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Gasconade County’s Health Department on Tuesday announced it was adopting a modified contact tracing plan due to recent spikes in COVID-19 positive tests across the region and … more
Following the first week of initiating the Gasconade County R-2 School District’s mask mandate, administrators are becoming more comfortable with explaining what this new protocol will look … more
The Gerald Area Library is adding something new to their monthly used book sale. This Saturday, Nov. 21, there will be tables set up on their sidewalk filled with free stuff. Most of the items will … more
Gerald City Hall and the Gerald Police Department were closed last Thursday after three employees became ill. The Franklin County Sheriffs Department provided a police presence in the city of … more
Scouting for Food has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Boy Scouts had expected to pick up non-perishable foods from local residents this Saturday, Nov. 21. Instead, the scouts ask that … more
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker issued a frantic plea to county residents last week: “The virus is our enemy! This is war! Take personal responsibility … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson, the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) on Thursday announced modifications … more
Gasconade County R-2 School District administrators sent out a text message each day of classes since the last newspaper was published. Students in the Crawford County schools in Cuba have gone to … more
Bland alderman on Nov. 10 promoted appointed Marshal Dwayne Goodridge to a full-time police officer at his request, which gives him the availability to participate on the city’s insurance … more
JEFFERSON CITY — COVID-19 cases among members and staff of the Missouri Senate will force it to postpone consideration of an emergency spending bill and pandemic liability protection, Senate … more
Gasconade R-2 Board of Education directors Monday night voted to move forward with an optional change to COVID-19 guidelines that could reduce first-and second-contact quarantines in exchange for … more
HERMANN — What a difference a week can make. A week after Gasconade County administrators announced that about half of the $1.725-million CARES Act money allotted to the county was going … more
HERMANN — A surprisingly strong November sales tax check has Gasconade County government officials thinking what earlier this year was unthinkable — reaching the projected General Fund … more
Citing the “dramatic increases in new COVID cases and the testing positivity rate in the area,” Scenic Regional Library will be suspending several services across the system until further … more
HERMANN — Earlier this fall, the Gasconade County R-1 School District almost closed Hermann High School when more than 160 students were placed into quarantine. The district again came close to … more
HERMANN — After an absence that prompted concern among county residents, updates of coronavirus cases have returned to the Gasconade County Health Department’s website. But rather than … more
Disposable sanitary wipes are reportedly clogging Owensville sewer pumps, prompting the city’ public works director to ask residents to avoid flushing them down toilets. Jeff Kuhne told … more
HERMANN — Interim Sheriff Scott Eiler is taking steps to begin housing those awaiting trial in Osage County with the start of the new year. Eiler, who will begin his first full term as … more
In a unanimous vote Monday night, the Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education approved with a 7-0 vote the expansion of the district’s mask protocol — “requiring masks for all … more
Gerald City Hall has been closed indefinitely due to COVID-19 concerns. An alderman told the Republican that both the front part of City Hall and the police department have been closed and … more
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