Reclaimed Wood for Dummies in Owensville MO 65066
Yet another previously prevalent wood for constructing barns and various structures was redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) on the US west coast and American Chestnut. Starting in 1904, a chestnut blight unfold through the US killing billions of yankee Chestnuts, so when these constructions were being afterwards dismantled, they were being a welcome supply of this appealing but later on unusual wood for subsequent reuse.
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Rock Island Trail group hosting open-house meetings
The meetings in Owensville, Versailles and Meta will take place 5:30-7:30 p.m. over a three-day period. "We hope people who are interested in the trail will attend," said Greg Harris, executive direct...
Three Inductees For Hall of Fame
The program begins at 4 p.m. To be inducted are David Rees, Columbia, Dave Marner, Owensville, and Thelma Blumberg, St. Louis, who died in 2012 at the age of 91. The Photojournalism Hall of Fame was e...
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Owensville man arrested on DWI charge after crashing motorcycle
OWENSVILLE, Mo. - A man was seriously hurt Friday night when he crashed his motorcycle in Gasconade County, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol records. The crash report said the motorcyclist, ...
More than three months after human remains found in Owensville, few answers
GASCONADE COUNTY, MO. • More than three months after the discovery March 21 of human remains in a pond near Owensville — a case that authorities said appeared to be murder — the identity of the victim ...