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  • Garrett Braun

    Friday, June 19

    Garrett Wayne Braun, 9, Owensville, passed away Monday, June 8, 2020. Garrett was born March 18, 2011, to Joseph R. and Danielle (Curry) Braun in Washington. Garrett was a student at Gasconade …

  • Charles Buhlinger

    Friday, June 19

    Charles Thomas Buhlinger, 86, Owensville, passed away Saturday, June 13, 2020 at his home. He was born May 31, 1934, to Herbert Buhlinger and Edna (Hubbard) Hoynes in St. Louis. He was united in …

  • Audra Cahill

    Friday, June 19

    Audra Benny Cahill or just Benny, as he preferred to go by, 72, of Owensville, departed this life peacefully at his home while in hospice care, Monday, June 8, 2020.He was born Aug. 13, 1947, to …

  • Allen Richardson

    Friday, June 19

    Allen Lee Richardson, 70, Linn, passed away Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at General Baptist Nursing Home in Linn.Allen was born Feb. 11, 1950, to Melvin Earl and Irma (Thien) Richardson in Washington.He …

  • Legislation signed into law to allow extended absentee voting by mail (SB 631)

    Thursday, June 18

    In order to protect both the health and the voting rights of citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the General Assembly approved legislation that will allow extended absentee voting by …

  • Missouri gets back to work

    Thursday, June 18

    Immediately following Memorial Day festivities at Lake of the Ozarks, we saw daunting national headlines like “Crowds pack venues in Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks, ignoring social …

  • COVID-19 exposes imprudence of age-based school structure

    Thursday, June 18

    Many K-12 schools have been closed for over two months -- and people are understandably panicking about students “falling behind.” Parents are frantically …

  • DED report shows ‘strong uptick’ in certain job postings

    Thursday, June 18

    JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson recently announced the launch of a new Economic Recovery dashboard to help track the state’s economic recovery. “In the economy, we’re …

  • Helping Missourians get back to work

    Thursday, June 18

    Seems like every day, there’s some new piece of bad news making its way across the headlines. From the spread of COVID-19, to unrest in our streets, to financial concerns facing many …

  • Missouri Chamber endorses Amendment 2: Medicaid expansion

    Thursday, June 18

    JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri’s leading business voice, The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, on Friday announced its endorsement of Amendment 2, joining the growing coalition …

  • Freedoms under attack

    Thursday, June 18

    The First Amendment to the United States Constitution spells out five rights that are guaranteed by our government. If you ask any random person on the street what those rights are, most would …

  • Unemployment requirements resume July 5

    Thursday, June 18

    Jefferson City — Filing requirements for unemployment benefits resume the week of July 5 as Missouri reopens under the Show Me Strong Recovery effort and businesses resume …

  • Weekend community testing event has revealed nine new cases of Covid-19 so far, but unsure of residency

    Thursday, June 18

    A community testing event for Covid-19 was held at the Washington fairgrounds Saturday, Sunday and Monday, June 13 - 15. Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker reports that a total of 308 people were …

  • Modified Winter Water Park operations approved Monday

    Thursday, June 18

    Owensville’s Board of Alderman on Monday reviewed Winter Water Park’s modified operations plan and made amendments expanding daily attendance limits to a 33-percent occupancy …

  • Parks, golf course clubhouse, bathrooms open for regular use

    Thursday, June 18

    Based on the Phase 2 announcement Thursday by Gov. Mike Parson for the state’s Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan, “amenity closures within the Owensville Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) …

  • Commission amends budget to reflect CARES Act funding

    Thursday, June 18

    HERMANN — At least for a while, Gasconade County’s operating budget will look a lot better than it actually is. About $1.725 million better. That amount, as well as another $35,000 for …

  • Guest limit rescinded for OHS graduation

    Thursday, June 18

    The Gasconade County R-2 School District rescinded its eight-guest limit per senior on June 15 as expectations of relaxed public health guidelines for COVID-19 were announced by Gov. Mike …

  • Bland man charged with 2 felonies, three misdemeanors in assault on deputies

    Thursday, June 18

    A Bland man was charged June 9 with two felonies and three misdemeanors following an attempt to first evade and then assault deputies from the Maries County Sheriff’s Department. Maries …

  • Burglary suspects caught in Belle

    Thursday, June 18

    A green Chevy Cavalier parked in the driveway of a vacant residence in Belle at 1:45 p.m. Friday sparked the curiosity and suspicion of the property owner, who summoned help. The driver of the …

  • Changes in city leadership, some expected some not

    Wednesday, June 17

    Last Thursday, June 11, the Gerald Board of Aldermen met for their regular meeting. Ward 1 Alderman Ruth Haase took her seat for the last time after deciding not to seek another term. During …

  • Lonigro’s Supermarket working to correct numerous health violations that has store closed until corrected

    Wednesday, June 17

    The Franklin County Health Department (FCHD) issued five pages of health violations against Lonigro’s Supermarket last week. The store was closed, and will remain so, until the …

  • Homeless man attempts to float USS Aries free from Gasconade mooring; ship moves 400 feet

    Wednesday, June 17

    GASCONADE — A homeless man apparently boarded the retired Navy hydrofoil missile ship USS Aries on June 1 and attempted to float it away from its mooring at Gasconade city. B.J. Meinhardt, a …

  • Aldermen approved balanced $5.75 million 2020-21 budget

    Wednesday, June 17

    Owensville aldermen on Monday unanimously adopted a $5.75 million operating budget for fiscal year 2020-21 beginning July 1. Mayor John Kamler thanked City Clerk Bobbi Limberg and Deputy City …

  • Survey reveals many residents want Gasconade County Fair to be held

    Wednesday, June 17

    An online survey to determine the public’s views on whether or not the Gasconade County Fair Board should host its annual event as normal received 2,545 responses of which 1,857 said the fair …

  • Republican 6-17-20

    Wednesday, June 17

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