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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

You could count on Ron

The Waterloo Post Office said “happy retirement” to three longtime rural mail carriers July 31, including a man who spent nearly 40 years on...

Bus drivers share rewarding experiences

Operating an almost 40-foot long vehicle is not part of many people’s day-to-day routines, but for drivers with Illinois Central School Bus in Waterloo,...

Sexual harassment suit against construction firm

A former office manager at T. Fuller Construction in Waterloo has filed a lawsuit against the business and its owner for alleged sexual harassment...

Wrongful death suit filed against Integrity

The family of a woman who died last July at the age of 62 has filed a lawsuit against Integrity Healthcare of Columbia, alleging...

Cornerstone Laine gets shot down

Last week, a saga of long public meetings regarding a proposed women-only recovery residence culminated with the Waterloo Zoning Board of Appeals voting against...

Zoning board to decide on Cornerstone Laine

Tuesday night, the Waterloo Planning Commission drafted a list of conditions it will recommend be included in a special use permit for the proposed...

New diner opens in Millstadt

After 22 years running Sunrise Restaurant in St. Louis, John Dinceroglu traded the hustle and bustle of the city for the quaint atmosphere of...

Columbia mulls new TIF district

As one tax increment financing district ends in Columbia, another one may be beginning.  At last Tuesday’s Columbia City Council meeting, Columbia Director of Community...

Zoning board OKs Sugar Spring pavilion, with restrictions

Owners of a rural Columbia wedding venue recently destroyed by fire approached the Monroe County Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday night to ask...

Splatter a one-stop creativity shop

After years in the medical industry, Joseph Immethun and his wife Jill decided it was time to combine his business knowledge with a long-standing...

Car lots bare due to chip shortage

By JORDYN KRETCHMER and MADISON LAMMERT For the Republic-Times As COVID fades and life begins to return to normal, the auto market industry continues to grapple...

Wheat harvest going well

Agriculture is the heart of the economy across Monroe County’s 398 square miles.   Farmers had been rushing to bring in the first of the...
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