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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

COVID vaccines offered June 16 in Monroe County

The Monroe County Health Department said it will be offering Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines from 9-11 a.m. next Wednesday, June...

Summer songs for 90 years

The Waterloo Municipal Band took it from the top once again last Tuesday night, beginning its concert with a rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner”...

Remembering Columbia’s fearless pilot

One century ago, a feat that was considered impossible at the time, or at least too dangerous to attempt, was completed as two members...

Zahnow principal retires

One of the longest-serving members of the Waterloo School District has had her final day of school.  Zahnow Elementary School Principal Mary Gardner is retiring...

Motorcycle crash west of Red Bud

Emergency personnel responded about 7 p.m. Saturday to a motorcycle crash on G Road near MM Road west of Red Bud. The Monroe County...

Matthews suit moves along

The lawsuit filed in the 2019 death of Jonah Matthews is making its way through the St. Clair County judicial system, with a tentative...

Unlocked vehicles entered in Columbia

Police are investigating the unlawful entry of unlocked vehicles early Sunday morning in the Columbia Lakes subdivision of Columbia. There were five burglary to motor...

Waterloo’s new alderman excited about role

The Waterloo City Council has a new alderman, and he’s proud to be representing his ward. Matt Buettner, 36, ran unopposed for the Ward I...

Two-vehicle crash Thursday near Red Bud

The Monroe County Sheriff's Department, EMS and Red Bud police and fire departments responded around 3:30 p.m. Thursday to a report of a two-vehicle...

Vehicle break-ins in Millstadt

At about 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, the Millstadt Police Department received a report of a suspicious vehicle and multiple suspicious subjects attempting to open vehicle...

Monroe County COVID update

Here is the latest on the novel coronavirus pandemic in Monroe County.  • The county has recorded just five new COVID cases since June 2,...

Columbia hires assistant superintendent

The Columbia School Board hired Alyssa Smith as the school district’s new assistant superintendent during its May 19 meeting.  Smith, who has most recently served...
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