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A vagrancy call to Rosebud police earlier this month resulted in the arrest of a St. Louis man on multiple outstanding felony warrants from the St. Louis region. Rosebud Police Chief Mason … more
Last Tuesday, Nov. 5, the city of Gerald filed an appeal in a judgement made against them in the 20th Circuit Court. The judgement was a result of a lawsuit filed by Bull Moose Tube, Co. (BMT) … more
Gasconade County residents and property owners should have received their 2019 tax statements this past week. Residents of Owensville and those Gasconade County residents with property in  … more
An investigation into an apparent bullying incident on the Owensville Middle School playground, viewed on a video recording which began circulating late Nov. 6, continues this week, according to R-2 … more
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow seems to be the theme song for most of our district at the moment, so the U.S. Postal Service is asking our customers to help our letter carriers deliver your … more
Workers at Certified Auto Repair, on W. Fifth Street, noticed a vehicle missing from their lot Thursday morning, Oct. 31. Police Chief Jim Helton says that after reviewing security video, he felt … more
The city of Gerald has accumulated a huge financial obligation to the firm representing its interest, Cunningham, Vogel and Rost, of St. Louis. Much of the debt was accrued in a legal fight with … more
ST. JAMES — E. Louise Baker of Owensville was honored Oct. 24 during Meramec Regional Planning Commission’s (MRPC) annual dinner held this year at the Stonebrooke Center in … more
JEFFERSON CITY — To reflect estimated changes in the wholesale cost of natural gas as well as a change in the company’s Actual Cost Adjustment (ACA) factor, natural gas customers of Union … more
JEFFERSON CITY— Missouri’s Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule, designed to help customers with heat-related utility bills, went into effect Nov. 1. The rule will remain … more
HERMANN — Faster Internet service at a lower price — with most if not all county government offices connected to the same system — was the pitch made Thursday to the Gasconade … more
A Belle woman received serious upper leg and head injuries in a nearly head-on crash at 2:40 p.m. Friday in front of New Hope United Methodist Church on Highway 28 west of Owensville. Shanae L. … more
TEA, Mo., — Pending results of a toxicology report following an autopsy conducted last week on Bernard F. Mahacek, 77, of Rosebud, the county’s coroner expects the cause of death to be … more
HERMANN — A substantial change to a county government office is being considered by the Gasconade County Commission, a move that could put the administrators at odds with the Sheriff’s … more
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