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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
HERMANN — With Gasconade County remaining fortunate in largely avoiding the coronavirus outbreak, the county’s top administrator last Thursday endorsed the stay-at-home order issued days … more
Owensville police are accepting cash donations for one of their fellow patrolmen whose family lost their Rolla residence and possessions Thursday in an early-morning fire. Policeman Troy Ebeling … more
A Gerald woman who is a nurse in an intensive care unit (ICU) shares her experience treating novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients and information she feels is good, but misunderstood. The woman, … more
The Gasconade County Fair Board Association met Thursday night with city and county emergency officials before deciding on a 22-5 vote to cancel the 2020 Gasconade County Fair. Fair Board … more
Following March 5 interviews to replace Gerald Elementary School (GES) Principal Jennifer Hall, the Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education hired Jared Tharp with a 6-0 vote. “Upon accepting … more
Most mornings, Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker releases a graph showing COVID-19 statistics for Franklin County. Over the weekend, the information in these charts has changed. The charts no longer … more
HERMANN — Three weeks after adopting a strict set of protocols to protect the courthouse against the coronavirus, the Gasconade County Commission has relaxed its rules, keeping in line with the … more
When a Franklin County Honor Flight lifts off April 1 from St. Louis, all 25 participating veterans will fly free with funds raised over the past four years by the Gasconade Timing Association … more
After school buildings were ordered closed, the staff at Gerald Elementary School went into overdrive to find ways to help students during the COVID-19 crisis. Principal Jennifer Hall has … more
Owensville High School (OHS) Principal Kris Altemeyer announced Thursday afternoon in a letter sent to parents, students, staff and community members that while OHS graduation will continue as … more
Luke Lonigro, manager at Lonigro’s Supermarket in Gerald, told The Republican that a new app will soon be available for customers to shop and pay for groceries on their phone. He hopes the new … more
During the April 20 Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Dr. Chuck Garner told directors that the district’s financial health is uncertain and they may need to borrow … more
Four cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 were reported in Gasconade County since Thursday, according to health department officials. All four cases were associated with travel outside of the … 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
As testing for COVID-19 ramps up, so the number of confirmed positive cases in Franklin County. Last Tuesday, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (MDHSS) reported 1,327 positive … more
A potential land swap between the city of Owensville and a local landowner would keep Springfield Road open and allow LSC Communications to expand its printing plant as proposed. Owensville … more
Greg Laura, the county’s health director, made the following statement addressing Gasconade County Fair Association members Thursday. “We don’t want someone coming here … more
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