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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
Deputies of the Maries County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call from a boater stuck on the Gasconade River Sept. 9.  The call occurred after a boater accidentally drove onto a … more
Osage Ambulance District (OAD) Administrator Josh Krull told board members at their meeting last Wednesday, Aug. 25, that the purchase of property owned by Sarah Thoenen was finalized that … more
A much anticipated Bonnots Mill annual tradition was finally held Sunday after a two-month delay caused by adverse weather conditions. What began 23 years ago as a simple barbecue and small fireworks … more
Carla Butler of Belle has been promoted from office manager to administrator of the Maries Osage Ambulance District (MOAD), effective Aug. 22. MOAD board members made the decision during closed … more
Warren M. Taylor, 62, of Chamois, charged with the July 23 double murder of Leonard Gerloff, 59, and his wife, Pauline, 56, at Tuesday’s counsel status hearing appeared with defense attorney … more
OSAGE COUNTY  —Shots rang out at Chamois R-1 on Friday and Fatima R-3 on Monday but these, fortunately, were fired from rifles armed with blank cartridges as part of an active shooter … more
Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin on Tuesday reported there are currently 23 active cases, bringing the county’s total to 1,771, with 16 deaths. Four individuals are … more
LINN — State Tech Regents at their June 25 meeting approved tuition rates for the fall semester within the maximum available to the school. As a result, students next fall will see an increase of … more
LINN — Linn R-2 teachers will get a $1,000 raise to their base salary in the 2021-22 school year following a decision by board members at their June 29 meeting, moving it to … more
LINN — Gov. Mike Parson last week signed the FY 2022 state budget, which includes an allocation of $5 million in HB19 for Phase B of the Utility Technology Center. Phase B project is a 21,355 … more
After missing last season to COVID-19, Will Robertson entered this year as part of the High-A Vancouver Canadians ready to go but his season was sidetracked by a thumb injury. Now, he’s eager to … more
Fireworks fill the skyline during the Meta firework display. Members of the Paul A. Hasenbeck American Legion Post #317 of Freeburg on Friday night presented the colors prior to the start of the … more
OSAGE COUNTY — 4-H members from Osage County had the opportunity this year to attend a series of three-day camps held in May and June at the Osage County … more
Members of the Maries County Sheriff’s Office and LANEG drug task force on July 2 assisted the Osage County Sheriff’s Office and the Mid-Mo Drug Task Force with serving a search warrant for a … more
Osage County commissioners on Friday voted unanimously to file a lawsuit against Eldon C. Stutsman, Inc., Hills, Iowa, and David Landau. According to Osage County Presiding Commissioner Darryl … more
From the beginning of time, men have dug in the dirt. Every once in a while, one will come along who "digs" it for real. Here, think "digs" in the 60's sense. It's meaningful, enjoyable, and … more
Sarah Falter has been selected as the new Osage County Library manager after being with the Missouri River Regional Library (MRRL) for almost 12 years, most recently the Acquisitions Library … more
Many drivers are conscientious about locking their cars or arming the security system but most do not think about individual parts of their vehicle that may be worth stealing. Osage County … more
Chamois R-1 school board members last Wednesday approved a deficit budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year. The new budget comes up $48,306 short, with estimated revenues for the new fiscal year of … more
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