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Corey Novotney, 29, was sworn in as the new Ward 2 Alderman at a special meeting of the board of alderman held Thursday, July 16. He will be filling a spot left open by the resignation of Kent … 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
All Scenic Regional Library branches will suspend all outreach, programming, events, and public meeting room use, effective Saturday, March 14, as a precaution to prevent the spread of … more
Earlier this month, the Union branch of Scenic Regional Library closed the doors of the building just off U. S. Highway 50 and began the move to their brand new building. They left behind lots of … more
A final decision on holding the 2020 Gasconade Count Fair is expected June 18 when Fair Association members hold a special meeting the Exhibition Hall at Memorial Park in Owensville. The Fair … more
Two-year-old Truett Palmer will be the beneficiary of a fund raising cruise-in to be held by Yesterday’s Cruisers Car Club, Sunday, Sept. 15. All money raised by events held throughout the day … more
Chad A. Faulkner, 28, and Cody Faulkner, 30, of Belle, both charged with arson, were arrested Dec. 26 and released Dec. 27 on their own recognizance following a Dec. 19 fire at the younger … more
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