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Two pit bulls were shot by a Gerald police officer after exhibiting threatening behavior toward two people and attacking another dog.   According to Gerald Police Chief Jim Helton, a … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri’s low national vaccination ranking and discrepancies between geographic areas and vulnerable populations were among the concerns raised by lawmakers during a … more
District’s Jan. 18 board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Chuck Garner noted that funds withheld from the district in the spring of 2020, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, had not yet been … more
At its regular monthly meeting last week, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approved a contract to rehabilitate two bridges in Gasconade and Maries counties.  Concrete … more
For the fourth consecutive week, new cases of the COVID-19 virus have decreased in Gasconade County. “The number of new COVID-19 diagnosis per week decreased substantially for the fourth … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County R-1 School District's new top administrator is making a move up the education administration ladder. Geoff Neill, who last week got the nod to succeed Scott Smith, … more
James Cook of Sullivan, formerly of Owensville and Steelville, was working as a MetroLink security officer at the Delmar Loop MetroLink station Jan. 31 when he was shot and killed. He leaves … more
HERMANN — Despite Punxatawney Phil’s forecast of six more weeks of winter, Gasconade County officials are looking ahead to the potential for severe spring weather as they push forward to … more
The Gerald Community Theatre group has been working to raise funds to purchase the old theater at 353 S. Main Street built in 1932.  So far, the group has been able to accumulate about … more
Both Gerald-Rosebud and Beaufort-Leslie fire departments responded to a call at an apartment at 105 N. Main in Gerald Friday morning.  A woman who resides in the apartment said a burning … more
Franklin County officials reported 219 new cases of COVID-19 this week plus another 60 probable cases. These numbers show a drop from last week’s new case total of 249, but an increase in … more
The Franklin County Health Department (FCHD) held its first vaccine clinic for the general public Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Municipal Auditorium in Union. Presiding Commissioner reports that a total … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Medicaid expansion will add $1.9 billion to the state budget in the coming fiscal year, with most of it paid for with federal funds and the rest from anticipated savings from a … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson proposed a well-funded 2022 state budget thanks to federal cash buoying pandemic-related revenue losses. Many of Parson’s budget priorities are … more
JEFFERSON CITY — In a session already marred by uncertainty about COVID-19 and vaccine rollout, Gov. Mike Parson used his Jan. 27 State of the State to reemphasize his dedication to education … more
HERMANN — More than two dozen members of the Hermann High School faculty are in a better position of helping youths facing a mental health challenge or crisis, thanks to a program presented by … more
Peaceful Valley residents and property owners have a chance to offer written comments on an application by the voter-approved Public Water Supply District No. 1 application for USDA grant funding for … more
Missourians who were mistakenly paid unemployment benefits by the state should be required to pay that money back, Gov. Mike Parson said Thursday. The Missouri Department of Labor told St. Louis … more
JEFFERSON CITY — As the economic fallout from COVID-19 continues to impact Missouri residents, state legislators are moving to quickly distribute hundreds of millions of dollars in federal aid … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson announced a new COVID-19 vaccination dashboard Thursday evening. The dashboard includes data from health care providers across the state and is expected to be … more
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