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Events beginning with a report of shots fired at Pointer’s Creek Conservation Area last Wednesday, Jan. 12, ended in tragedy with the apparent suicide of Anthony M. Kroll, 17. First aid was … more
Osage County Commissioners on Wednesday, Jan. 12 approved the 2022 Osage County budget, which features a pay raise for all full-time county employees who had not received one in the past couple of … more
Glen Holtmeyer, 56, of St. Elizabeth, grew up thinking nothing of having a few beers with friends or at an event and then climbing behind the wheel. “That’s just the way it was,” … more
Missouri Canvassers hosted a presentation by Dr. Douglas Frank on Jan. 4 at Ely Manor in Linn where the proponent of election law reform spoke on data he is using to try to prove election fraud in … more
Missouri State Parks will be hosting a Jan. 20 public meeting from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Scenic Regional Library in Owensville, followed by an assessment meeting for city, county, and state officials … more
VIENNA — At the December meeting, the Maries-Osage Ambulance District (MOAD) Board voted to increase the district’s rate for basic life support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) for … more
Filing for the April election closed on Dec. 28, and the slate is set for those seeking office in municipal, school board and other tax-funded district races as of press … 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
In an effort to improve employee recruitment and retention in an ever-challenging and competitive market, Osage Ambulance District board members at their December meeting agreed to a salary increase, … more
Osage County residents of voting age will have an opportunity to vote and elect members to the University of Missouri Extension Council in January. The elected and appointed members of the extension … 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
Communities along the 144-mile Rock Island corridor are already preparing to apply for the grants from the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), passed Nov, 15, that may be used for trails and … more
ELDON, Mo., — The state of Missouri on Dec. 14 accepted 144 miles of the Rock Island Trail into the parks system. Mark Birk, Ameren Missouri senior vice-president for Customer and Power … more
Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin reported this week that pediatric doses of the Pfizer vaccine are now available by appointment for children aged 5-11. “Our … 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
Chamois Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members are holding a food drive at school and in the community from Nov. 6-16. Students are collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items … more
Osage County Collector Denise Nolte has reported that the tax bills sent out last week will result in the collection of $9,764,869.36 in real estate and personal property taxes, an increase of … more
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