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  • Judge: Coleman bodies can be relocated

    A Randolph County judge on Monday afternoon ruled that the bodies of a Columbia mother and her two sons murdered in 2009 can be moved from their current resting places in a Chester cemetery and re-buried upstate...

    • Posted November 5, 2012
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  • Fort Kaskaskia building destroyed by fire

    Fire destroyed the main shelter building at Fort Kaskaskia State Historic Site in rural Ellis Grove shortly before midnight on Halloween night, the North County News reported.  The Ellis Grove Fire Department received assistance from the Evansville...

    • Posted November 2, 2012
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  • Strange lights in the Tuesday night sky

    Sheriff’s department deputies in Monroe and St. Clair counties turned their eyes to the sky Tuesday night near Paderborn just east of Waterloo, after multiple callers reported seeing unusual lighted objects in the horizon sometime after 7...

    • Posted October 24, 2012
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  • Coleman bodies to remain in Chester, for now

    A judge in Randolph County ruled Tuesday that the bodies of a Columbia mother and her two sons cannot be exhumed from their current resting place in a Chester cemetery. According to the Belleville News-Democrat, Judge Richard...

    • Posted October 16, 2012
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  • Ministry dismissed from Coleman wrongful death lawsuit

    In an order handed down Tuesday by Judge Richard Aguirre at the Monroe County Courthouse, a motion to dismiss a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Sheri Coleman against Joyce Meyer Ministries was granted, with...

    • Posted September 20, 2012
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  • Ministry seeks removal from wrongful death suit

    Attorneys representing Joyce Meyer Ministries and the family of Sheri Coleman appeared before a judge in Monroe County court last Wednesday afternoon, as the ministry made arguments in support of a request to be removed from the...

    • Posted August 22, 2012
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  • Baum praised as key to Valmeyer’s survival

    Harold Baum was larger than life, bridging the gap between old and new Valmeyer — figuratively and literally. “You just felt like he’d be around forever,” said Jim Richards, who worked many years with Baum in the...

    • Posted April 11, 2012
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  • Metzger Equipment closing after 120 years

    A family business that started as a blacksmith shop 120 years ago in downtown Waterloo and evolved into one of the largest farm implement dealers in the region has decided to close its doors. “It’s just time...

    • Posted February 22, 2012
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  • Longtime editor praised as community treasure

    Simply referring to Bob Voris as a newspaperman is like calling Stan Musial just a baseball player. The man’s legacy, like Musial’s, remains the standard of his profession the likes of which we may never see again....

    • Posted February 1, 2012
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  • Joyce Meyer
    Televangelist to give deposition in Coleman wrongful death case

    A judge last Wednesday granted a motion by the plaintiffs to conduct discovery depositions of televangelist Joyce Meyer, her son, and another ministry official as part of a wrongful death lawsuit filed last year in Monroe County...

    • Posted January 25, 2012
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  • Waterloo native joins wife in marathon of life

    Waterloo native Chris Benyo has run more than 30 marathons in 22 states throughout his life. But the one he plans to run in May will trump them all. “It will be pretty emotional,” he said. Benyo,...

    • Posted December 21, 2011
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  • Vietnam vets get their just due in Waterloo

    Many Vietnam War veterans would most likely rather forget what they experienced there. But memories of the praise heaped upon nearly 80 local veterans of that nasty conflict on Friday night in the Waterloo High School gym...

    • Posted November 16, 2011
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