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Arrest in copper wiring theft

A Prairie du Rocher man was arrested in connection with the theft of copper wiring last week in Randolph County. Randolph County Sheriff Jarrod...

Columbia man dies in I-64 crash

A Columbia man died at the scene of an early Friday morning crash on Interstate 64 in Washington Park.  Illinois State Police said  shortly after...

Thursday crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded shortly before 1 p.m. Thursday to a two-vehicle crash with possible injury on Route 3 southbound at South Main Street in...

Wednesday night crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded about 6:55 p.m. Wednesday to a two-vehicle crash on the Route 3 northbound ramp onto I-255 northbound in Columbia. Dispatch reports...

Names of judge candidates released

On Wednesday, 24th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Daniel J. Emge released the names of candidates who applied for two judgeship vacancies created when the...

Waterloo talks fire science, sex ed

The Waterloo School Board had an eventful meeting Monday night, with two members of the public speaking and plans for construction at Zahnow Elementary...

Cobalt chosen for CHS work

Last week’s Columbia school board meeting was largely quiet, though the  selection of an owner’s representative for a future high school remodeling project and...

Legal fight grows against gun ban

The legal fallout from an assault weapons ban recently signed into law by Illinois Gov. JB Prtizker continues. The Illinois State Rifle Association has joined...

Arrest in PDR sex assault

A Missouri man has been charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault that occurred earlier this month in Prairie du Rocher. The North County...

COVID lower locally

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday released its weekly COVID-19 “community level” data showing 28 counties in Illinois at an “elevated”...

Police report year-end trends

Law enforcement agencies throughout Monroe County have reported a continued return to pre-pandemic activity as 2022 appeared to be a rather average year of...

A new way to train

The late Roger Taake would have been proud of the community coming together to create a two-story “training tower” on Maeystown Volunteer Fire Department...
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