Montgomery County,

Concerned citizen leads police to wanted man in Montgomery County

A Montgomery County man listed as a “person of interest” in numerous crimes that occurred in the Mineola-Big Spring area is arrested. 46-year-old William Hamby of Mineola was taken into custody Thursday. He’s facing numerous charges including domestic assault, tampering with a motor vehicle, and possession of methamphetamine. The Montgomery...
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Washington, MOKMOV

Catawissa woman charged after she confessed to thefts, Washington police say

WASHINGTON, Mo. ( – A woman was arrested after confessing to burglaries in Washington, Missouri, according to police. On May 27, the Washington Police Department received multiple stealing and burglary reports. One of the crimes was reported in the 300 block of State Street and another happened in the 500 block of Freemont Street. Additional thefts were reported around the same areas. Items were taken from vehicles, back porches, yards and a shed.
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A sentencing hearing for a 29-year-old Boonville man who pleaded guilty to multiple felony charges for shooting at another vehicle on I-70 in Montgomery County more than a year ago was postponed. A probable-cause statement says on April 7, 2020, Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers responded to the report of...

BOA approves pact with state for February natural gas loan

The city of Hermann has received approval -- and agreed to -- the terms of a loan with the state of Missouri that will reimburse natural gas costs from the February polar vortex. The Hermann Board of Alderman passed a resolution Monday night that authorizes the city to execute a...
Lincoln County,

Kiderlen found guilty on all charges

Troy, Mo. - A Lincoln County jury has sentenced a Troy man to 10 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections after convicting him Thursday night at the Lincoln County Justice Center. A jury took just over three hours to find Kevin Kiderlen, 44, guilty as charged on one count...

Trial begins in 2019 rape case

Troy, Mo. - Opening arguments and testimony began on Wednesday in the first day in the trial of a Troy man accused of raping of woman while she was unconscious in his home in 2019. Lincoln County First Assistant Prosecutor John Robert Krehmeyer laid out his case to the jury...
Franklin County,

Sally Dill to Exhibit at ECC Art Gallery

New York City artist and former Franklin County resident Sally Dill will be featured this summer at the East Central College Art Gallery. Dill’s show will be July 1 through Aug. 27. It is called “Pieces” and the exhibit is dubbed, “Playful Collage Works.”. Dill was born in St. Louis...
New Melle, MOBoone Country Connection

DB Elementary 2021-2022 Flag Design Winner

Each year in art class, the fourth graders at Daniel Boone Elementary School in New Melle design a flag that can be chosen to fly at the school the next year. This year, a design by AJ Ferguson was selected to fly during the 2021-2022 school year. AJ is the son of Katherine and Austin Ferguson of Foristell. He loves being outdoors, hanging out with friends and neighbors, and going to the lake. Congratulations to AJ and all past winners of this contest. We look forward to seeing a new design flying high at the school each year.

Farm cook enjoys sharing food with family, community

RHINELAND, Mo. — For Henrietta Bader, cooking for her family is a way of life, a way to provide for those she loves. “I always said my kids have a good nose, ’cause they can smell when mom’s got a good meal going,” she says. Bader has six kids and...
New Haven, MOWashington Missourian

Lime Scooters debut in New Haven

Following Washington’s lead, New Haven received 75 electric scooters on June 1 from Lime Scooters that can be rented through a smartphone. Washington received 60 scooters from the electric scooter company when it launched in late April. Robert Greenleaf, general manager of Lime’s operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas,...
New Haven, MOWashington Missourian

New Haven to get new city hall, renovated pool

A new city hall, a veterans memorial and a renovated pool are coming to New Haven. All of this will be on Highway 100 near Park Drive where the former pool is. At its regular meeting Monday, the New Haven Board of Aldermen heard a presentation from Cameron Schweiss of Archer-Elgin, an engineering and architectural company based in Rolla.
Wentzville, MO70 West Sentinel

City of Wentzville fireworks ordinance provisions

The City of Wentzville allows the use of fireworks between the hours of noon and 11 p.m. on July 3 and July 4. Any use beyond that time frame could trigger the issuance of a summons and confiscation of the fireworks. Fireworks can not be used on city-owned property, including...
Dutzow, MOWashington Missourian

Baseball — Elsberry Post 266 Seniors at Midwest Rage

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Olinda A. Wilmsmeyer, 98, of Hermann,

Olinda A. Wilmsmeyer, 98, of Hermann, MO, formerly of Marthasville, passed away Thursday, June 17, 2021 at StoneBridge Hermann. Olinda was born in Marthasville, Missouri on February 26, 1923, the daughter of the late Gus & Meta (Roewe) Ridder. She was the widow of Walter C. Wilmsmeyer. They were united...