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Thursday, July 9, 2020

County ready for fish fry season

While many people use Lent as an opportunity to sacrifice some luxury or pleasure, they gain a...

Crash victim sues drunk driver, tavern

A Millstadt mother of two who was injured in a January crash south of Hecker is suing a Red Bud man and...

Mabel ‘not kaput yet’ after 100 years

Mabel (Boedeker) Nollau has almost reached her goal.  She turns 100 this month, which...

Peterstown House work nearly done

Efforts that were announced last January at Waterloo’s historic Peterstown House are finally nearing the completion, meaning...

Pool group talks survey results

Waterloo Citizens for a Pool hosted a town hall meeting last Wednesday night in the Waterloo High School auditorium to discuss results...

Sunset Overlook keeps liquor license

Columbia's Sunset Overlook will keep its liquor license. The Liquor Control Commission met Friday with the owners of...

First Bank selling local branches

First Bank announced this week that it is selling 14 of its 94 branches – including the Waterloo, Columbia and Red Bud...

Thefts from unlocked vehicles in Millstadt

Millstadt police are investigating several reports of thefts from unlocked vehicles overnight in the Stonebridge Estates subdivision...

Crash on Route 3 south of Waterloo

Emergency personnel responded shortly before 1:15 p.m. Thursday to a four-vehicle crash on Route 3 at LL...

Waterloo is Elsa Strong

For about 4.5 years, Elsa Wiemerslage has been battling a rare form of pediatric cancer called acute...

Durbin: farmers treated unfairly

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

Prairie du Rocher plans future

The future of Prairie du Rocher is uncertain, but citizens and local leaders are working to make...
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