9-11 Salute

Posted

Having trouble viewing this document? Click here to download the PDF.

In this issue

  • Two Bears, two Tigers leave New Haven with cross country medals

    Thursday, September 10

    NEW HAVEN — Saturday morning at New Haven City Park marked the opening of cross country season for Jacob Walton’s Bland Bear and Belle Tiger squads. Once all six races were in the …

  • Lady Tiger volleyball drops close match at New Haven

    Thursday, September 10

    NEW HAVEN — Seeing their varsity volleyball counterparts sweep Chamois back on Friday, Aug. 28, Evin Farris’ Belle freshmen and junior varsity volleyball teams finally got to see the …

  • Dutchgirl softball snaps two-game losing streak

    Thursday, September 10

    Rained out last Monday at home against Capital City, Hannah (Wehar) Koppelmann’s Owensville Dutchgirl softball team ventured Thursday into Osage County looking to even their record at 3-3 on …

  • Varsity Dutchgirl spikers sweep Capital City

    Thursday, September 10

    Sweeping Linn in three sets last Monday to close the month of August, Jamie Ridenhour’s Owensville Dutchgirl volleyball squads hit the road Thursday night into Jefferson City to take on the …

  • R-2 harriers leave New Haven with seven medals

    Thursday, September 10

    NEW HAVEN — After nearly a month of running the streets of Owensville, cross country teams coached by Matt Candrl, Dave Koppelmann and Tyler Ahring finally got to open their season over the …

  • Highway 19 dog fight

    Thursday, September 10

    Fresh off a 47-0 shutout of Eldon last Friday night, Nathan Cabot’s Owensville Dutchmen football team will see something they’ve never seen before. Cuba’s Wildcats will enter the …

  • Dutchmen record first shutout since 2016

    Thursday, September 10

    A goose egg. That was the goal Friday night for Nathan Cabot’s Owensville Dutchmen football team against Eldon’s Mustangs. Whistled for pass interference with just under three …

  • Farm to families

    Thursday, September 10

    Swiss Evangelical and Reform Church members hosted a food distribution Saturday with members of the Hermann Ministerial Alliance in a program made possible by the United State Department of …

  • COVID-19 cases climb in September

    Thursday, September 10

    The first week of September saw another increase in Franklin County COVID-19 cases. There were either 139 or 132 new cases this week, depending on which set of numbers issued by the Franklin County …

  • Postponed 5K Run rescheduled for Oct. 10

    Wednesday, September 9

    The Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the ninth annual Rock Island Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct. 10. The 5K event kicks off at the Historic Rock Island Railroad Depot located in the Legion …

  • Firemen unite

    Wednesday, September 9

    Wally Weiss, a seven year veteran with the Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department (GRFD) has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. His fellow firemen have planned a benefit barbecue for Sunday, …

  • Kansas man accused of sodomy turns himself in

    Wednesday, September 9

    Cody M. Egelston, 26, Stillwell, Kan., who has been charged with first- and second-degree statutory sodomy that reportedly took place at Bland, …

  • Kansas man accused of sodomy turns himself in

    Wednesday, September 9

    Cody M. Egelston, 26, Stillwell, Kan., who has been charged with first- and second-degree statutory sodomy that reportedly took place at Bland, …

  • COVID-19 positive tests continue to climb in Gasconade County

    Wednesday, September 9

    Dr. Michael Rothermich with Hermann Area District Hospital again this week noted another record week for positive COVID-19 test results at their facility. “For the fourth week in a row, our …

  • Woman escapes serious injuries during crash into 28 wood line

    Wednesday, September 9

    An Owensville sideswiped a cedar and woman narrowly missed a larger tree Friday morning when she ran off Highway 28 west of Dittman Road and traveled about 30 feet into a tree line on north side of …

  • OHS student positive for COVID-19, 13 in quarantine

    Wednesday, September 9

    Owensville High School’s Dutchmen football team won its home-opening game Friday, 47-0 over Eldon, to enter the Labor Day weekend and the first scheduled day off of classes Monday. After …

  • School districts scramble to fill substitute lists for teachers

    Wednesday, September 9

    Long a staple of public education, substitute teachers are in short supply this school year, prompting school district administrators to scramble to build a roster of faculty fill-ins as they …

  • Gasconade R-2 free breakfast, lunch program began Tuesday; e-learners can still register

    Wednesday, September 9

    Following the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) announcement that they would extend a summer meal program for students through Dec. 31, at least 14 students participating in …

  • GCR 9-9-20

    Wednesday, September 9

  • Amy Flottmann

    Wednesday, September 9

    Amy Flottmann, 95, Washington, formerly of Gerald, died Monday, Aug. 31, 2020, at Willow Brooke Assisted Living, Union. She was born Feb. 22, 1925, in Manchester, England, the only child of Jack …

  • Eugene Goldman

    Wednesday, September 9

    Eugene Goldman, 85, Owensville, passed away Friday, Sept. 4, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Washington. He was born Sept. 8, 1934, to Ray and Inez (Allen) Goldman, in Blue Island, Ill. He was …

  • Sylvester Dietrich

    Wednesday, September 9

    Sylvester Elmer Dietrich, 80, New Haven, passed away Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Creve Coeur. He was born April 8, 1940, to Sylvester C. and Adele R. (Faerber) Dietrich, in St. …

  • Donald Hoss

    Wednesday, September 9

    Donald A. Hoss, 79, Ft. Myers, Fla., passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2020. He was born Dec. 29, 1940, to Alvin Issac and Alice Martha (Branson) Hoss, in Owensville. Don worked in the automobile …

  • Susan Adams

    Wednesday, September 9

    Susan Gail Adams, 48, Springfield, formerly of Owensville, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020, at her residence. She was born May 14, 1972, to Alton and Jennie (Bishop) Ryals, in Jefferson …

  • Mary Wardensky

    Wednesday, September 9

    Mary Ann Wardensky, 85, Gerald, passed away Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020, in Gerald. She was born Nov. 18, 1934, to Henry and Nora (Brauks) Merk, in Gerald. She was united in marriage to Joseph Frank …

Comments

No comments on this story | Please log in to comment by clicking here
Please log in or register to add your comment