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Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt met with Osage County officials on Saturday at Freeburg to discuss “whatever they would like to talk about.”  Among those in attendance were Rep. Bruce … more
“We have better than a dozen national rankings,” said State Tech President Dr. Shawn Strong on Thursday in his keynote address to members of the West Central Commissioners Association, … more
Culvert caves in on CR 723 Osage County Road and Bridge Foreman Ron Kempker was out after hours Wednesday, Jan. 12, at the site of a box culvert collapse on CR 723. Several pieces of heavy … more
Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin presented a new advisory reflecting updated guidance from the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Missouri … more
Osage County 911/EMA Director Ron Hoffman spoke about two Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) workers killed while working near St. Louis. Hoffman, a firefighter himself, has often been on … more
Porter, Berendzen, and Associates, Ashland, the architectural firm hired by the county to remodel the new Osage County Health Department (OCHD) building, began taking measurements Wednesday, Nov. … more
United States District Court Judge Brian C. Wimes conducted a mediation hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 2 in Columbia for the purpose of discovery in the case of the wreck of the Pentecostal Bridge. … more
Bonham seeing a record year for grants Osage County Sheriff Mike Bonham brought two grant awards for commissioners to review. One was for $350 to reimburse the county for overtime incurred by … more
Osage County Road and Bridge Foreman Ron Kempker is enjoying a stretch of favorable weather that is allowing his crew to get a lot of work done. "The weather's been really nice and we're finally … more
Most of Osage County’s elected officials will receive a 5% raise, beginning with the next term of service, resulting from a decision last Wednesday by the Salary Commission. Those up for … more
The appraisal, inspection, and survey of the property at US 50 and MO 89, proposed to house Osage County Health Department (OCHD), have all been completed. With that data, a final price of $200,000 … more
Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin told commissioners last week she was very concerned about a dog-bite emergency. In July, an 11-month old infant was bitten twice by the … more
OSAGE COUNTY —Osage County Western District Commissioner Larry Kliethermes told colleagues that the permanent guardrails are now installed at the site of the Pentecostal Bridge. The salvage job … more
OCHD Sallin introduced to commissioners RN Abby Baker, who has been hired by OCHD as a part-time nurse. Sallin reported 47 new active COVID-19 cases in the county, bringing the total to 2,215. … more
Osage County Clerk Nicci Kammerich last week addressed the Osage County Commission about an article published in the Sept. 1 issue of the Unterrified Democrat under the headline “County … more
Osage County Road and Bridge Foreman Ron Kempker announced the loss of another employee, leaving the county for better pay elsewhere. Recent additions to his crew had him enjoying close to full … more
Brenneke Construction has begun the removal of the wreck of the Pentecostal Bridge from the Maries River.  Osage County Road and Bridge Foreman Ron Kempker has arranged to haul off much of … more
Commission delivers Preliminary Acquisition Notice to Campeotto Craig Campeotto of Campeotto-DeMaria, LLC, the current owner of the Popcorn Buddha building at the western junction of US 50 and MO … more
Osage County Sheriff Mike Bonham made a triumphal presentation to the Osage County Commission of recovered road signs. He announced an arrest in the case. “The gentleman who is incarcerated is … more
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