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An Owensville man known for delivering get-well cards — signed by hundreds sometimes — to area residents, or repairing salvaged bicycles then giving them to children in need, is the … more
Residents of Gasconade County and the surrounding area into fishing got some good news yesterday (Tuesday) from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). According to a press release issued … more
BELLE — Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman said multiple charges — on multiple people — are pending for allegedly setting fire to the Belle residence of Chad Faulkner. Heitman … more
VIENNA — The Vichy area woman who was charged with murder in the second degree for the death of her 13-year-old handicapped daughter, Ashlyn Ellis, who was home alone and could not get out of … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has redirected $18 million from other departments to cover the costs of personal protective equipment and other medical supplies that will be … 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
Two boys from St. Clair are dead after riding their bikes on a frozen pond Sunday. A drowning incident report filed by Tpr. D. C. Highley with Troop C of the Missouri State Highway Patrol does … more
Last Thursday, June 18, Franklin County officials reported four new cases of COVID-19 in the county, and one of those included a 38-year-old woman from Gerald. When the county lists the location of … more
BLAND — Three churches in the Bland have come together to form the non-profit Community Transformation Ministry group to help with crisis situations. Three of the four churches in the Bland … more
Owensville aldermen were holding a special closed session Tuesday evening as The Republican was going to press to discuss personal safety concerns of its employees during the new novel … 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
Tom Reed has turned his Krooked Moon bourbon distillation operation into a hand-sanitizer production to help with the battle against the new novel coronavirus. Reed said he is following the World … more
High levels of chlorine in effluent from Owensville’s wastewater treatment plant, first detected in April through required monthly testing, appears to have been caused by the local efforts to … more
Owensville city staff will apparently not be charging late fees, or making disconnections to water services due to the coronavirus pandemic. City Clerk Bobbi Limberg said the outgoing … more
If Gasconade County Fair Association members Thursday had any thought of staging the 73rd annual fair next month, three minutes of comments by their president, Nick Baxter, likely changed their … more
HERMANN — The search has begun for a new emergency management director for Gasconade County. Presiding Commissioner Larry Miskel, R-Hermann, announced the effort to find a successor to … more
The second-in-command of the Gasconade County Sheriff’s Department will become the county’s top cop later this month when Sheriff John Romanus returns to his former job outside of law … more
HERMANN — In what is shaping up as perhaps the quietest campaign season in local history, Gasconade County voters will face a choice of candidates for three county government offices — … more
Missouri workers making minimum wage will see their pay increase 85 cents an hour to $9.45 beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Hard-working Missourians will see another wage increase to ring in the new year, … more
Owensville police with help from United Parcel Service (UPS) investigators in Richmond, Va., managed to intercept a box of $18,000 in cash shipped overnight to a scammer who threatened an elderly … more
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