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Friday, December 4, 2020

Millstadt brewery set for debut

Millstadt will welcome a new business this week, as Millpond Brewing & Incubator is set to open Thursday at noon.  The brewery is owned by...

Event offers healing through horses

Despite only having lived in the area for about seven months, Laura Neiheisel is already giving back.  She is doing that by offering a free...

Sunset Overlook granted stay

In a victory for Sunset Overlook, Judge Julia Gomric temporarily suspended her order against the embattled Columbia establishment on Sept. 20.  “The court will not...

From WHS to CEO

When he was a teenager growing up in Waterloo, David Hoffmann’s first job was stuffing inserts for the Republic-Times newspaper on Saturdays. He soon moved...

MASC performs 100th show

In 1999, Kelly and Mike Hemmer put an ad in the local newspaper to gauge interest in forming a community theater group in Monroe...

New trail OK’d in Columbia

The Columbia Department of Public Works has another project to add to its already busy schedule. The city recently received a Transportation Alternatives Program grant,...

CDC warns of vaping-related illness ‘outbreak’

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning citizens about what it calls an “outbreak” of vaping-related illnesses.  That comes as 530 cases of...

Locally made film to premiere soon

A movie shot locally and featuring several local actors is set to be released in just a few months. “We have some really great footage,”...

CAP cadets flying right

Only about a month into its existence at the Red Brick School in Red Bud, the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program promoted its first...

POW-MIA monument unveiling Saturday

After being named a POW-MIA City this spring, Waterloo is taking more steps to honor veterans who were prisoners of war or are missing...

Hamilton is new Waterloo postmaster

Almost a year after Michael Hovey retired last September, the Waterloo post office officially has a new postmaster, as Adam Hamilton was installed Friday...

Toenjes was ‘second mom’ to many

Friends of the 73-year-old Waterloo woman who died in a fatal crash in Columbia on Labor Day are remembering her as a member of...