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A motorcyclists attempting to pass a group of westbound Highway 28 vehicle a mile west of the U.S. 50 junction on Friday evening ended up hitting the second vehicle in line of motorists heading … more
The Save-A-Lot signs came down Feb. 16 and new G&W Cash Saver banners went up over the weekend. The grocery store is scheduled to reopen under new ownership today (Wednesday) following … 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
Owensville police are investigating two thefts this past week of catalytic converters. On Feb. 8 police responded to the 3400 block of Kuhne Road in reference to a stolen catalytic converter, … 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
As Owensville city officials make plans for the eventual development of a walking and biking trail through town following acceptance last fall by Missouri State Parks of the Rock Island railbed, … more
A woman dropping by Snowensville on Monday afternoon to place a food order told workers there her in-laws would be disappointed the current site was closing. Large kitchen equipment had already … 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
Significant upgrades to printing operations at Lakeside Book Company’s Owensville plant continue into the new year with the installation of a refurbished Man Roland press. The addition will … more
Filing for April 2022 Municipal Election candidates closes at the end of business hours next Tuesday (Dec. 28) for respective city and county government offices. As of Tuesday afternoon, there was … 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
Owensville Police, along with the Juvenile Office, is finishing up the investigation of felony property damage from graffiti that has occurred over the past several months at Winter Park, according … more
Owensville aldermen on Monday postponed an up or down vote on a conditional use permit sought by a former Rosebud man to build storage units on a lot he owns on West Franklin after the board … 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
Established Oct. 13, 1950, the Owensville Garden Club recently held a 70th anniversary — delayed a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the 32 members gathered (above) wearing fascinator … more
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