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Turner turkey barn destroyed, all chicks lost to fireBy Neal A. Johnson J and Sheila Turner have been raising turkeys on Loose Creek Highway since 2007, and in all that time, they have never … more
Joshua D. Preston, 36, and Kathryn E. Wilson, 38, both of Linn, were charged Friday with burglary in the second degree and stealing ($750 or more) following an arrest on CR 213 following alleged … more
Freeburg Mayor Darryl Haller confirmed this week that a diesel leak is under investigation but there is no apparent danger to the community. A citizen informed Haller of a strong diesel smell near … more
Westphalia aldermen last Tuesday approved an increase to the part-time salary for the City Clerk Kerry Bax, which will reflect approximately 20 hours per week at $20 per hour, for a yearly cost of … more
The Missouri Bicentennial Quilt has been completed and is ready to tour the state, with the Osage County Historical Society (OCHS) scheduled to display it from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 18-20, and from … more
Chamois senior Kaylee Sieg will be moving on to the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state leadership conference in April after earning fifth place in the advertising and journalism tests in … more
Lukefahr Probst, 30, grew up in Linn and as of Monday, is a full-time officer with the Linn Police Department. His goal is to bring a sense of peace akin to his early upbringing. “I chose to … more
Sallin continues vaccine offerings By Neal A. Johnson Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin continues to fight for every vial she can find in her ongoing effort to … more
Osage County Sheriff Mike Bonham has been appointed by Gov. Mike Parson to serve on the five-member Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Taskforce (MoSMART), which was established in 2005 to … more
Fatima school board members at last Wednesday’s meeting offered contract extensions to building-level administrators, mostly unanimous, though the board was split when deciding the fate of … more
Superintendent Dena Smith said the audit by Gerding, Korte & Chitwood CPAs of Columbia was favorable and the district was praised for its internal controls. “We have a lot of systems in place to … more
Chamois aldermen at Thursday’s meeting agreed to repairs for two different streets following a presentation of quotes by Maintenance Supervisor Danny Kirsch. MoSeal LLC of Fulton provided an … more
Gina Huckstep said the transition on her return to Harbor Place in Linn as the director has been very smooth, and she’s happy with the way things are going, especially considering the pandemic … more
Sgt. Joshua Worley, 35, has been with the Linn Police Department since November of 2015 and said he really enjoys his role here. “When I started my career with the city of Linn, I started to … more
Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin said Tuesday the latest numbers are encouraging, with just eight active COVID cases — two fewer than last week — and the overall … more
With just 10 active COVID cases in Osage County as of Tuesday, Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin is pleased.“We’re moving in the right direction,” she … more
Joseph Voss, 25, of Linn, was seriously injured in an early-morning accident Monday. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred at 5:35 a.m. on. Hwy. 89, just south of CR … more
Fatima boys’ coach Ryan Robertson hit a milestone Friday as the Comets defeated Russellville to give the Loose Creek native his 300th career win. “I had no idea I was close to that number,” … more
Last Wednesday’s career expo at State Tech was very successful, with only seven of the 140 registered companies canceling due to inclement weather. State Tech VP of Advancement Shannon Grus … more
Clarabelle (Haslag) Dorweiler, of Linn, who will celebrate her 100th birthday on Feb. 20, said she has enjoyed a very good life, and said the reason for her longevity is simple. “I was blessed … more
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