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Friday, December 4, 2020

Fire damages Dupo police vehicle

The Dupo Fire Department responded about 10:45 p.m. Monday to a Dupo police vehicle on fire on I-255 northbound near Exit 10. The cause...

‘Mr. Rotary’ remembered

George Ziebold, known around Waterloo as “Mr. Rotary,” died last Tuesday at the age of 94. Friends of Ziebold said he leaves behind a legacy...

Surprise support for Stubborn German

The owners of Stubborn German Brewing Company in downtown Waterloo received an early Christmas present Thursday night when members of the Waterloo Masonic Lodge...

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...

Chart-topping success for Alexandra Kay

A Waterloo woman reached new heights in her music career over the weekend, as her new single debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes...

New Oak Hill director excited for opportunity

The path a self-described military brat followed to his role as administrator of Oak Hill Senior Living & Rehabilitation in Waterloo has varied directions...

Ludwig celebrates century of ‘good living’

ebrated her 100th birthday in the same manner she has spent most of her life, surrounded by family and friends.  A socially distant drive-by birthday...

Ss. Peter & Paul pastor ready to serve

Father Linus Umoren has only been on the job since Aug. 16, but he can already tell he will enjoy serving as pastor at...

Gibault grad becomes sister

A 2007 Gibault Catholic High School graduate recently became a member of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, joining a community she was...

Columbia woman injured in Missouri crash

A Columbia woman was injured in a golf cart crash Friday evening at the Lake of the Ozarks. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that...

Thursday evening crash in Waterloo

A two-car crash occurred about 7:15 p.m. on Route 3 at GG Road in Waterloo. Police said a 2000 Lincoln sedan driven by Louis...

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...