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TREC Director of Field Training Services Craig Moeller of Bonnots Mill heads up the Lineman’s Rodeo and works with the international program. Kevin Prenger, a district supervisor at the … more
LINN   — Linn native Cameron Gehlert, a 2018 Linn High School graduate now living in Washington, D.C., has always forged his own path, which recently culminated in a six-week pilgrimage to … more
SPRINGFIELD   — Fatima softball players and teams from 1990-96 were celebrated for their dominance as they were inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame last Wednesday. Led by … more
LINN   — Saturday marked the seventh time supporters of the fight against human trafficking gathered at the Linn City Park for a 5K Run/Walk to benefit Rescue Innocence. A total of 58 … more
DEER   —   Sunday’s Memorial Day service at Deer Creek Cemetery drew a good crowd for a celebration that began inside St. Peters Church — founded on Sept. 27, 1866 — … more
HERMANN — The Missouri Attorney’s Office has added another member to its team as it prepares for the May 26 preliminary hearing of Kenneth Lee Simpson, the 35-year-old man charged with … more
Volunteers Cody Fulkerson, Janet Baker, Molly Bax, Dana Peters, Renee Nilges, Laura Voss, and Be the Match Recruitment Coordinator Erika Hatfield added 20 individuals to the bone marrow registry on … more
FREEBURG   — Democrat Lucas Kunce, who is running to replace Josh Hawley in the U.S. Senate, told a packed house at Friday’s Truman Day dinner at the American Legion Paul A. … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate passed bills Thursday restricting both gender transition procedures and student participation in sports based on sex. The bill was initially approved … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Republicans are making a push to allow firearms to be carried inside religious establishments and lessen restrictions on access to firearms.  House Bill 485 … more
OSAGE COUNTY — Within this issue you will find the second Local Livelihoods section of the Unterrified Democrat. Last year’s Local Livelihood section was very well received by community … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Like a lot of Missourians, Shelley Swoyer of Jefferson City was surprised to see that the state had switched from its long-used method of selecting presidential primary … more
JEFFERSON CITY — More than three years since the designation of COVID-19 as a pandemic, Missouri House members spent part of Tuesday afternoon debating whether COVID-19 vaccines save … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The House gave initial approval Monday to a bill that would legalize sports wagering in Missouri. Representatives struck down five proposed amendments to the bill before it … more
HERMANN — The man accused of killing one Hermann policeman and seriously injuring another Sunday night heard the formal charges read against him March 15 in Gasconade County Associate Circuit … more
Several local Parochial Athletic League teams competed in the Catholic Bowl recently and returned with trophies. CHAMPIONS — St. Joseph’s JV B team won the title game 48-46 over St. … more
Fatima players rejoice as senior guard Ellie Brune leaps with excitement after the Lady Comets defeated Eldon on Saturday to claim the Class 4, District 10 title at Blair Oaks. This is Fatima’s … more
LINN   —   Osage Ambulance District Administrator Josh Krull recently announced that four employees graduated from the Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) program. EMS Supervisors … more
The Verdeen cousins are back and ready to see you this weekend at the Osage Community Players, Inc. production of “Last Round Up of the Guacamole Queens.” Ashlynne Berkemeyer, left, … more
Fatima duo medals at state wrestling tournament Two Fatima grapplers came home from last week’s state wrestling tournament with hardware, as junior Cody Strope  (126) earned third place … more
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