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Hermann's Lantern Parade Friday night kicks off holiday season in the community

The annual Children's Lantern Parade, sponsored by the Hermann Arts Council in partnership the Hermann Area Chamber of Commerce, will usher in the 2017 Christmas season on Friday at 6:30 p.m. Beginning at the intersection of 1st and Gutenberg streets, the parade will wind through the historic downt


Hermann trucker files federal lawsuit against city for alleged excessive force

Several months after Hermann City Hall dropped its effort to prosecute a truck driver in state Circuit Court for a parking violation after its witness failed to show up, Wayne Gerling has begun his own legal action against the city - in U.S. District Court. Gerling has filed a federal lawsuit again


Hermann's Market Street bridge over Frene Creek placed on county's priority list

Hermann City Hall has succeeded in winning priority recognition for a new Market Street bridge over Frene Creek. Sort of. While the Gasconade County Commission agreed to upgrade the project - one of several existing projects on the county's road-and-bridge wishlist - to the priority list, it place


Tablescapes 2017 Opens in Rotunda In Hermann Park

Next weekend kicks off the 2017 Christmas Tablescapes event in Hermann's upper city park. The exhibit of tables with themed holiday decorations is slated for Dec. 2-3, and Dec. 9-10, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The Rotunda building, which also will be decorated for the holidays, provides a uniq

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-21 23:32:31

Doe Camp 2017 raises $14,800 for cancer research

Adam Puchta Winery in Hermann held its 7th annual Doe Camp on Friday, Nov. 3, and raised $14,800 for the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer and the Just Call Me Ray foundation. Doe Camp is a ladies night out; however, "bucks" were welcome. The evening featured wine tastings, cash-and-carry vendors


Gasconade County sales tax revenue holds firm as end of year nears

The Gasconade County Courthouse. The arrival of the November sales tax reimbursement check from the state - larger than the check received a year earlier - has Gasconade County administrators anxiously awaiting the December check. With the year-to-date sales tax running $24,490 ahead of the amount


Clocks ticking for contractor to meet target date on Gasconade County Courthouse roof project

Time waits for no man. And no woman, either. Just ask Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow. "I was hoping to get most of this done this year," she said, referring to fix-up jobs inside the Courthouse made necessary by decades of a leaky roof. "But," she told the County Commission, "we're running ou


Black Friday retail-sales forecasts are always off the mark

FILE - In this Nov. 28, 2014, file photo, Target shoppers Kelly Foley, left, Debbie Winslow, center, and Ann Rich use a smartphone to look at a competitor's prices while shopping shortly after midnight on Black Friday, in South Portland, Maine. Stores have been pushing deals on holiday merchandise t

ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH - 2017-11-22 19:53:00

Police chase ends in crash and arrest of De Soto man

A 28-year-old De Soto man wanted on outstanding warrants was arrested Nov. 17 after a police chase that started in Crystal City and ended in a crash in the Festus area, Crystal City Police Capt. Mike Pruneau said. At 8:18 p.m., a Crystal City Police officer pulled over the man on Truman Boulevard ne

MYLEADERPAPER.COM - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Former Waterloo man charged with 15 counts of sex assault of a young girl

A Brosley, Mo., man sexually assaulted a girl younger than 13 in Waterloo, according to charges filed in Monroe County Glenn Patrick Ward, 54, was arrested Monday after a warrant was issued his arrest in mid-October, according to online court records. Ward faces 15 counts of predatory criminal sexua

NEWS-DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 00:11:00

Space boy abuzz after chance encounter

Pictured is young Lukas Pilkey with legendary former astronaut Buzz Aldrin following his speech at Saint Louis University last Wednesday. (submitted photo) The 6-year-old son of a Waterloo native had the experience of a lifetime last week when he got to meet a legendary former astronaut. Buzz Aldrin

REPUBLICTIMES.NET - 2017-11-22 18:45:00

Mundane Talk of Trees and Leaves | Mark's Remarks

My yard has evolved somewhat since we first moved in 10 years ago. Two trees that were once there have since died mysterious deaths and had to be cut down. In fact, we've had some mysterious happenings involving trees in both our front and back yard. A few weeks ago, I was standing on our deck, loo

REPUBLICTIMES.NET - 2017-11-22 17:30:00

Ashlyn Wightman | Athlete of the Week

Ashlyn Wightman The Republic-Times Athlete of the Week is Ashlyn Wightman of the Gibault Catholic High School girls basketball team. The 6-foot-tall sophomore center has been a force inside for the Hawks (2-1) so far this season, averaging nearly a double-double per game. Wightman scored 35 points

REPUBLICTIMES.NET - 2017-11-22 00:36:00

Leah and Jack | Pets of the Week

Leah and Jack Leah and Jack are brother and sister and this bonded pair will be adopted together. They are great little dogs who would love to sit on your lap and receive lots of affection. They both love kids, taking walks, and know how to sit and speak. Jack is playful but not as confident as Leah

REPUBLICTIMES.NET - 2017-11-22 00:32:00

Edna W. "Lettie" Noelke | Obituary

Edna W. "Lettie" Noelke Edna W. "Lettie" Noelke (nee Roever), 99, of Waterloo, died Nov. 20, 2017, in Waterloo. She was born Aug. 31, 1918, in East St. Louis, daughter of the late Charles and Olga Roever. When Lettie was a 1-year-old, her family moved to Waterloo, where they bought the building on

REPUBLICTIMES.NET - 2017-11-22 00:18:00

Man Who Enrolled in College Under Fake Name Sentenced to Prison

A former college student was sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison today for using a fake name to enroll in school. Malachi Duncan, 32, pleaded guilty in July to aggravated identity theft and conspiracy to commit student loan fraud. Authorities say the former Hillsboro resident used th

RFT (RIVERFRONT TIMES) - 2017-11-21 08:00:00

N'Tini's back in Mandeville after Due North heads south

Early Wednesday morning (Nov. 22), a temporary banner was affixed over the Due North Restaurant sign on the eatery's facade in Mandeville's Village Shopping Center. "Now Open" in bold red letters proclaimed that N'Tini's is back with the signature dishes and cocktails it sold from the location for 1

NOLA.COM - 2017-11-22 17:38:14

Do you remember Bechac's in Mandeville? A lost restaurant

Bernard de Marigny built this Mandeville house in 1834 as a lakeside retreat. For a few years, starting in 1885, it was Paul Arcenaux's Casino Restaurant. But from 1912 until the final years of the 20th century, day trippers and residents knew the place as Bechac's. Five generations of the Bechac fa

NOLA.COM - 2017-11-21 12:05:28

Ochsner opens new Mandeville clinic for pediatric and primary care

Ochsner Health Systems has formally opened its new 17,500-square-foot pediatric and primary care clinic near Mandeville City Hall, one of two major projects in western St. Tammany Parish for the health care provider. The new clinic, located at 3235 East Causeway Approach, has a staff that includes 1


Convicted felon accused of dealing drugs from his Lacombe home

A 31-year-old Lacombe man who was under investigation by the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office Narcotics Task Force is facing numerous drug charges after deputies responded to a disturbance at his home and found narcotics in plain view, authorities reported Tuesday (Nov. 21). Anthony Foster, a con

NOLA.COM - 2017-11-21 16:20:15