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Friday, November 27, 2020

Girl injured in UTV crash

Columbia EMS responded shortly before 4 p.m. Sunday to a utility terrain vehicle crash on Knights Bridge Road near Columbia in rural St. Clair...

Suspicious person report south of Waterloo

Area police agencies are on the lookout for a white male driving a small red pickup, either a Chevrolet S-10 or Ford Ranger, after...

Garage fire in New Hanover

The Columbia Fire Department responded to a fire in the garage of a residence at 11 Country Lane about 4:30 p.m. Friday. The fire was...

Friday injury crash south of Fults

Emergency personnel responded about 11:15 a.m. Friday to a vehicle crash in the area of 1837 Stringtown Road south of Fults in far southern...

Schools keep kids fed and educated

Although Gov. JB Pritzker has ordered all schools in the state to remain closed until at least April 7 to help slow the spread...

Businesses take it day by day

In a time rife with uncertainty, few Monroe County residents feel that right now more than business owners. “I think everybody’s just taking it day...

Lansing retiring from MCSD

One of the most prominent individuals in the local law enforcement community is retiring, as Monroe County Sheriff’s Department Under Sheriff Jim Lansing’s last...

New Millstadt chief ready to lead

A Millstadt native whose family roots go back over 100 years in the village is now serving as its police chief after Alan Hucke...

Donjon brings FBI training to CPD

Columbia Deputy Police Chief Jason Donjon now counts himself among the select few who have completed the FBI National Academy, as he recently completed...

CHS senior hosting podcast

After winning the Monroe County startUP Entrepreneur of the Year award last year, Jacob O’Connor has shifted his focus to a new venture. That is...

Going bald for cancer warriors

Waterloo’s Shaved Head Challenge raises $40,000 Faced with likely economic hardship on the horizon due to COVID-19, local residents still found money to donate to...

Waterloo School Board OKs admin contracts

The Waterloo School Board unanimously approved three-year contracts for many administrators in the school district at its March 16 meeting.  The board OK’d contracts for...