, Friday, Nov. 20 and will be in effect until noon Dec. 20. The … more
A new police officer was hired at last week’s Board of Alderman meeting. The virtual meeting was held Tuesday, Nov. 15, via ZOOM. The meeting was originally scheduled as an in-person … more
On Friday, Nov. 20, Franklin County released statistics showing an additional 18 deaths in the county due to COVID-19. The last death reported by county before then was on Nov. 5 when eight deaths … more
East Central College has resources available for area residents to get help with the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) in multiple locations throughout the region. The ECC Adult Education and … more
A Franklin County Circuit Court judge awarded the Humane Society of Missouri (HSMO) custody of 55 dogs. The dogs were rescued last month from a substandard breeder in the county and were mostly … more
Larry, 78, has lived his life doing all the right things. He served in the Navy during the Viet Nam era, earned a business degree and then became one of Missouri’s first computer programmers. … more
Almost half a million customers of Missouri’s regulated utilities were behind on their bills in September, and 185,000 were working on payment plans to catch up with past-due accounts. That … more
A total of 178 responses came from residents in Maries, Gasconade and Osage counties of which 85 or 47.8 percent said a mask mandate should not go into effect; 81 or 45.5 percent said a mandate … more
An anonymous survey published Thursday afternoon on The Republican’s Facebook page about the Gasconade County R-2 board’s Nov. 16 decision to implement a mask mandate within the district … more
HERMANN — Christmas Tablescapes 2020 has been canceled, the Gasconade County Historical Society announced on Nov. 18. Concerns surrounding exponential spread of the coronavirus prompted the … more
Due to ongoing staffing shortages related to illnesses, COVID-19, and quarantines, all Scenic Regional Library branches will have new, reduced service hours beginning Monday, Nov 30. The new hours … more
Scenic Regional Library’s Board of Trustees on Nov. 17 voted unanimously, 13-0, requiring all patrons to wear face masks in their facilities. The new policy went into effect on Friday, Nov. … more
HERMANN — With a little more than a month left in his first year since returning at Gasconade County’s head of emergency management, Dan Dyer has submitted his resignation. Presiding … more
The Gasconade County Health Department will continue to assist places where COVID-19 outbreaks are more likely to occur, such as businesses, schools, and long-term care facilities. Contact tracing … more
Gasconade County’s Health Department on Tuesday announced it was adopting a modified contact tracing plan due to recent spikes in COVID-19 positive tests across the region and … more
Following the first week of initiating the Gasconade County R-2 School District’s mask mandate, administrators are becoming more comfortable with explaining what this new protocol will look … more
The Gerald Area Library is adding something new to their monthly used book sale. This Saturday, Nov. 21, there will be tables set up on their sidewalk filled with free stuff. Most of the items will … more
Gerald City Hall and the Gerald Police Department were closed last Thursday after three employees became ill. The Franklin County Sheriffs Department provided a police presence in the city of … more
Scouting for Food has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Boy Scouts had expected to pick up non-perishable foods from local residents this Saturday, Nov. 21. Instead, the scouts ask that … more
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