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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
Bland aldermen are asking citizens to vote “yes” on Proposition 1 this April that would move the city marshal’s position from an elected one to an appointed one. The ballot … more
Owensville High School students on the homecoming court (above, in front, from left) include senior king and queen candidates Wyatt Jahnsen, Caitlyn Linders, Emma Jahnsen, Trevor Abernathy, Ben … more
Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton says that one of his deputies was coughed and spit on by a man claiming to have COVID-19. Pelton says the situation began at 9:42 p.m., May 17, when deputies … more
Due to a series of unfortunate events, John W. Kolditz, 85, of Gerald, was the first Franklin County death attributed to COVID-19. Jesse Bogan’s article, “‘Sheer Panic’: … more
The Gerald Board of Aldermen held a special meeting Monday, May 18, in order to pay bills which weren’t presented at a meeting held the previous Thursday, May 14. As he perused the list of … more
Members of Boeuff Presbyterian Church saved their pocket change for six months. A little bit of money each day from each member added up to $401.05. Representatives from the church donated the money … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson on June 4 took security measures to safeguard the election process and protect Missouri voters during COVID-19 by signing SB 631 into law. “Any … more
VIENNA — Maries County Circuit Judge William Hickle sentenced Tracy M. Ellis to 14 years in the Missouri … more
Back-to-back public hearings on two separate issues were held last Thursday at City Hall. At 6 p.m. the first hearing opened concerning changes in the city’s proposed amendment to its … more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – In a press conference today, Governor Mike Parson announced the launch of the state’s Clear the Air youth vaping awareness campaign to bring attention to the … more
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department, plus four other departments, responded to a barn fire in the 3000 block of Rosebud Road Sunday morning. According to Fire Chief Warren Weiss, property owner … more
A Gerald area man sustained an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound to his left thigh last Tuesday night after his .32 caliber pistol discharged inside an Owensville tavern. Owensville … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Governor Mike Parson has called for a special session beginning Sept. 9 that will run concurrently with veto session. The special session will focus on amending a state … more
BLAND — The Bland Board of Aldermen swore in re-elected members Monday night, minus one alderman. “We received the numbers back from the June 2 election,” said Clerk Carrie … more
A fire initially reported at 7:29 p.m. Monday at 208 North Second in Owensville was extinguished quickly by Owensville firemen. The long vacant “Boettcher” house now owned by John Paul … more
Tyler K. Bailey, 32, remains jailed as of Tuesday afternoon, his cash-only bond set at $50,000 on a Franklin County felony stalking warrant issued this past Wednesday morning. By Wednesday evening he … more
As Franklin County continues to document more Hepatitis A outbreaks, the Gasconade County Health Department (GCHD) is suggesting at-risk groups take precautions. Gasconade County Health … more
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