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Monday, March 30, 2020

Schools, churches, bars and restaurants closed as coronavirus closes in on area

Pictured is a note from JV's Downtown Bar & Grill in Waterloo regarding recently enacted restaurant regulations. (For...

Birds of another feather: Red Bud ostrich farm thriving

Pictured is the Salger family, which has been farming ostriches in Red Bud for 25 years.  A...

Columbia business has holistic, alternative options

Pictured, from left, are Renew Mind & Body Wellness owners Brandi Mayer and Heidi Donald at their business at 216 W....

New shop brings back old-time feel

When she was a young girl, Jenny Bullock made many memories shopping in downtown Waterloo.

Crash victim sues drunk driver, tavern

A Millstadt mother of two who was injured in a January crash south of Hecker is suing a Red Bud man and...

Sunset Overlook keeps liquor license

Columbia's Sunset Overlook will keep its liquor license. The Liquor Control Commission met Friday with the owners of...

First Bank selling local branches

First Bank announced this week that it is selling 14 of its 94 branches – including the Waterloo, Columbia and Red Bud...

Columbia DQ 2.0 welcomes you

Pictured are new Columbia Dairy Queen General Manager Don McDade and Owner David Lipe inside their newly remodeled business. 

Tin Rooster ready to serve

A new restaurant in Waterloo opened last week, though it bears similarities to a previous business. 

Columbia senior care facility fined again

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced last week that Integrity Healthcare of Columbia has been fined again for various violations. 

Extension has new leader

Amy Cope Those in the agriculture community have begun to familiarize themselves with a new face in a...

Dupo man bounces back

In order to get where he is today as president and owner of Inline Data Systems in...
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