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Saturday, April 4, 2020

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...

Art on wheels

Pictured is Jennifer Beech with The Artstream Studio, the mobile art studio and event venue she owns that is based in...

Sauget dispensary OK’d for recreational cannabis

A medical cannabis dispensary in Sauget has received its license from the state to sell adult-use recreational cannabis.  The...

Walmart sued for exploding bike tire

A man is suing Walmart in Waterloo for injuries allegedly sustained as a result of an exploding bicycle tire.

Woman sues Schnucks for cart incident

A woman is seeking monetary compensation in a seven-count lawsuit related to a 2015 incident at the Waterloo Schnucks. 

First CNA grads at Oak Hill

Pictured, from left, Kaitlyn Weber of New Athens, Tiffany Bregen of East Carondelet, Briana Brinkmann of Waterloo, Jacque Carr of Dupo,...

No cannabis biz for Valmeyer

Valmeyer has been busy in recent weeks attending to matters related to law enforcement.  The village board recently voted...

New store in historic schoolhouse

Pictured is Cynthia Hill in her newly opened store A Fresh Look! by Cynthia, located at 114 W. Liberty Street in...

Man sentenced for abandonment of chemicals in Millstadt

Pictured is the former location of Advanced Asymmetrics in Millstadt. A Belleville man was sentenced this week in...
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