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Suspect charged after vehicle break-ins south of Columbia

A 21-year-old Columbia man was charged following multiple vehicle break-ins early Wednesday morning in the Hawthorne Estates subdivision off Bluff Road south of Columbia....

Aging levee near Fults needs repairs

A lot of water can flow through a drain pipe that’s six feet in diameter.  The pipe in question is a critical part of the...

Columbia talks trails, projects

Walking trails, paths and streets were the main talking points at the Columbia City Council meeting on Sept. 8. The bulk of discussion concerned the...

Waterloo connecting its walkways

A loop of interconnected sidewalks and multi-use paths through Waterloo is moving closer to fruition. The Waterloo City Council last Tuesday night approved a task...

Zoning board nixes cell tower plans

The Monroe County Zoning Board of Appeals did not pass a proposal for a new cell tower in rural Columbia at its meeting last...

Roider hearing ordered sealed

A hearing in the case of Kyle Roider took place last Wednesday at the Monroe County Courthouse, but Judge Julia Gomric ordered the courtroom...

Judge enters order in Coleman case

Judge Stephen McGlynn officially entered his order last Tuesday in the Christopher Coleman case, dismissing all further motions by Coleman in his post-conviction relief...

Columbia food truck owner opens restaurant

A few years ago at his daughter’s first birthday party, Bryan Scott needed to make a meal that children and adults would enjoy.  As he...

Waterloo splash pad plans moving along

Plans for the splash pad at William Zimmer Memorial Park in Waterloo are progressing.  At its September meeting last Wednesday, the Waterloo Park District Board...

Mailboxes damaged in southern Monroe County

The Monroe County Sheriff's Department is investigating several reports of mailbox damage in the southern portion of the county that occurred late Monday night...

Waterloo schools shift to in-person

The Waterloo School District announced Tuesday afternoon that it would resume in-person learning beginning Sept. 24.  In a letter sent to parents late Tuesday afternoon,...

No new mitigations for region

The metro east will not face any additional mitigations to slow the spread of coronavirus in the region, according to St. Clair County Board...
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