34.4 F
St Louis
Saturday, December 3, 2022
HomeNews

News

Three-vehicle crash Friday in Columbia

The Columbia police, fire and EMS departments responded at 4:50 p.m. Friday to a three-vehicle crash with lane blockage and apparent injury between Veterans...

Tax levy, state report card discussed 

The 2022 tax levy, repairs at Rogers Elementary and performance on the Illinois Report Card were among the larger topics of conversation at the...

More charges for Franke

A local man is facing new charges following a Nov. 17 incident in Columbia. Jared M. Franke, 24, of Columbia, was charged with felony obstruction...

Chamber exec steps down

The Waterloo Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced Tuesday that executive director Matt Caraway is resigning his position effective Dec. 15. “Join us in...

Help sought for Santa Float

The Santa Float is once again set to make its rounds through Waterloo this upcoming Christmas season. With the City of Waterloo, Sister Cities of...

IDNR monitors local waters for avian flu

At least 300 waterbirds, primarily snow geese, have died of suspected avian influenza at public hunting areas throughout Southern Illinois, the Illinois Department of...

FNB sponsors finance program for local students

First National Bank of Waterloo is bringing financial literacy education to several counties in Illinois.  Students at 17 schools now have free access to Banzai,...

Kish named interim Gibault principal

Mike Kish, the longtime principal of Immaculate Conception Catholic School in Columbia, will be serving as principal at Gibault  Catholic High School in Waterloo...

Columbia has new alderman

The Columbia City Council on Nov. 21 voted unanimously to confirm the appointment of Michael Lawlor to the open aldermanic seat created by the...

Turkey day run really taking off 

With Thanksgiving come and gone, some in Waterloo might have noticed a substantial crowd moving through town Thursday morning. That crowd was the bulk of...

New holiday tradition growing

Columbia will soon host its third annual Frosted Flick Fest, a winter movie-going event that has quickly become something of a holiday tradition for...

New manager at Helping Strays

Columbia native Kim Kocher is joining the Helping Strays team as the organization’s new shelter manager. A recent announcement shared by Helping Strays explains that...
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
error: Content is protected !!