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  • Foul trouble plagues Dutchmen in Belle title game

    Thursday, January 28

    BELLE — Defeating Missouri Military Academy and Belle’s junior varsity Tigers earlier in the week, Cullen VanLeer’s Owensville Dutchmen earned a spot in Saturday’s …

  • Dutchgirls tame Tigers, Jaguars

    Thursday, January 28

    Opening 2021 with three tough road games, Ryan Flanagan’s Owensville Dutchgirls returned home last week looking to get back on the winning track. Snapping a four-game losing streak last …

  • Tournaments everywhere

    Thursday, January 28

    Owensville Middle and High School basketball fans looking for tournaments throughout the remainder of this week will have plenty to choose from. That is because there are tournaments ranging in …

  • Appointment-only COVID-19 vaccinations being offered this weekend at HADH clinic

    Thursday, January 28

    Hermann Area District Hospital is offering appointment-only vaccinations on Saturday and Sunday in the fight against the COVID-19 virus. Hermann Area District Hospital and the hospital’s …

  • GCR 1-27-20

    Wednesday, January 27

  • Shotwell closed

    Wednesday, January 27

    Shotwell Road, just east of the Gerald city limits, will be closed this week to all traffic, including emergency vehicles. The Franklin County Health Department closed the road Monday, Jan. 25 for …

  • Gerald man held on $50,000 bond

    Wednesday, January 27

    Bryan K. Meyer, 48, of Gerald has been charged with fourth degree domestic assault and unlawful use of a weapon as the result of an incident Saturday, Jan. 16. Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton …

  • First phase of COVID-19 vaccines nearly complete

    Wednesday, January 27

    “At close of business Jan. 28, all nursing home residents and staff wishing to be vaccinated will have their first dose (of the COVID-19 vaccine) administered,” says Franklin County …

  • The rise of new COVID-19 cases continues to slow in county

    Wednesday, January 27

    COVID-19 cases in Franklin County continue to rise, but at a much less dramatic pace than was reported in December.  This week, there 249 new cases confirmed in the county. There were 56 …

  • Zelch gets nod as new EMD

    Wednesday, January 27

    HERMANN — Longtime area lawman Clyde Zelch has been tabbed as the new emergency management director (EMD) for Gasconade County. Zelch will succeed Dan Dyer, who resigned the post after …

  • A ‘family of educators’

    Wednesday, January 27

    The Gasconade County R-2 Board of Education wasted no time in hiring Staci Lynn Johnson of Lake Ozark, Mo., as the district’s 2021-22 assistant superintendent, replacing Dr. Jeri Kay Hardy who …

  • Gasconade County Route J bridge replacement began Tuesday 

    Wednesday, January 27

    A $725,000 bridge replacement project on Route J over First Creek scheduled to begin Monday began Tuesday due to heavy rainfall. A mandatory detour will be necessary around the site. The …

  • Gasconade County sees decrease in new COVID-19 cases

    Wednesday, January 27

    For the first time since October, Gasconade County is not in the highest risk category for COVID-19 exposures, according to Dr. Michael Rothermich with Hermann Area District Hospital. “The …

  • Kindergarten, Pre-K screenings set for March 22-26 at OES, March 29-30 at GES

    Wednesday, January 27

    Kindergarten and preschool screening appointments for the 2021-22 school year at both Owensville and Gerald elementary schools are now being scheduled for late March to make staffing …

  • Donna Thurmond

    Wednesday, January 27

    Donna Sue Thurmond, 74, Bland passed away Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021, at Frene Valley Stonebridge of Hermann. She was born July 6, 1946 to Milford and Dora (Nevills) Loyd. She was united in …

  • Bonnie Barth

    Wednesday, January 27

    Bonnie May (Luecke) Barth, 77, Sullivan, passed away Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021, at Missouri Baptist Hospital in Sullivan, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Sullivan, Sept. 7, 1943, …

  • Nancy Caldwell

    Wednesday, January 27

    Nancy Lee Caldwell, 63, Owensville, passed away Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, at Frene Valley Stonebridge in Owensville. Nancy was born Dec. 30, 1957 to Duane and Betty (Collier) Caldwell ,in St. …

  • Tristen Signaigo

    Wednesday, January 27

    On Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, Tristen Signaigo, loving son, grandson and father of one passed away too soon. Aged 23. Tristen was born on Jan. 19, 1998 in Hermann to Michelle Signaigo. He loved his …

  • Joyce Rasmussen

    Wednesday, January 27

    Joyce Evelyn Rasmussen, 88, Rosebud, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, at Mercy Hospital in Creve Coeur. She was born Aug. 4, 1932, to William and Evelyn (Kottmeyer) Traub, at Beemont. She …

  • Wilma Creason

    Wednesday, January 27

    Wilma June Creason, 86, Owensville, passed away Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, at Gasconade Manor in Owensville. She was born Feb. 9, 1934, to Austin Earl and Mattie Rae (Saunders) Carter. She was …

  • Anna Fisher

    Wednesday, January 27

    Anna Nadine (Tayloe) Fisher, 87, Lamar, Colo., formerly of Owensville, passed away Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, at Pioneer Health Center in Rocky Ford, Colo. She was born Feb. 7, 1933, to Fred Arvil and …

  • Coroner voices grievances with County Commission including pay, lack of family time, deputy position

    Wednesday, January 27

    HERMANN — Less than a month into the job, Gasconade County Coroner Jeff Arnold last week filed a list of concerns with the County Commission ranging from what he sees as low pay to the need for …

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