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The two ballot measures to be decided Nov. 3 include the topics of state legislative redistricting and statewide officeholder term limits. Both issues were placed on the ballot by the General … more
A Morrison man is jailed in Linn without bond following his arrest Friday at a residence in the far northwestern Gasconade County community. Joshua D. Blackburn is charged in a felony no-bond … more
According to the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (DHSS), Osage County has reported 424 positive cases of COVID-19, and as a result, Osage County Health Department Administrator Susan … more
Steve Morfeld of Linn has been farming for a long time but this is the first time he’s ever been involved in a combine fire, and he feels fortunate to have escaped unharmed. “It could have … more
Fred Schollmeyer has spent all his life making his mark on the world with his artwork. This year Schollmeyer put together his work into a book entitled, “Photorealism in the Heartland: The Acrylic … more
A Project launched in June by members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4756 in Linn came to fruition last week with the laying of 102 engraved and some blank bricks covering 15 feet along the … more
Osage County Anti Drug Community Action Team (OC-ADCAT) Education Committee Chairperson Charlotte Bellsmith said she is eager to offer a virtual presentation during Red Ribbon Week, which will be … more
OSAGE COUNTY — She never wanted to be a writer. "I hated to write," she explained. Now she doesn't want to ever write again. "I like being retired," she asserted. In between came 50 years when no … more
FREEBURG — Hilke’s Ice Co. owner Laron Hilke announced last week that operations at Freeburg would be expanded by 80 tons per 24-hour cycle — from 120 to 200 tons — by the end of the … more
Osage County Health Department Administrator Susan Long on Tuesday said the county continues to be inundated with COVID-related cases, noting that she estimates there have now been approximately 270, … more
COLUMBIA — In what was a critical examination of the state’s COVID-19 response, candidates in the race for Missouri governor gathered for the first — and likely only — time for a debate … more
An ongoing argument erupted into physical assault at a Freeburg residence Saturday, which ultimately resulted in the arrest of Luke W. Bland, 46, who is accused of beating his wife, Lindsey, and … more
Thomas M. Cruz, 30, of Belle, was arrested following a 2 a.m. traffic stop Tuesday and faces charges of possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputy … more
Parishioners and visitors gathered Sunday for the dedication of a new pavilion at Our Lady, Help of Christians Parish in Frankenstein. Pastor Fr. Colin Franklin and former pastor Fr. Dan Merz blessed … more
CHAMOIS — Chamois aldermen at a special meeting last Wednesday approved the appointment of Rob Skaggs to fill the seat vacated by Alderman Debbie Huff. His appointment by Mayor Elise Brochu was … more
“Farmhouses Before the Great Flood of 1993, Life in the Chamois and Morrison Missouri River Bottoms,” Project Director Susan Sundermeyer greeted visitors to Saturday’s open house at St. John's … more
Nick Rackers is a Commercial Turf and Grounds Instructor in the Agricultural Department at State Tech. He says there are three kinds of student attracted to the program: landscapers, golf course … more
OSAGE COUNTY  — Linn R-2 announced Tuesday that beginning today (Wednesday), the school is implementing a modified version of Level 2 for grades 9-12 through Oct. 16. Grades 9-10 will … more
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