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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Family Video provides nostalgic fun

As more people have been spending more time at home this year, one of the places they may have turned to get some entertainment...

Carjacking reported in Dupo

A report of vehicular hijacking in the 400 block of Emma Avenue on Thursday night is under investigation. A woman reported about 7:15 p.m. that...

COVID case spike continues

Monroe County has continued to see rising coronavirus cases in recent days.  The county has had 1,345 total coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, with...

SPPCS switches to remote learning

Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic School in Waterloo has temporarily switched to remote learning due to a shortage of staff members and substitute teachers...

Waterloo schools may return to remote at upper grades

Waterloo Superintendent of Schools Brian Charron notified parents Saturday morning that students in sixth-12th grade may soon return to remote learning because the district...

Field fire near Monroe City

The Valmeyer and Maeystown fire departments responded about 3 p.m. Friday to a field of corn stubble on fire in the area of 4963...

Arrest made in Columbia pharmacy robbery

A Waterloo man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a Sept. 19 robbery at The Medicine Shoppe, 134 S. Main Street in Columbia. Jason L....

Wednesday brush fire in rural Columbia

Columbia Fire Department responded to a brush fire in the 6000 block of Triple Lakes Road around 3 p.m. Wednesday. Waterloo and Prairie du...

Clifftop buys another nature preserve

Clifftop announced its purchase of the Storment-Hauss Nature Preserve located on Reed Road, just one-half mile east of their Paul Wightman Subterranean Nature Preserve...

Republicans win big in Monroe County

Republicans’ dominance of Monroe County government will continue, as both GOP candidates won their elections here Tuesday.  Republican George Green of Maeystown beat Democrat Duane...

Monroe County nixes Bluff Road bike lane

Monroe County Engineer Aaron Metzger reported at Monday’s meeting of the Monroe County Board that the county will not apply for a grant to...

Columbia balks at chickens

The Columbia City Council cried fowl at Monday’s meeting concerning the keeping of domestic chickens within city limits. At the Sept. 21 meeting, Columbia Director...
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