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Friess begins House term

Republican David Friess began his first term representing the 116th Congressional District when he was sworn in Jan. 13 in Springfield.  “It is a great...

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...

Bost describes Capitol chaos

U.S. Rep. Mike Bost, a Republican from Murphysboro who represents Monroe County as part of Illinois’ 12th congressional district, was among the 147 GOP...

EMA director retires

Ryan Weber recently ended his nine years as Monroe County Emergency Management Agency Director.  During his tenure, the county had four major flooding events Weber...

‘So far, so good’ for Green

It has been just over a month since George Green’s first meeting as a member of the Monroe County Board and, while acclimating to...

Bost among objectors in chaotic day at U.S. Capitol

U.S. Rep. Mike Bost, a Republican who represents Monroe County as part of Illinois' 12th congressional district, was among several GOP lawmakers in Washington,...

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...

Bigger plans for Schimpf?

State Sen. Paul Schimpf (R-Waterloo) confirmed on his official campaign social media pages Monday night that he is considering a run for Illinois governor.  That...

Liefer ‘hit the ground running’

After about a month on the job, Lucas Liefer’s prediction that his experience as assistant state’s attorney would help him in his new...

Columbia receives clean audit

The first meeting of the Columbia City Council in 2021 consisted of a review of city finances and accounting from the previous year. Jim Schmersahl...

Census success, bottoms buyout topics for Monroe County Board

The Monroe County Board learned that its residents were tops in Illinois for self-responding to the 2020 U.S. Census during Monday’s regular meeting at...

New laws in 2021

The Illinois General Assembly had an abbreviated year because of the pandemic.  The Legislature suspended its session because of COVID on March 16, only returning...
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