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Monroe County changing animal pound procedures

Monroe County is changing its procedures after an error recently caused a cat and its kittens to be left unattended for an extended time.  That...

April 2021 election process starts

As November’s presidential election heats up, the April 2021 consolidated election process is beginning in Illinois.  Monroe County Clerk Jonathan McLean said anyone interested in...

Indoor dining and drinking to close in metro east

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Tuesday that all indoor service at bars and restaurants in the metro east will be prohibited effective...

Poll workers key to upcoming election

As in the entire country, the coronavirus pandemic has forced Monroe County to adjust its Election Day plans in ways that have or may...

Monroe County reports new COVID death, at warning level again

With word spreading Monday afternoon of possible new restrictions being imposed due to rising coronavirus cases, Gov. JB Pritzker's office assured that current mitigation...

County critical of state actions

The COVID-19 pandemic once again took up a large chunk of the Monroe County Board meeting Monday morning.  Monroe County Health Department Administrator John Wagner...

CPD sergeant honored for MEGSI work

Columbia recognized a sergeant for his contributions among other business at Monday night’s Columbia City Council meeting. CPD Sgt. Mike Conrad was then recognized for...

New welcome signs for Waterloo

The Waterloo City Council on Monday night approved new welcome signs to replace existing ones at the four main entrances to town.  Cost of the...

Assessor explains property value increase

Despite many tax rates throughout Monroe County remaining steady or dropping slightly, many residents, particularly in Waterloo, may have been surprised by some of...

New COVID restrictions take place Tuesday

Gov. JB Pritzker announced Sunday that the metro east region would have new restrictions put in place effective Tuesday to help slow the spread...

Tax bill breakdown

The coronavirus pandemic has slowed much of the world down, but Monroe County residents should actually receive their real estate tax bills about two...

Clerk confident in vote by mail

By now,  Monroe County voters should have received a letter from Monroe County Clerk Jonathan McLean with instructions on how to vote by mail...
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