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Monday, September 21, 2020

Local projects in capital plan

Lawmakers and Illinois Department of Transportation officials released details last week of work planned as part of the approximately $45 billion capital...

TEAMWork to expand nationally

A program that helps young adults with special needs and began in Columbia will soon start expanding...

Wedding venue zoning request tabled

A request to rezone a barn wedding venue in the 1400 block of Centerville Road in rural...

Fundraisers net $100,000 for Hopkins family

Local resident Ashley Hewitt presented a check on Saturday for $100,000 to Whitney Hopkins – wife of...

Crash victim was ‘emblematic of service’

James “Mitch” Ellis joined the U.S. Marine Corps in the early 1990s, serving on active duty from...

Miles Cemetery prairie protected

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources will soon recognize the natural prairie area adjacent to the Miles...

Hudson hangs up his clippers

When barber Dean Hudson, owner and operator of Dean’s Barber Shop in Dupo, posted on Facebook that...

Jaycees helping Avery

Within an hour of being alive, doctors  realized there was something wrong with Avery Mae Weier.

Wiegand keeps the peace

In observance of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, candlelight vigils are being held throughout the metro-east.

The highs and lows of cannabis

Local governments throughout the state are starting the process of deciding whether they will allow marijuana businesses within their jurisdictions when the...

Haunted Trail celebrating 30 years

An October tradition that predates the pumpkin spice craze returns beginning this Friday.  The Waterloo Sportsman’s Club Haunted Trail...

Longtime bartender buys The Outsiders

Regular patrons at The Outsiders in Waterloo may soon be seeing more of a familiar face, as...
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