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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
Sheriff’s deputies from Gasconade and Franklin counties teamed last week to recover a stolen RV and a lawnmower taken, apparently, in separate incidents which ended up being connected with a … more
Public Works Director Nick Grube had already received approval from aldermen to resurface several streets.  West Springfield Avenue, South Pine Street and Bittersweet Drive were the major … more
Home buyers and rental property owners in Owensville will be required to have their residential properties inspected and an occupancy permit issued before the dwelling may be inhabited. The … more
Missouri Rock Island Trail, Inc. (MoRIT) Executive Director Greg Harris sees Gov. Michael L. Parson’s July 10 signing of the Rock Island State Park Endowment Fund as a positive step forward. … more
Adriene Aubuchon will crown her successor as Gasconade County Fair queen on the evening of Wednesday, July 24, when the 72nd annual celebration opens. Opening ceremonies begin at 6 p.m. with the … more
Gasconade County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 4600 block of Elk Head Road on July 7 for a reported death. Mark Marino, 41, Bland, apparently died from natural causes, Sheriff John … more
Owensville police have forwarded 12 burglary charges to Franklin County juvenile authorities in connection with a string of thefts and property damage at a former concrete plant and a Fair … more
The next time Ashton Blake Cook, 21, is told to “please stand up” it will be this morning for his scheduled arraignment on two felony charges before Associate Circuit Judge Ada … more
Police believe an Owensville man may have experienced a medical emergency Tuesday morning after he hit a Memorial Park utility pole, then spun out in reverse attempting to free his truck, before … more
A Bland woman charged with shooting her step-father to death in late 2018 has had her probation from a May 2018 guilty plea to possession of a controlled substance revoked. Brooke A. Buddemeyer … more
A St. Louis construction firm was expected to begin work at 6 a.m. today (July 10) replacing the 1958 Route T bridge over the Bourbeuse River in a $1.5 million project which will close the roadway … more
With “love on our hearts” on Saturday evening, Rosebud Mayor Shannon Grus posthumously named John Derick McCurry as the community’s Citizen of the Year as she presented the honor to … more
In 2012 voters in Gerald approved a 1-cent increase in sales tax to help fund street repairs. This increase was somewhat offset by a reduction in property taxes.  The tax increase is … more
While many were enjoying the Fourth of July extended holiday weekend, members of the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department spent their time off working. On Saturday, they assisted the Gerald Area … more
The Gerald Rosebud Fire Department was called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident, with entrapment, on State Route ZZ Monday evening. Tpr. J. M. Langley, with Troop C of the Missouri State … more
When the Gerald Area Ambulance District (GAAD) moved to their new building, the building they vacated was put up for sale.  The property was originally part of an entire city block owned by … more
City Engineer Terris Cates broke some bad news to the Board of Aldermen at their June 13 meeting. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources would require the city to install a disinfecting system … more
Owensville Elementary School (OES) Principal Scott Davidson asked the Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education June 24 to approve a child dutchman mascot and allow him to upload it to Jostens’ … more
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