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Friday, July 23, 2021

COVID experiences shared

While many questions still surround the novel coronavirus, we know that it affects people differently.  Two Monroe County residents who had relatively mild cases of...

Monroe County’s Pumpkin Man

Nathan Johanning is a man of many talents, and one is a passion to grow pumpkins.  He satisfies that “inner need” on the family farm...

A farm for everyone

What began as a vision six years ago has come into focus with sights on the future at the Baebler Educational Farm. The 103-acre property...

First walk to fight suicide set

Monroe County is set to host its first ever Out of the Darkness Walk to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention this Saturday,...

COVID death at Oak Hill; new cases at Integrity

Monroe County Health Department Administrator John Wagner confirmed Sunday that a resident of Oak Hill Senior Living & Rehabilitation in Waterloo has died of...

End of the trail for Camp Vandeventer

After 100 years of providing camping, leadership training and memories for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts  in the area, Camp Vandeventer at 3464 Trout...

HSS feeling pandemic’s effects

The coronavirus pandemic has been a fixture of life for over six months, and the toll it is taking on the mental health of...

COVID outbreak at Oak Hill; ISP visits Monroe County taverns

There has been a small coronavirus outbreak at Oak Hill Senior Living & Rehabilitation in Waterloo, and the Illinois State Police visited Monroe County...

Aging levee near Fults needs repairs

A lot of water can flow through a drain pipe that’s six feet in diameter.  The pipe in question is a critical part of the...

Waterloo splash pad plans moving along

Plans for the splash pad at William Zimmer Memorial Park in Waterloo are progressing.  At its September meeting last Wednesday, the Waterloo Park District Board...

No new mitigations for region

The metro east will not face any additional mitigations to slow the spread of coronavirus in the region, according to St. Clair County Board...

Wagner keeps up the fight

Monroe County Health Department Administrator John Wagner went on a fishing trip to Table Rock Lake in Missouri with his son for the weekend...
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