Osage County
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Osage County Health Department Administrator Susan Long is alarmed at the recent spike in positive test results, with six new cases in the last 10 days, bringing the total to 13, with seven … more
Despite concerns about COVID-19, the Linn Lions Club Osage County Fair Chairman Alfred Brandt said he hopes everyone will take personal responsibility. “Some people won’t feel … more
Ground beef prices have risen at retailers, but little of that increase is making its way back to cattle producers, particularly those in rural settings, according to Dave Luker, of Chamois, who … more
Osage County Sheriff’s deputy Cpl. Greg Birch last week retired for a second time. The first time was from the U.S. Army, from a career in which he was an extremely respected leader among … more
A green Chevy Cavalier parked in the driveway of a vacant residence in Belle at 1:45 p.m. Friday sparked the curiosity and suspicion of its owner, who summoned help. The driver of the car, later … more
There are fewer Osage County residents living in poverty than the residents of any of the other seven counties in the Meramec Region, according to a recent statewide report that analyzed several … more
With 10.7% of voters turning out for last Tuesday’s election, 77% voted in favor of the 911 Continuation Sales Tax, which was approved by a 794-223 margin, according to official results … more
Sheriff Mike Bonham last week requested charges of forgery against Marcus D. Benford, 41, whose whereabouts and place of residence are unknown, following a spate of activity in April that is only … more
VIENNA —The Show-Me-Select Bred Heifer Sale at Vienna’s South Central Regional Stockyards on May 22 — the first SMS sale in central Missouri since 2003 — saw a large turnout … more
VIENNA — Maries County Circuit Judge William Hickle sentenced Tracy M. Ellis to 14 years in the Missouri … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson on June 4 took security measures to safeguard the election process and protect Missouri voters during COVID-19 by signing SB 631 into law. “Any … more
Though voting in the county was light, mainly due to COVID-19, a majority of those who cast a ballot did so Tuesday in favor of the 911 Continuation Sales Tax, which was approved by a 642-200 … more
Eric Milligan, a 2007 graduate of State Technical College with a degree in Industrial Electricity, told more than 600 graduates at three ceremonies on Saturday that learning never stops, and … more
Osage County Health Department Administrator Susan Long said things are looking pretty good locally, with all five COVID-19 cases having been resolved, and no further contact tracing in place at this … more
BELLE — Tri-County Newspapers — The Belle Banner, Bland Courier and Maries County Gazette — reverted ownership on May 1 from Craig and Nichoel Snodgrass, CNS Holdings, LLC, back to … more
Eastern sunlight through the stained-glass windows of Holy Family Church in Freeburg poured tall, red Chi-Rho images onto the pews and Father William Debo’s vestments the morning of May … more
Carson & Coil Attorney David Wallis, who represented Osage County in the lawsuit filed and recently dismissed by Osage Ambulance District, told Osage County 911 Advisory Committee members on … more
On Monday, April 27, the director of the Department of Health and Senior Services signed an order for phase 1 of reopening the state of Missouri, effective at 12:01 a.m. May 4. At this time, Osage … more
Osage Wood Shavings owner Tim Muenks in Loose Creek said he will lose 25% of his business once Butterball contracts with local growers are terminated. “Back then, when it was run by … more
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