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LINN  — Freestyle Fitness and Nutrition owner Denise Coots led another successful event on Thanksgiving morning to combine physical activity with the collection of food for the Good … more
WESTPHALIA  — There is no doubt for Janie and Coby Holzschuh of rural Westphalia. They are confident that the efforts of emergency medical crews on Sept. 14, 2020, were guided by God and … more
LINN — Jon Lecure is a proud Vietnam veteran spending his retirement in a lovely house in Linn tinkering on old cars and creating everything from walking sticks to rings made from antler sheds. … more
RICH FOUNTAIN — Herman “Tubby” Mebruer was born in Rich Fountain in 1935. In Buck Owens’ words, his father was a “Truck-Drivin’ Man.” He started in the … more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a firsthand account of Mr. Haslag’s experience during World War II. Bonnots Mill- Albert started out at Great Lakes for his basic training and then to San Bruno, … more
It’s been a few years since Fatima’s softball team hoisted the first-place district plaque, but the Lady Comets were ready for Friday’s third game against Blair Oaks in a classic … more
ST. LOUIS — The infant daughter of a Barnhardt, Mo., man killed Jan. 21 in a head-on crash on U.S. 50 in Osage County will receive nearly $14 million in payments beginning when she turns 18 … more
UD Editor Neal A. Johnson on Saturday earned five first-place and four second-place Better Newspaper Contest awards for stories and photography published in 2021 from the Missouri Press … more
Chamois Day committee members Becca Mehmert, Dawna Keilholz, and Amanda Carter are excited about Saturday’s event sponsored by the Chamois Lions Club and welcome everyone to attend the 22nd … more
All eight of James Nelson’s family members involved in a head-on crash Thursday morning with a tractor-trailer on U.S. 50 near Fowler Road are back at their Franklin County home in Dittmer near … more
LINN — Linn aldermen unanimously approved Bill #2022-016 last Tuesday, amending the city’s traffic code to allow All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), and Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) to … more
State Tech on Tuesday welcomed a record-breaking 2,200 students to campus, an 8% increase over last year and the sixth straight year for record first-year enrollment. It comes just days after being … more
FREEBURG — Freeburg resident Matt Johnson attended the August trustees meeting to protest the classification of his Golden Retriever “Luna” as a dangerous dog. Mayor Darryl Haller … more
The Westphalia Car Show will be returning this year on Sept. 16, from 5 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., following approval from aldermen at their meeting last Tuesday night.  Car show organizer Chris … more
The Chamois softball team sponsored by Jerry’s Stop & Go and Roomerz Restaurant and Bar is not happy about paying a $25 fee for the use of the ball field at the city park, Nicole Backes … more
After a lengthy discussion, Linn R-2 board members voted 3-2 at their July 19 meeting to discontinue fall baseball immediately following a lengthy discussion. Board President Dr. Shawn Strong … more
A proposed tax levy increase of 65 cents initiated by the Osage County R-3 Board of Education will be in the hands of voters under Proposition Fatima Schools on the ballot Aug 2. The current tax … more
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