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Owensville Public Works employees began work Monday on a water line replacement project which will cover an estimated 2,200 linear feet across six blocks stretching from Highway 28 and Fifth Street, … more
PACIFIC — Adjusting to a new offense. That is what Nathan Cabot’s Owensville Dutchmen did Friday night closing the September portion on the road against Paul Day’s Pacific … more
Eight games in nine days. That is what greeted Hannah Koppelmann’s Owensville Dutchgirl softball team to close out the month of September. That stretch began on Tuesday, Sept. 20 with a … more
Owensville aldermen are scheduled to meet in a special session at 6 p.m. tonight (Wednesday) for discussion on two topics including a request for a private water well on the Krooked Moon property and … more
Cletus Rademacher, Worshipful Master of the Owensville Masonic Lodge, helps load out 197 winter coats purchased from Walmart on Monday as part of the lodge’s project with the Masonic Home of … more
Bob McKee, whose contribution to community journalism in the Owensville area spanned more than 45 years working for the Warden Publishing family, died peacefully Sept. 14 at his “west … more
Matt Kramme was sworn in Monday as a Ward 2 Owensville alderman by City Clerk Peggy Farrell. Kramme replaces Rob Borgmann who resigned Sept. 6 since he has moved into Ward 1. Borgmann served 15 and a … more
The son of a former St. Louis Blues hockey player, and commander of a Navy SEALS unit in Iraq, was the Aug. 21 recipient of an M1 Garand rifle presented by the Owensville Gun Club’s M1 for Vets … more
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6133 in Owensville held its first Patriot’s Day carry-in dinner on Sunday to honor the men and women who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 during the fall of the … more
OWENSVILLE — After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, Gasconade County Soil and Water kicked off the 2022 OMG AgriPride Women in Ag event at the White Mule Winery on Sept. 8 with 221 women in … more
National Park Service and Missouri State Parks planning personnel toured scenes along 24 miles of the proposed Rock Island Trail’s eastern section this past week, gathering information to help … more
Owensville aldermen in a Tuesday session after the Monday Labor Day holiday set the city’s operating tax levy for fiscal year 2022-23 at a fraction over 80 cents per $100 of assessed … more
Owensville Mayor John Kamler signs a proclamation Sept. 1 commemorating the 75th anniversary of the founding on May 8, 1947, of the Owensville Lions Club. Owensville Lions will celebrate their 75th … more
The Owensville Lions Club donated $2,000 to Gasconade County R-2 School District to assist in purchasing coats for students in need. Jean Baker, an R-2 Board of Education member and a member of … more
Gasconade County’s two largest municipalities have requested changes to an intergovernmental agreement related to the voter approved law enforcement sales tax which will hopefully eliminate any … more
Law Enforcement Sales Tax distribution by municipality Gasconade County is scheduled to distribute a “proportionate share of 25 percent” of the revenue from the voter-approved … more
City Administrator Randy Blaske shared his concerns Aug. 15 when Owensville aldermen were tasked with approving an intergovernmental agreement that Gasconade County municipalities were asked to sign … more
National Parks Service (NPS) is hosting an interactive Rock Island Trail meeting from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 31 at the American Legion Hall in Rosebud to discuss ideas that will make the local former … more
Owensville Senior Center’s meal programs received support this month from a benefit meal and auctions held at Seasons of Faith church on Aug. 18 and a donation from Three Rivers Electric … more
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