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A new concrete swale was installed Monday on Cedar Street where it intersects with Sixth Street. Pine Street will remain closed at that point until Friday, allowing the concrete time to cure. Sixth … more
Gerald’s Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) was summoned to a special meeting last Tuesday, July 30 to determine whether a marijuana grow facility met current criteria for location in the … more
BLAND — The Bland Corner Market at 201 W. Colorado Avenue, formerly owned by Jason and Megan Krause, was purchased by Tony Kottwitz and Greg Michael July 19 at the Gasconade County Courthouse … more
VIENNA — The Maries County Sheriff’s Office initiated its first ever AMBER Alert last Thursday afternoon at 3:38 p.m. after receiving a report that a pregnant woman and her baby had been … more
Deteriorated road conditions on several blocks of Owensville streets have prompted the city’s Public Works Department to undertake an extensive rebuilding project which includes digging out the … more
Inspection fees for Owensville’s occupancy permitting were lowered Monday by aldermen on the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Aldermen voted 3-0 to amend Chapter 400 of … more
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that they will be closing State Route H over the Bourbeuse River beginning Monday, Aug. 19.  The closing will allow rehabilitation of … more
The twin brother of an Owensville man charge recently with theft crimes in Gasconade County remains in custody of Washington County’s sheriff’s department for his alleged part in several … more
Representatives from the Owensville Lions Foundation, Walmart Store No. 354 of Owensville and the Owensville Athletic Association (OAA) gathered earlier this month for a photo at the Owensville Lions … more
Boeuff Presbyterian Church was founded 160 years ago, on June 12, 1859. Members selected last Sunday, July 28, to celebrate the event.  After worship, members and visitors were invited to a … more
Owensville police helped locate a wanted Gasconade County fugitive hiding in a residence in the 300 block of Springfield Road early Thursday morning.  Owensville Police Lt. Scott Griffith … more
A 90 year-old Friendship quilt made by members of the Bem community won a first place ribbon in the antique quilt category at the Gasconade County Fair. Nancy Miller inherited the quilt — … more
Owensville Planning and Zoning Commission members on Monday recommended setting a 750-foot “walking distance” between any potential medical marijuana dispensaries and churches, schools or … more
A 78-year-old man missing since Sunday evening in the heavily wooded Pigg Hollow area was located early Monday afternoon near the bottom of a steep hillside with relatively minor injuries. Alfred … more
An African Sulcata Tortoise was reported missing Thursday night by the petting zoo present at the 72nd annual Gasconade County Fair. A Zoo For You petting zoo was present at the fair and featured … more
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office has “Occupant with Special Needs” stickers available at the front desk of the Sheriff's Office during normal business hours. The stickers are … more
A two-vehicle accident closed down U. S. Highway 50 for a short while last Thursday, July 18. Officer Brandon McCulloch, with the Gerald Police says the accident occurred around 4 p.m. Michael … more
Gasconade R-2 Superintendent Dr. Chuck Garner said July 22 that a governor-approved bill will push the school start date back by four days to accommodate Missouri tourism, but may lead to forfeiting … more
A Bland man sentenced in 1991 to two consecutive life terms for a 1989 hay knife assault in an Owensville tavern is back in prison as of June 26 following a second set of felony charges filed against … more
Chris Klossner moves back from a steam engine’s fire box after stoking it during the 57th Gasconade County Threshers Association’s Steam Engine and Threshing Show. Temperatures in the … more
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