2020 Wedding Edition

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  • Beatrice Baumbach

    Wednesday, February 12

    Beatrice Emma Baumbach, 91, Gerald, passed away Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, at her residence. She was born Sept. 1, 1928, to George and Helen (Keune) Marschel, in Kimmswick. She was united in …

  • Dean Brueseke

    Wednesday, February 12

    Dean H. Brueseke, 64, Sullivan, passed away Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020, at Missouri Baptist Hospital. He was born June 28, 1955, in St. Louis, the son of Hadley Louis and Arvetta J. (Cain) Brueseke. …

  • Gordon Oliver

    Wednesday, February 12

    Gordon Lee Oliver, 79, Belle, departed this earth to begin his eternal life with his Savior, Jesus Christ, Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020 in Raymore. He was united in marriage to Sharon (Jett) Oliver, who …

  • Kenneth Wilcox

    Wednesday, February 12

    Kenneth, “Ken” Leon Wilcox, 49, Bland, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Washington. He was born Aug. 30, 1970, to Louis and Lucille (Fortner) Wilcox, in Poplar Bluff. …

  • Delores Willoughby

    Wednesday, February 12

    Dolores “Dee” Lee Willoughby, 72, Springdale, Ark., passed away Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020, at her home after two years of treatment for cancer. She was born Sept. 27, 1947, in Washington, Mo., …

  • King Trevor and Queen Emma reign over OHS Winter Homecoming

    Wednesday, February 12

    Between games Friday night, Owensville High School seniors Emma Jahnsen and Trevor Abernathy were crowned winter homecoming queen and king. Members of the court (above, from left) include retiring …

  • Dutchgirl wrestlers see season end in districts

    Wednesday, February 12

    Throughout this season of Owensville Dutchgirl wrestling, plenty of history has been made. Over the weekend at Holt High School in Wentzville, another historic moment was almost …

  • Dutchmen grapplers gear up for districts

    Wednesday, February 12

    Wrapping up their regular season over the weekend at the Marshfield Duals Wrestling Tournament, Rod Barndollar’s Owensville Dutchmen wrestlers can now turn their focus to this weekend’s …

  • First-half homecoming leads disappear

    Wednesday, February 12

    Sweeping Belle earlier in the week on their home floor, Owensville’s Dutchmen and Dutchgirl basketball teams looked to duplicate that feat Friday night. With Hermann’s Lady Bearcats …

  • Gasconade, Osage County bridge replacement contracts approved

    Wednesday, February 12

    JEFFERSON CITY — At its regular monthly meeting held Feb. 6, Missouri’s Highways and Transportation Commission approved a contract to replace two bridges in Gasconade and Osage …

  • OHS grad, FFA to raise funds for Meals of Hope project

    Wednesday, February 12

    Owensville High School’s FFA chapter and a graduate of the program are working together to bring the “Meals of Hope” program to the community with the goal of packing 20,000 units …

  • ‘STEM Mobile’ being outfitted as mobile classroom

    Wednesday, February 12

    The Gasconade County R-2 School District gave a bus to Kevin Lay’s Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) 4 class in November to convert into a mobile lab. Students were ceremoniously …

  • Local business makes final effort to keep its doors open

    Wednesday, February 12

    Squeaky Clean Laundry, at Main and Fourth streets in Gerald, is a 24-hour laundromat. People take advantage of the always-open policy to buy snacks and use the bathroom. Vandalism has been an …

  • Man tried to trick deputies with prank phone call when they came for him

    Wednesday, February 12

    Robert L. Kavanagh, Robertsville, had active warrants for multiple probation violations. These originated from charges of first degree domestic assault, first degree stalking, felony leaving the …

  • Prop P funds allow expansion of cybercrimes unit in Sheriff’s Office

    Wednesday, February 12

    The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is a member agency of the Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and one of ten cybercrime task force agencies in the State of Missouri. …

  • County’s 2020 budget will be lean in all departments

    Wednesday, February 12

    Despite the worry over an uncertain flow of sales tax dollars this year, which comes on the heels of a drop in the revenue in 2019, the various Gasconade County government offices will see a slight …

  • Bland aldermen plan Proposition 1 discussion, change marshal’s pay scale

    Wednesday, February 12

    Bland aldermen added a police department discussion to the March 9 agenda Monday night, inviting the public to learn why they are asking citizens to approve Prop 1 — creating an appointed …

  • A ‘contrite’ apology — a handful of opinions to share

    Wednesday, February 12

    To the Editor: First I want to thank the Democrat club for pointing out my really dumb mistake in tying President Bush to a comment made in 2011. I could blame the computer when I typed in a …

  • Here’s what I heard — what about you?

    Wednesday, February 12

    To the Editor: I watched President D.J. Trump preside over a Blue Collar Boom, in the Predominantly Red USA. He spoke of school choice, the space force and vocational education in high school, …

  • Winter wears on with hints of Spring; think about and thank farmers at work

    Wednesday, February 12

    Winter wears on. Is this a test of our soul? Plentiful ice with a light coating of rain tests our fragile bones and old muscles. I took my test, early. My slick shoe soles were no match for wet …

  • Valentine’s day and the eight cow wife

    Wednesday, February 12

    Since this Friday is Valentine’s Day I want to confess to you that I’m in love with my wife, Connie. I have been for over 30 years. Because I adore her I treat her like the lady she …

  • Republican 2-12-20

    Wednesday, February 12

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