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The Board of Aldermen are expected to approve a request to vacate an alley that they will hear at their meeting Thursday, June 13. The request for vacation was signed by Tina Bauguess, owner of … more
Last Tuesday evening, Nov. 26, a blue 2003 Chevrolet Venture van was stolen from Fifth Street in Gerald. Gerald Police Chief Jim Helton says the van was left on the street while the owner went … more
Steve and Marsha Kamper’s son awoke late Thursday evening to the smell of smoke in their home in the 8100 block of Beemont Road. He alerted his father, who quickly got everyone out of the house … more
The Planning and Zoning Commission met Wednesday, Feb. 13. Visitors filled the room in anticipation of the commission’s ruling on whether or not to recommend a rezoning proposal by the Gerald … more
Owensville High School’s new baseball and softball field is taking shape as outfield grading work and installation of the turf infield are in progress this week. Brown infield turf was rolled … more
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy is a 12 week program designed to give participants an inside look at law enforcement. During the academy, students will meet weekly … more
The intersection of West Sears and First Street around Bogey’s Sports Bar was the scene Saturday of the Ozark Shrine Club’s final stop on a fund-raising passport run, a 51st birthday … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department has an Auxiliary group that was formed in December. There has not been an active auxiliary associated with the department in more than 10 years.  Carrie … more
Two area men who were both hospitalized for an extended period and nearly died, one with a serious illness and the other following a broken pelvis, spoke Friday about the care they received in … more
Dave Baylard, Owensville’s Municipal Court judge, hears a woman’s response in a payment review hearing during the Feb. 13 session at City Hall as city staff members Peggy Farrell, Bobbi … more
JEFFERSON CITY, MO – A Missouri woman in her mid-50s died this week with her death being associated with the use of e-cigarettes or vaping products. This is the second vaping-related death in … more
REDBIRD — Alan Trampe  is retiring a week from Thursday after 35 years of inspecting Missouri’s bridges for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). As a district … more
Although it wasn’t the “surprise”  it was supposed to be, Owensville Walmart Supercenter associate Cindy Staggs was happy to share the Nov. 6 announcement of her being one of … more
REDBIRD — Governor Michael L. Parson visited State Route B bridge over Clear Creek in Phelps County Feb. 14 in an attempt to share information on his “Focus On Bridges” campaign. … more
John Bunch, current Owensville Middle School physical education teacher, was approved Feb. 18 as Owensville High School (OHS) new assistant principal with a 5-0 vote from the school board. … more
By early December 1969 – exactly 10 years ago – Franklin County law enforcement authorities were still searching for clues to the identity of two submachine gun-wielding men who … more
A Franklin County Bicentennial Celebration Parade was held Sunday after on the courthouse square in Union. Groups from around the county participated. At least three groups from Gerald were part of … more
Professional movers from Cord empty out furniture May 29 from the Drake-Beemont Mutual Insurance Company’s office on First Street in Owensville. The firm, which had been renting office space … more
A Gerald woman seriously injured Oct. 9 in a U.S. 50 crash she caused was arrested and faces charges of possession of  under a gram of crystal methamphetamine, according to a Missouri State … more
When both the Missouri House of Representatives and Senate approved Senate Bill (SB) 196 on May 9, trail supports everywhere celebrated.  Greg Harris, Missouri Rock Island Trail, Inc., … more
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