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Heat could test power capability

Monroe County residents may expect rolling blackouts or brownouts as energy-intensive summer months coincide with a potential shortage of power in the region. Concerns come...

Unverferth joins R-T staff

Red Bud native Andrew Unverferth has joined the Republic-Times staff as the newspaper’s lead reporter.  Unverferth, a 2018 Gibault Catholic High School graduate, recently earned ...

FNB buys The Village Bank

First National Bank of Waterloo and its parent company, First Waterloo Bancshares, Inc., and The Village Bank and its parent company, Village Bancshares, Inc.,...

New law good for industrial biotech

On May 27, the Illinois Industrial Biotechnology Partnership Act was signed into law by Governor JB Pritzker and establishes the Industrial Biotechnology Public-Private Partnership...

MCEC to withdraw second rezoning request

A tie vote at Thursday's meeting of the Monroe County Planning Commission prompted a planned withdrawal of a rezoning request by the owners of...

Pergola request denied in Waterloo

A downtown Waterloo restaurant’s request earlier this month to build a detached pergola as part of renovation efforts failed to advance past the committee...

Salmonella linked to Jif peanut butter

The Illinois Department of Public Health is working with local health departments, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration...

Investments strengthen midwest ports

More than a half a billion dollars in recent, current or expected improvements at three midwestern ports will strengthen these facilities and reinforce their...

Dupo railyard an example of optionality

An unprecedented disruption in the global supply chain due to the COVID-19 pandemic is still having a major impact on many U.S. industries.  Freight rail...

Integrity sued again

A lawsuit was filed May 19 in Monroe County court against Integrity Healthcare of Columbia, located at 253 Bradington Drive, and an unspecified staffing...

Formula shortage felt locally

In the 17 years she’s been a mother, Waterloo’s Angie Hoernis has not seen anything like what she’s currently navigating with her 5-month-old daughter:...

Lightning strike causes fire at Columbia office

Multiple departments battled an early Saturday morning structure fire in Columbia that was caused by a lightning strike. Columbia, Waterloo and Millstadt firefighters responded to...
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