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Saturday, September 26, 2020

Future of Royal Gate uncertain

Speculation that Royal Gate Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM of Columbia is closing are not true, general sales...

Wightman Pharmacy still thriving after all these years

In a modern world where large corporations seem to own everything, it is nice to drive down a small-town Main Street and patronize a...

Son joins father at Waterloo dental practice

There are two Beards practicing dentistry in Waterloo these days – possibly the first such father-son team in the city’s history. Dr. Daryll Beard and...

New store in historic schoolhouse

St. Paul Lutheran Church in Columbia’s historic schoolhouse is now home to A Fresh Look! by Cynthia,...

Counterfeit $100 bills in Red Bud?

The North County News reported Monday that a Red Bud bank believes it may have received two counterfeit $100 bills from two separate businesses. The...

More COVID cases in Monroe County; new death reported

Monroe County saw more people contract the coronavirus in recent days, bringing the overall county total to 126 cases since the pandemic...

Meeting held on proposed new I-255 interchange

An open house public meeting took place last Wednesday in the Dupo High School cafeteria about the proposed design of a new I-255 interchange...

New library director oversees change

It has been a year of change at Morrison-Talbott Library in Waterloo.  In addition...

Car wash owner continues fundraiser for wounded vets

Paying for a car wash will do more than just clean a car this Saturday. Sure Shine Auto Wash, 702 N. Market Street in...

New owner, same fun at Fountain Inn

Waterloo native Bill Griebel has set up shop as the new owner of Fountain Inn near Valmeyer, and hasn’t missed a beat in providing...

New I-255 interchange in process

Work is still progressing on the planned I-255 interchange in Dupo, though there is still not an estimate on when actual construction...

R-T wins more state awards

The Republic-Times newspaper, covering Monroe County and surrounding areas since 1890, on Friday brought home four first place plaques from the Illinois Press Association...
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