34 results total, viewing 1 - 20
The Missouri General Assembly on May 6 approved SB 3020, but withheld all $69 million from the development of the new Rock Island Trail State Park. Rep. Bruce Sassmann, (R), Bland, 62nd District, … more
Owensville Police Department staff and friends hosted an Easter egg hunt for three age divisions Saturday at Memorial Park.  more
Both tractor-trailer drivers involved in a “high impact” crash Monday morning on a Kansas roadway outside Wichita died, the Butler County Sheriff’s patrol has … more
Smoke billows Monday afternoon from an old silo on the David York property off Route EE. A tree stump behind the barn, reportedly struck by lightning several days ago, apparently ignited due to windy … more
An effort to sell off the city’s former power plant on the corner of Marvin and  Cuba took another step forward Monday with the sale of 21 surplus transformers through the sealed-bid … more
OWENSVILLE MIddle School Principal Teresa Schulte (far left) presents certificate of achievement awards Monday to students Zachariah Barch, Christopher Allen, and Lainey Moss as winners of the 2022 … more
The ceiling was raised last year to accommodate its height and the Manroland press acquired for the Owensville’s Lakeside Book Company plant was rolling on full throttle this past … more
Owensville High School senior Caden Binkhoelter catches his breath Feb. 16 after being named the winner of the $10,000 Gasconade County Math and Science Scholarship awarded by the Gerald Ebker … more
A Sullivan man who drove off of Route P early Monday afternoon traveled an estimated 150 yards through a cedar grove before the car came to a stop. And it appears he may have done so … more
Save A Lot owners Joe and Lisa Lonigro announced the sale of their business to G&W Stores group In a recent post on Facebook. The post lists the last day of business for Save A Lot as this … more
Local and state officials from Owensville, Bland, Belle, Rosebud and Gerald  were invited to a Jan. 20 Rock Island Trail assessment meeting to visit with Missouri Department of Natural Resources … more
HERMANN — Sheriff Scott Eiler acknowledges that recent comments by Owensville Mayor John Kamler might make his task harder to win approval of a half-cent sales tax for law enforcement, but he … more
A man called a “thorn” in the Owensville Police Department’s side for months is in custody following his arrest Jan. 12 on a felony, no-bond Probation and Parole warrant. Daniel … more
Owensville aldermen on Monday approved paying $30,000 of the $33,000 being withheld on the police station construction contract with Lawlor Construction which has agreed to replace a cracked window … more
Owensville Elementary School students help load out boxes of donated food stocks Friday morning for the 2021 Operation Christmas project of Helping Hands Outreach Center. A first sort of items was … more
A mobile home fire south of Owensville on Thanksgiving morning resulted in 71 year-old Wendell Forrester and his five dogs being homeless for the holidays. Forrester lives in the 3000 block of … more
Defense wins championships. That old adage proved true Friday night for Nathan Cabot’s Owensville Dutchmen football team in the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) … more
Owners of Pioneer Industries, which includes the home center and truss plant in Owensville, have signed a letter of intent to sell their business to Ambassador Supply out of Fort Wayne, … more
Owensville’s first trunk-or-treat in two years was greeted by cold, wind and a fine rain on Friday. Many of the over 30 trunks used canopies to say somewhat dry for the youngsters. The bad … more
A “Blue Lives Matter” flag display flies Monday in front of the new Owensville police station building along Highway 28 West as city officials and Owensville Chamber of Commerce members … more
1 | 2 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.