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  • GCR 7-14-21

    Wednesday, July 14

  • Gasconade County R-2 buildings will retain later opening times in 2021-22

    Wednesday, July 14

    The Gasconade County R-2 School District will continue to open buildings for students later in the 2021-22 school year — at 7:45 a.m. rather than 7:30 a.m., for the second year in a row— by …

  • Intersection repairs begin Owensville’s summer paving project

    Wednesday, July 14

    South Fourth at West Monroe expected to remain closed at least until Friday Meeting last Tuesday following the Monday holiday, Owensville aldermen awarded a $64,440 contract to Fischer Grading …

  • E-911 panel to decide its portion of funding for Aug. 3 balloting on use tax proposal

    Wednesday, July 14

    HERMANN — Directors of the Gasconade County Enhanced 911 program this morning (Wednesday) are expected to decide how much the agency will provide to help pay for the Aug. 3 special election on …

  • Gasconade R-2 school board approves buying KidGuard Student Insurance for pupils

    Wednesday, July 14

    BY ROXIE MURPHY Republican Staff Writer rmurphy@wardpub.com Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education directors on June 28 voted 7-0 to purchase KidGuard Student Insurance for all pupils in …

  • Former OPD patrolman among 29 Troopers to graduate July 23 from MSHP academy

    Wednesday, July 14

    A former Owensville police patrolman is among 29 graduates of the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Law Enforcement Academy with a commencement ceremony scheduled Friday, July 23. Col. Eric T. …

  • Governor signs fuel tax into law; extends Sunday liquor sale hours

    Wednesday, July 14

    JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson signed SB 262 into law, increasing transportation funding for critical state and local infrastructure projects across Missouri. Under SB 262, revenues for the …

  • Hundreds of ECC students receive emergency financial aid

    Wednesday, July 14

    Spring semester East Central College students received a total of $825,515 in emergency federal financial aid funds to ease the impact COVID-19 had on them. There were 652 students who each …

  • Hundreds of ECC students receive emergency financial aid

    Wednesday, July 14

    Spring semester East Central College students received a total of $825,515 in emergency federal financial aid funds to ease the impact COVID-19 had on them. There were 652 students who each …

  • COVID-19 hospitalizations are on the rise in Franklin County

    Wednesday, July 14

    Four people are being treated in Franklin County hospitals for COVID-19. This is according to the latest report from the Franklin County Health Department. There was one hospitalization reported the …

  • City approves purchase of new control system

    Wednesday, July 14

    Public Works Director Nick Grube was given permission to purchase a High Tide SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) system from Municipal Equipment by the Board of Aldermen at their July 8 …

  • Historic season for Dutchgirl volleyball

    Wednesday, July 14

    For five members of the Owensville High School Class of 2021, their final season of high school volleyball was one that they will never forget. Going over four decades without a district title, …

  • Missouri’s Medicaid history

    Wednesday, July 14

    The Missouri legislature’s recent special session on Medicaid involves a dominant state issue with a long and fascinating history. It begins in 1945 when Pres. Harry Truman called for a national …

  • E-911 panel to decide its portion of funding for Aug. 3 balloting on use tax proposal

    Wednesday, July 14

    HERMANN — Directors of the Gasconade County Enhanced 911 program this morning (Wednesday) are expected to decide how much the agency will provide to help pay for the Aug. 3 special election on a …

  • County officials set for mid-year budget review

    Wednesday, July 14

    HERMANN — Tomorrow morning’s mid-year operating budget review session marks a rare event in Gasconade County government: One of the few times in a year all elected officeholders are in the same …

  • Tractors and more tractors

    Wednesday, July 14

    Absent last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 59th Annual Gasconade County Threshers Association Steam Engine and Threshing Show will return this weekend to the Rosebud Community …

  • Richard Faulkner

    Wednesday, July 14

    Richard Arthur Faulkner, 90, of Owensville, passed away Sunday, July 4, 2021 at his daughter’s home in Nashville, Tenn. He was born Oct. 6, 1930, the son of Harvey and Adele Sommers Faulkner, in …

  • Charles Claas

    Wednesday, July 14

    Charles Alfred Claas, 87, of Beaufort, passed away Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at Frene Valley, Owensville. He was born July 31, 1933 , to Carl Alfred and Frieda (Shaw) Claas in Leslie. He was united …

  • Jean Ashner

    Wednesday, July 14

    Jean Louise Ashner, 57, Bland, passed away Saturday, July 10, 2021, at her residence. She was born May 29, 1964, to Kenneth F. and Mary (Wagner) Witte in Lemay. She was united in marriage to …

  • Nancy Fuller

    Wednesday, July 14

    Nancy Sue Fuller, 82, of Owensville, passed away Thursday, July 8, 2021, at her residence. She was born Aug. 11, 1938, to James Edgar and Louise (Boysen) Wofford in Kansas City. She was united …

  • Jason Kottwitz

    Wednesday, July 14

    Jason William Kottwitz (known as J.W.), 28, of Washington, passed away Tuesday, July 6, 2021, at his residence. He was born June 22, 1993, to Roger James and Karen Marie (Williams) Kottwitz in …

  • Walter Wehrend

    Wednesday, July 14

    Walter Benjamin Wehrend, 85, of Owensville, passed away Thursday, July 8, 2021, at St. Mary’s Health Center in Jefferson City. He was born May 26, 1936, to H.F. William and Lorena (Fiegler) …

  • Sophie Estes

    Wednesday, July 14

    Sophia Helena Moeller) Estes, 94, Centennial, Colo., previously of Owensville, passed away, May 22, 2021, at her granddaughter’s residence, in Denver, Colo. She was born April 30,1927, to Henry …

  • Timothy Smith

    Wednesday, July 14

    Timothy Lee Smith, 47, Owensville, passed away Saturday, July 10, 2021 at his residence. He was born April 5, 1974, to Darreld Lee and Marilyn Jean (Pressley) Smith in Jerseyville, Ill. He was …

  • Cashing in on your surname

    Wednesday, July 14

    To the Editor: • Energy greenhorn Hunter Biden is paid millions by a Ukrainian energy firm. • Chelsea Clinton, bachelor’s degree in history from Stanford and doctorate degree in …

  • The hidden truth

    Wednesday, July 14

    To the Editor: The GCDC (Gasconade County Democrats Club) seems to think that I am at war with them and the TRUTH they claim to possess. In truth my only purpose is to foster an open discussion …

  • Addressing citizen concerns on homeless transients, court backlog, public safety

    Wednesday, July 14

    I wanted to take a minute to inform the public about the recent concerns that myself and/or citizens may have in reference to the increase of individuals roaming our community who may or may not be …

  • National Federation of Independent Business survey tracks impact of COVID-19 pandemic

    Wednesday, July 14

    JEFFERSON CITY — The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Research Center on Monday released its latest COVID-19 survey on how the pandemic has affected small businesses. This is …

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