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Centenarian has enjoyed blessed, wonderful life

Helen Werling celebrated her 100th birthday on Jan. 17 at Oak Hill Senior Living & Rehabilitation Center in Waterloo with family, friends and 100...

Restrictions lessened in metro east; COVID deaths up to 76

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Friday that Region 4, which is all metro east counties including Monroe County, moved to Tier 2...

Vaccine in high demand

Monroe County hosted its first COVID vaccine clinic for members of the general public on Monday. The county also revealed the process people will use,...

Millstadt to start streetscape project

Millstadt is gearing up to begin a small streetscape project on about two blocks of one of the town’s main roads.  Mayor Michael Todd said...

Waterloo honors good neighbor

The Waterloo City Council recognized a local man for helping neighbors during Monday’s meeting at City Hall.  Glen Bieber was presented the Good Neighbor Award...

Vaccination clinic successful; Monroe County at 70 COVID deaths

Monroe County hosted its first vaccination clinic for individuals in the 1b group Monday at the Monroe County Fairgrounds in Waterloo. "The clinic went...

Bise ends long career of service

nsider the face of Shelby’s Auto Repair, and Liefer Garage before it, has retired.  Candy Bise’s last day as the service advisor at the Waterloo...

Health care workers lean toward vaccine

As rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine continues, numerous local individuals have had the opportunity to get vaccinated because they work in health care.  But not...

More COVID deaths in Monroe County as vaccine rollout continues

The Monroe County Health Department completed another round of vaccines as more COVID-related death and record hospitalizations were reported. The latest vaccine shipment – again...

Mayor grateful for support after wife’s death

Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith, still grieving over the Christmas Eve death of this wife to cancer, offered a tearful message of thanks to the...

What to expect in 2021

The question on many people’s minds as we begin 2021 is how much it will resemble years before the novel coronavirus pandemic.  • One key...

Vaccine prep for long-term facilities

As the  vaccination of health care workers for COVID-19 continues, residents and employees of long-term care facilities in Monroe County will soon have the...
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