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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Durbin: farmers treated unfairly

U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) released a statement earlier this month accusing the United States Department of...

Early voting underway

https://youtu.be/YUMYD3ejZco?list=PLKeu8mjpr0LhNtCa6xvJdrzSUVMtsTAcn Early voting for the March primaries began Thursday in Monroe County, and the 23 people who...

Trump acquittal sparks response

The third presidential impeachment trial in America’s history ended last Wednesday when the U.S. Senate voted almost...

Columbia subdivision plan moves ahead

Many of the standing-room-only crowd went home disappointed after the Columbia Plan Commission voted Monday to recommend approval for a controversial proposed...

Mixed reactions to State of the State

Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker delivered his annual State of the State address last Wednesday, highlighting accomplishments of...

County talks leases, levees and more

The Monroe County Board of Commissioners met in a short session Monday morning at the courthouse. Leases were updated...

Another Columbia subdivision discussed

The room was once again full during the Columbia City Council meeting Monday night for a discussion about another proposed subdivision. 

Waterloo plays natural gas futures game

The City of Waterloo participates in a natural gas futures program as a way to protect its residents from unexpected price fluctuations.

Teaching impeachment

For only the third time in America’s history, a president has been impeached.  The...

Schimpf talks goals

State Sen. Paul Schimpf (R-Waterloo) has announced his goals for the 2020 legislative session.

Reitz discusses plans

State Rep. Nathan Reitz (D-Steeleville) spoke with the Republic-Times Tuesday to discuss his plans for the spring...

Zoning issues new and old

The Monroe County Zoning Board of Appeals discussed items relating to new and old issues at its meeting on Thursday. 
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