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At its regular monthly meeting, the Brush & Palette Club voted to cancel this year's Arts & Crafts Festival due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event is always held on the second full weekend in October.

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For months now, every facet of “normal” life has been upended by COVID-19. Where and how we work, learn, shop, socialize and even bank have all been affected. Yet, the bright spot amid this sea of change has been America’s enduring spirit as friends and neighbors work together to stay safe, …

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Jack M. Greene was born in Hamilton, MO to Clarence and Grace Bainter Greene on March 21, 1925.   He had one older sister, Janice Meredith.  At age 12, the family moved to Hermann, where his father opened Greene’s Department Store.   Jack graduated from Hermann High School in 1943, enrolled …

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Dr. Michael Rothermich, vice chief of staff at Hermann Area District Hospital, submitted the following information to the Advertiser-Courier on Monday:

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Out of an abundance of caution and to protect participants amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns, Missouri State Parks and the Missouri State Parks Foundation have cancelled the 2020 Katy Trail Ride scheduled to begin Monday, June 22.

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The U.S. Census Bureau, in coordination with federal, state and local health officials, will begin to drop off 2020 Census questionnaire packets at front doors of households in Missouri beginning this week.

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During this time of year, The Showboat Theatre would normally be showing several movies each month and collecting money to pay utilities, building maintenance and renovation projects. With the COVID-19 crisis, the lovely old theater has no funding coming in to pay for operating costs and ren…

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Despite the lingering pandemic, Hermann businesses continue to slowly reopen their doors to customers and are receiving the best precautions on coping with COVID-19.

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Officials with one Hermann charitable organization say local charitable donations are increasing as people start receiving their stimulus checks as part of the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, & Economic Security) Act.

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Officials with one Hermann charitable organization say local charitable donations are increasing as people start receiving their stimulus checks as part of the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, & Economic Security) Act.

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The Community Foundation of the Ozarks has awarded nine new COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund grants, surpassing $1.23 million in total grants made for pandemic-related needs, and with the Ministerial Alliance of the Hermann Area as one of the recipients.

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The Hermann Wurst Haus and Central Missouri Meat and Sausage in Fulton are the only Missouri meat processors to assist the Missouri Farm Bureau, by processing pork for donations to food pantries across the state.

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