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HERMANN — All Gasconade County government offices will follow the lead of the Circuit Court and require all people entering the courthouse to wear masks and have their temperature checked … more
HERMANN — All the way to the bone. That’s where Gasconade County officeholders took their budget knives last week after being sent back to the drawing board by the County Commission, … more
BY ROXIE MURPHY Republican Staff Writer   Missouri Rock Island Trail, Inc., (MoRIT) received a $20,000 grant Feb. 4 from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s … more
A vote to proceed with a proposal closing Springfield Road and a portion of Industrial Drive to accommodate an LSC Communications expansion could come as early as Thursday, according to Mayor John … more
If you were looking at Facebook Monday evening, a Belle mother’s plea for the return of her missing child appeared in local news feeds. The Facebook page “Belle Missouri … more
Citing an estimated cost savings of $96,000, the city’s public works director on Monday pitched a street renovation project to Owensville aldermen in a budget committee setting. Jeff Kuhne … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County voters on June 2 might feel like they’re in a grocery store rather than a polling place, finding themselves separated from the election judges by a large piece … more
Concerned about a lack of information for services for which they are being billed, Gasconade County administrators are scheduled today (Wednesday) to meet with directors of the county’s … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, who has announced his candidacy to run for election in 2020, invited the press to the Capitol Jan. 30, followed by lunch at the Governor’s … more
Gasconade County R-2 officials changed the 2020 commencement date no less than four times in 24 hours since the May 18 meeting. The district is attempting to schedule the event outdoors with rainout … more
In a move that left city officials stunned, 20th Judicial Senior Judge Gael D. Wood ruled in favor of Bull Moose Tube Co. (BMT) in their lawsuit against the City of Gerald. In early 2018, the … more
Local resident Marilyn Rademacher was able to walk away from her late model SUV on Friday after loosing control on a rain slickened road on her way home. Heavy rains at the time of the accident … more
The Gasconade County R-2 School District has finally reached the conclusion of what should have been the scheduled conclusion of the 2019-20 term, minus the May 17 graduation and May 20 … more
Ward 1 Alderman Angela Koepke is the aldermanic representative to the Parks Commission. She is tasked with forwarding information to the other aldermen concerning that commission. When the … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Auditor Nicole Galloway, who is running for governor against incumbent Gov. Mike Parson in 2020, addressed the press Jan. 30 at the Capitol. “I take my role as an … more
OWENSVILLE — Owensville Senior Center recently underwent a remodel during the novel coronavirus COVID-19 closure, according to Sharon Nowack, center administrator and head cook, while … more
The Gerald Venturing Crew were up to their good deeds again this weekend in Gerald. Four members met at Tina’s Treasures to install a blessing box. These boxes are springing up around the … more
Two 65-year-old bridges in need of replacement will require the closure of two roadways in Gasconade and Osage counties in the coming months, according to the Missouri Department of … more
A man driving a 2005 Yukon Denali along the Rock Island rail bed near Route Y without running lights at 10:17 p.m. May 11 was arrested by Owensville police and later charged with felony resisting … more
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