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Frene Valley Health Center joins StoneBridge family

Posted on February 24, 2015 at 2:45 pm

On Feb. 1, Frene Valley Health Center became Frene Valley of Hermann – A StoneBridge Community. Jenny Van Booven, administrator, hosted an Open House on Tuesday, Feb. 10, inviting families and the community to meet the new owners.  Residents and family alike attended the party, enjoying refreshments while meeting the four siblings who own and operate StoneBridge Senior Living. The evening started with Cathy Lloyd, previous owner of both facilities,

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  • Gasconade County Assessor’s Office reminds about deadline for submitting declaration form

    Posted on February 24, 2015 at 2:41 pm

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      The Gasconade County Assessor’s Office mailed out notices for personal property declaration the frst week of January.  Taxpayers are reminded they face a March 1 deadline to return the declaration forms. It is important that the taxpayers get these forms completed and returned. Missouri Statute 137.280 calls for penalties to taxpayers for failure to return this form. The penalty for not returning this completed form is based upon the

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  • Hermann aldermen give final OK to electricity meter fee increase

    Posted on February 24, 2015 at 2:22 pm

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    Final approval was granted Monday night to an increase in the Hermann’s monthly electric meter fee. The Board of Aldermen gave second approval to legislation increasing the meter fee for residents form $12 to $30 per month. The fee is assessed, also, to commercial and industrial users and increases in size depending on the size of the user. A hike in the meter fee is the first step in what

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  • Sugar Mommas named Hermann Chamber’s top small business

    Posted on February 20, 2015 at 8:27 am

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    Sugar Mommas has been named Hermann’s top small business by the Hermann Area Chamber of Commerce. The sweet treat shop on Market Street owned by  Tammy Burkerhoff was honored during Thursday night’s Gerald Engemann Memorial Awards Banquet at Hermann Hill. Other Chamber awards were presented to Hermann High School senior Everett Knudsen as Distinguished Youth Award winner, teacher Missy Ash as Distinguished Educator Award winner, Dale Ridder as Distinguished Agriculture

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  • From The Mayor’s Desk

    Posted on February 17, 2015 at 2:37 pm

    Hermann Mayor Tom Shabel

    Last week, Justin Alferman presented HB 213 to the Utility Commission of the Missouri House of Representatives.  This bill would require the state auditor to perform an audit of the MoPep and MJMEUC systems in the state of Missouri.  This hearing afforded citizens the opportunity to testify before the commission.  Alderman Brian Chorley, Utility Advisory Board member Terry Hammer and the Mayor traveled to Jefferson City to testify in favor

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  • HREDC speaker will talk about federal health law effect on business

    Posted on February 17, 2015 at 1:59 pm

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    The effect of the federal Affordable Care Act on local employers will be outlined next week during a meeting of the Hermann Regional Econonic Development Corporation. The quarterly Contributor Meeting is set for  7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, at Hermann Area District Hospital’s conference room. Chris Neale, president of the HREDC Board of Directors, will give an overview of the group’s activities. The speaker for the event will be Andrew

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  • Accord clears way for Mercy review of ADHD workings

    Posted on February 17, 2015 at 1:53 pm

    Hermann Area District Hospital

    The way has been cleared for Mercy Health to conduct a full-bore review of business operations of Hermann Area District Hospital during the next three months. That review could lead to a greater presence of Mercy personnel at HADH. The due-diligence review is aimed at offering the HADH Board of Directors options for improving its financial condition. Mercy Hospital Washington officials have said it is not the intent of Mercy

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