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Chamois senior Julissa Mitchem, who was selected as February’s Osage County Anti-Drug Community Action Team (OC-ADCAT) Student of the Month, said she is living a drug-free lifestyle as much for … more
When a family operates a farm and hangs onto it, it doesn’t take many generations to cover 100 years. This is one that is into only the fourth. The Osage County farm was purchased by … more
Loose Creek BSA Troop 76 and Pack 76 were honored in December to be able to have their monthly meeting at the Missouri State Capitol and get an after-hours tour of the Capitol from District 62 State … more
1905 Tavern owner Anthony Rudkin recently put his culinary skills to good use as part of Operation Barbecue Relief, which provided food to those in need following devastating tornados that hit … more
UD Editor Neal A. Johnson was selected to serve as this year’s grand marshal at the Linn Lions Christmas Parade, which will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on Saturday with a theme of “Winter … more
LINN  — On Saturday, the Linn Police Department spearheaded what is hoped will become a new tradition in Osage County with its Shop With A Hero holiday program. Around the first of this … more
Portions of the parking lot at Linn High School have been turned into works of art by more than 25 juniors and seniors after receiving permission to personalize their assigned parking spaces. An … more
What do you do when your world is turned upside down? Following a horrific accident in March 2016 that claimed the life of his father, Kaleb Christian, 34, originally of Auxvasse, in Callaway … more
The Osage County Agritourism Council (OCAC) has announced the coming of a new website. According to University of Missouri (MU) Extension Engagement Specialist Elizabeth Anderson, it will come online … more
Observant Osage County motorists cruising Hwy. 89 North near Chamois enjoy a view of, literally, “a home where the buffalo roam.” Of course, it’s not hard to see deer playing … more
Linn R-2 board members at their Oct. 19 meeting were met by concerned parents and students over rumors of the cancellation of fall baseball to make way for the incoming football program. During … more
Presiding Commissioner Darryl Griffin (photo above left) shapes balloons at Sunday’s trunk-or-treat at Linn Thriftway.  Pam Thomas (above right) of Morton Family Chapels passes out candy … more
Westphalia aldermen at their meeting last Tuesday denied a request for a business license for a pop-up location for Serendipity Coffee & Tea.    Serendipity owner Lori Asel had filed … more
Following a lengthy discussion at last Tuesday’s monthly meeting, Linn R-2 board members took no action to change the direction of the football program set to begin next fall. Originally, the … more
Fatima school board members at last Wednesday’s meeting heard more issues concerning the district’s mask policy and COVID-19 from community members. “It seems like the county as … more
Megan Rudroff has a love for flowers and she’s turned that passion into a side business that she shares with her husband, Layne, and their three daughters. While the Rudroff farm produces corn, … more
Local author and illustrator D.A. Terriah has joined the team of Hollywood producer Kristen Lucas of Goldilocks Productions to create works that inspire confidence in kids to be themselves and to … more
Marsha Deeken Krone, a native of Argyle and graduate of Fatima, recently completed a 255-mile bike ride across Missouri in support of By the Mile, Be the Match in her ongoing battle against … more
GASCONADE — Several hundred people turned out Saturday to mark the 200th birthday of the city of Gasconade, the original county seat of Gasconade County and now a small river town looking to … more
ST. JAMES — Meramec Regional Planning Commission’s (MRPC) Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) on Aug. 12 prioritized the next round of unfunded needs in the region. Included were … more
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