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A pair of JV Lady Bearcats battle for a rebound in Monday night's game with St. Clair.

JV Lady ‘Cats fall to St. Clair in conference contest

Posted on December 17, 2014 at 7:59 am

The St. Clair Lady Bulldogs Junior Varsity squad used a balanced scoring attack Monday night to claim a 52-34 win over the Hermann Lady Bearcats. Eight Bulldogs scored on the night and four of those scored 8 points each. Hermann was led in scoring by sophomore forward Ellie Holland with 9. JV Head Coach Andy Emmons saw his club stay within 2 points by the end of the 1st quarter,

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  • Hermann VFW Auxiliary treats River Bluff employees to dinner

    Posted on December 17, 2014 at 7:56 am

    The Hermann VFW Auxiliary makes a donation to River Bluff Industries.

    Riverbluff Industries was an infant enterprise in Hermann in 1981 when then-VFW Auxiliary President Dorothy Thornton suggested the Auxiliary give a gift to the organization. The sheltered workshop employs and empowers adults with physical and mental challenges by providing them the opportunity for gainful, meaningful employment close to home. The concept of mainstreaming special-needs persons was rather innovative, even for the time. Often, challenged individuals, who thrive on human interaction,

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  • St. Clair erupts late in game, blows past Hermann Lady ‘Cats

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    Tesla Ruediger brings the basketball up the court Monday night against St. Clair.

    St. Clair erupted for 29 points in the final frame of Monday night’s Varsity contest to claim a conference victory against the Hermann Lady Bearcats 59-50. Behind the scoring of ‘Cats guard Tesla Ruediger, Hermann overcame a 3-point halftime deficit to end the 3rd quarter with a 37-30 lead. But St. Clair used a balanced scoring attack — three players hit in double figures — to outscore Hermann 29-13 in

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  • Filing for local offices began Tuesday, runs through Jan. 20

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    vote your vote counts

    Filing began Tuesday for positions that will be decided in the April 4 elections. Offices that will be on that ballot include school board seats, city aldermanic positions and directorships on ambulance boards and the Hermann Area District Hospital Board of Directors. In the City of Hermann, there are two regularly scheduled seats before voters — one each in Wards 1 and 2 — and a special election to fill

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  • Gasconade Democrats nominate Doug Schwartz

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    demo donkey

    Hermann businessman Doug Schwartz has been selected as the Gasconade County Democrat Party nominee for the County Commission’s Northern District seat. The associate commissioner’s post will become vacant Dec. 31 when incumbent Larry Miskel will receive the oath of office as the new presiding commissioner. His resignation from the associate commissioner’s seat will occur at the time he becomes the new presiding commissioner. The county’s Republican Central Committee has tabbed

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  • Winners named in the Amtrak utility box decorating contest

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    art winners web

    This past summer, the city of Hermann approached the Hermann Garden Club to help it design and landscape the exterior of the new train station. The Garden Club, working with Ben Laboube, director of Hermann Parks Department, City Administrator Mark Wallace and Creekside Nursery, completed most of the job this past fall. “One of the last tasks to complete the project was to decorate the big, ugly utility box that

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  • New folks to get settled in at Hermann City Hall

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    Dave Faerber receives the oath of office from Hermann City Clerk Patricia Heaney.

    Two key positions in Hermann city government have been filled. Dave Faerber has been named the Ward 2 aldermanic seat vacated recently by Justin Alferman and Elias McDonald has been named as the city’s tourism director. Faerber was sworn into office last week; McDonald is scheduled to begin his duties Jan 1. For a full version, see this week’s edition of the Advertiser-Courier.

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