Senior Lifestyles 2020

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  • Four Gerald students qualify for showing at Capitol

    Wednesday, February 26

    March is Youth Art Month. A special exhibit featuring works submitted by students in kindergarten through high school will be on display in the third-floor capitol rotunda now through March 16. Four …

  • Visible smoke sparked call of commercial structure fire at MFA plant, GRFD responds

    Wednesday, February 26

    The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Department was called to the scene of a commercial first alarm structure fire at the MFA plant Friday, Feb. 21. The plant is located on West Springfield Road in Gerald, just …

  • Dutchgirls sweep FRC twinbill from Pacific

    Wednesday, February 26

    Seeing a late lead disappear three nights earlier against New Haven, Hannah Wehar’s Owensville JV Dutchgirls looked to get back on the winning track Thursday night against Pacific’s Lady …

  • Dutchmen seniors celebrate first win over Pacific since 2011 season

    Wednesday, February 26

    Friday night, Todd Rehmert’s Owensville Dutchmen looked to end the home portion of their schedule on a winning note with Pacific’s Indians in town. Locked in a tight game the whole 32 …

  • Lt. Gov. Kehoe right at home in Osage County

    Wednesday, February 26

    WESTPHALIA — Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe told 192 attendees at the Osage County Lincoln Day Banquet Feb. 20 that it is an honor to work with Gov. Mike Parson because “what you see is what you …

  • City schedules public hearing March 23 on LSC Communications request to close Springfield at Industrial for $2M addition

    Wednesday, February 26

    New printing presses will require a taller building. A new building will require LSC Communications to build on what are now sections of two city streets — Springfield Road and Industrial …

  • FSCB to buy seven First Bank sites including Owensville, Hermann, Gerald

    Wednesday, February 26

    First State Community Bank announced Monday evening it plans to acquire seven First Bank facilities in Missouri including ones in Owensville, Hermann and Gerald. Doug Dunlap, marketing president …

  • Governor shares ‘living the dream’ story at Osage’s GOP Lincoln Day

    Wednesday, February 26

    Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday addressed 192 guests at the Westphalia Lions Hall during the Osage County Lincoln Day Banquet about his political agenda over the last two years since becoming 57th …

  • Rosemann selected as new OMS assistant principal for 2020-21

    Wednesday, February 26

    The Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education decided with a 6-0 vote on Feb. 17 that Kelley Rosemann, eighth grade social studies teacher, will replace Owensville Middle School (OMS) Assistant …

  • Sassmann, Beyer announce intent to file for House 62nd

    Wednesday, February 26

    WESTPHALIA — Bruce Sassamann and Chris Beyer announced their intentions Feb. 20 to file for the 62nd District House of Representatives seat currently held by Rep. Tom Hurst. Both did so on …

  • Scheduling conflicts develop in courtroom renovation

    Wednesday, February 26

    HERMANN — Renovation in Gasconade County’s man courtroom is about to run smack into the start of what could be a busy year of trials — a move prompting a scramble by county …

  • In my opinion — it works both ways

    Wednesday, February 26

    In a recent letter to the editor, entitled “You are what you swallow,” the Democratic Club’s premise works both ways. It seems to me they are swallowing whatever the national …

  • Two problems the USA has

    Wednesday, February 26

    To the Editor: The USA has two problems. Actually more than two but I don’t have time to solve all of them today. 1) China has become a single source of failure to the global (especially …

  • Lingering winter shocks spring birds triggering living ideas on aging brain

    Wednesday, February 26

    Spring sprung. Winter fled. Four robins in my front yard wouldn’t lie to me! They hopped about looking for worms in 52-degree weather. I’m sure these early migratory arrivals were shocked …

  • How a politician’s family gets rich

    Wednesday, February 26

    Because of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, the American public has become educated about Hunter Biden. Specifically the enormous income he made in the countries of Ukraine and …

  • Republican 2-26-20

    Wednesday, February 26

  • David Bannister

    Wednesday, February 26

    David William Bannister, 60, Hermann, departed this life Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Washington. He was born Jan. 10, 1960, to Theodore Everett and Sharon (Rose) Bannister, in …

  • Bettyjean Friedel

    Wednesday, February 26

    Bettyjean Lena Friedel, 87, Washington, formerly of Gerald, passed away Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, at Cedar Crest Manor in Washington. She was born Jan. 31, 1933, to Oscar and Rosa (Meyer) Danz, in …

  • Willard Mehrhoff

    Wednesday, February 26

    Willard Eugene Mehrhoff, 89, of Bland, Mo., departed this life on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020, at his residence. He was born on Oct. 5, 1930, to August Adolph and Barbara Lee Ethel (Koerber) Mehrhoff in …

  • Patricia Woodcock

    Wednesday, February 26

    Patricia K Woodcock, 76, Sullivan, departed her earthly life Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, at her residence with loving family by her side. Patricia was born June 18, 1943, to Kenneth and Arlene (Wiese) …

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