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Friday, September 18, 2020

The gift of life

Ashlea Moravec knew something was amiss as early as 2004. After she gave birth...

Hear the train a comin’ at Oak Hill

Joe Berry has a passion for trains, both the full-size version and ones that can fit in...

Camp Wartburg adds rec center

Since Lutheran Children Family Services bought Camp Wartburg in 1996, the facility has grown significantly. 

The singing superintendent

At a recent Waterloo School Board meeting, the board discussed adding guitar classes to Waterloo High School’s...

Puppies named after officer who took action

A local woman brought her 7-week-old labradoodle puppies into the Waterloo Police Department on Friday afternoon, but...

Rau-Athon raises over $1,000

A Thanksgiving tradition that started in 2012 with only about 25 people raised more than $1,000 this...

A decade of singing in Valmeyer

A group created to help celebrate a community milestone is now commemorating one of its own, as...

HSS stops cardboard recycling

Human Support Services announced last week that it will no longer accept cardboard for recycling, at least for now. 

New program forms future machinists

Southwestern Illinois College and Red Bud High School have joined to train for a well-paying profession in...

Waterloo Santa Float set to ride

The ever-popular Santa Float will again make its way through Waterloo, bringing gifts and holiday cheer to all. The...

The legend of Red Lehr

When he was 5 years old, David “Red” Lehr made his onstage debut when he stepped on...

City mulling future of Waterloo Commons

The Waterloo City Council is deciding whether to extend the length of a business district created as part of the relocation of...
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