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Stolen trailer from Columbia recovered; man charged

An enclosed trailer stolen from outside a residence in the Columbia Lakes subdivision in Columbia early the morning of Aug. 1 was recovered last...

Flash flooding in Monroe County

Due to heavy rainfall in an area already saturated due to recent storms, the National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Monroe...

Tax bill breakdown

The coronavirus pandemic has slowed much of the world down, but Monroe County residents should actually receive their real estate tax bills about two...

Columbia schools switch to remote

In a change of course, the Columbia School District announced Monday it will begin its school year with remote learning only. The district had previously...

Clerk confident in vote by mail

By now,  Monroe County voters should have received a letter from Monroe County Clerk Jonathan McLean with instructions on how to vote by mail...

PdR national park effort gets boost

Good news for Prairie du Rocher and the surrounding community could not have come at a better time. Efforts by local politicians, leaders, residents and...

Waterloo OKs teachers contract

The Waterloo School Board approved a new one-year contract with the Waterloo Classroom Teachers’ Association at a special meeting Monday night.  Effective Aug. 1, the...

Judge hears arguments in Coleman case

Judge Stephen McGlynn heard arguments from both Christopher Coleman and the state Thursday during the convicted murderer’s latest hearing in his post-conviction relief petition...

Roider hearing set for Sept. 9

A hearing in the case of Kyle M. Roider will take place 1:30 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Monroe County Courthouse, during which a...

Monday night crash in Waterloo

Emergency personnel responded shortly after 9 p.m. Monday to a two-vehicle crash in the 500 block of North Market Street near State Bank's wedge...

Monday evening storm wreaks havoc

A fierce thunderstorm barreled through Monroe County and surrounding areas shortly after 6 p.m. Monday, resulting in downed trees and limbs, power outages and...

Columbia man charged with battery, threat to police officer

A local man who recently completed probation for prior felony convictions was charged with multiple new felonies last week after allegedly striking a police...
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