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Lonigro’s Supermarket is open, stocked and busier than ever. This is thanks in part to Larry Lonigro and his staff wasting no time in putting into place procedures to keep the public healthy … more
A man is dead following a shoot out with Franklin County deputies. The incident began when a Franklin County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop a blue 2007 Honda CRV near I-44 and U.S. … more
Drury University students were recently informed that changes are taking place in order to "stem the tide and stop the spread of COVID-19," following Governor Mike Paron's new social-distancing order … more
JEFFERSON CITY—Saturday, Governor Mike Parson announced he was directing DHSS Director Dr. Randall Williams to utilize the authority granted to him by statute to order everyone in the State of … more
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has closed its regional offices, Department headquarters in Jefferson City and all other public contact offices around the state … more
 JEFFERSON CITY – Beginning Tuesday, March 24 Capital Region Medical Center will offer drive-thru testing to patients who have a physician’s order to be tested for COVID-19. The … more
As of 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, the Franklin County Commission has declared a state of emergency in Franklin County. This is an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The declaration … more
In an effort to keep COVID-19 from spreading in public places, the Franklin County Commission, along with neighboring counties to the east are closing restaurants and bars, except for carry out … more
Arianna Trentmann, Rylan Price, Jillian Pauk, and Madison Fitzgerald (above) all had their artwork selected to be on display in the Capitol’s rotunda in Jefferson City this month. The Young … more
Larry Lonigro, owner of Lonigro’s Supermarket in Gerald, is going the extra mile to ensure the health and safety of his customers. A plan is already in place to provide shoppers with the most … more
HERMANN — Just over 20 percent of Gasconade County’s registered voters turned out last Tuesday to cast a ballot in the Presidential Primary. The unofficial turnout was put at 20.66 … more
Health agency officials in Gasconade County say thus far the coronavirus outbreak has bypassed local residents, but its potential effect has prompted a spate of meetings to plan for what could be a … more
Restaurants and bars in Franklin County were ordered closed as of midnight Tuesday by commissioners there. This follows similar action in the St. Louis region and all of Illinois earlier this … more
Missouri’s Supreme Court on Monday ordered the immediate suspension of all in-person proceedings of appellate and circuit courts through Friday, April 3. The Supreme Court’s ruling … more
Cancellation announcements pertaining to the coronavirus threat continued to arrive throughout the day Monday and into Tuesday afternoon from regional schools, libraries, government agencies, … more
Dr. Chuck Garner, superintendent of the Gasconade County R-2 School District on Monday evening released a letter being sent to all families with children in the Owensville and Gerald … more
Gasconade County R-2 students will have an extended Spring Break starting today, March 18, through April 3 to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Students were released from … more
All Scenic Regional Library branches will suspend all outreach, programming, events, and public meeting room use, effective Saturday, March 14, as a precaution to prevent the spread of … more
Art’s Sports and Liquor in Gerald is preparing to make a move a few blocks west of the current location at 8 E. Fitzgerald. Crews are currently at work upgrading the parking area and concrete … more
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