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As of Monday, driver testing services resumed for written and skills testing of all classes, including Class F (operator’s) skills testing, at 12 of the 14 driver examination stations within … more
At their May 7 meeting, the New Haven Community Youth Fair Board voted 11- 5 to cancel the 2020 event. The board had been monitoring the social distancing guidelines and government regulations … more
Patrick Tarr, 29, a North St. Louis County truck driver for Werner, on May 5 explains to Missouri State Highway Patrol Cpl. Coby Holzschuh how he made a sharp right-hand turn onto Morre Road while … more
Those looking forward to the annual Gasconade County Threshers Show in July will have to wait until the fall. That is because the Gasconade County Threshers Association (GCTA) decided to postpone … more
Owensville aldermen on Monday tabled plans to rescind an ordinance adopted  April 30, replacing it with an updated version, but will now — hopefully — adopt a revised document next … more
HERMANN — It appears there are more questions than answers awaiting Gasconade County government and Circuit Court administrators when the courts reopen on May 18 in the midst of the coronavirus … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County government’s top official is looking to tamp down a myth that county government is enjoying a windfall of cash because of the coronavirus … more
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker continues to issue daily updates on the COVID-19 outbreak in Franklin County. In the last seven days, five new active cases, 17 recovered and … more
The East Central College Art Gallery may be closed, but that didn’t prevent the art department from showcasing students’ work. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and closure of the ECC campus … more
BELLE — Tri-County Newspapers — The Belle Banner, Bland Courier and Maries County Gazette — reverted ownership on May 1 from Craig and Nichoel Snodgrass, CNS Holdings, LLC, back to … more
It’s been more than 42 years since Joe Lonigro walked into the grocery store he had just purchased and didn’t know how to turn on lights. Since that time, the Lonigro family has built a … more
Although Gov. Mike Parson has allowed some businesses to reopen with Phase 1 of the Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan, restrictions on park facilities in the city of Owensville will remain in place until … more
An Owensville man with an extensive criminal history is charged with stabbing a Rolling Home Park resident in the abdomen with a pocket knife. Tyler A. Fryer, 27, is jailed in Crawford County … more
Scenic Regional Library will remain closed through the first phase of Gov. Mike Parson’s recovery plan announced this week but will offer curbside service at all branches beginning Monday, May … more
HERMANN — While the statewide stay-at-home order was lifted Monday morning and businesses could resume operations subject to some restrictions, Gasconade County government is opting to follow … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County government will be receiving more than $1.7 million for its efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic. However, because relatively little has been spent to fight the … more
Owensville aldermen in a special virtual Zoom meeting Thursday voted unanimously to vacate the northern end of Springfield Road and the western end of Industrial Drive to accommodate a plant … more
Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker has announced Franklin County will receive $12,197,404 in aid from the Federal Cares Act. The money was allocated through the Missouri State Treasurer’s … more
While normally held the first Tuesday of April, the 2020 Municipal Election fell victim to the coronavirus. With social distancing requirements put into place in late March, there was not enough time … 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
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