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Damages awarded in house explosion suit

A Monroe County jury returned a verdict in favor of awarding total damages of $2.23 million to Dan and Terri Krebel as the result...

Examining media mistrust

(Editor’s note: This article is the final installment in a series exploring media literacy and its multiple facets. This week, experts weigh in on...

Spare Thyme Farms keeps growing

When Brianna Voelker and Josh Harlan, the now-wedded masterminds behind Waterloo’s Spare Thyme Farms, first met in 2014 at Southeast Missouri State University, they...

Local news watches out for you

(Editor’s note: This article is part of a series exploring media literacy and its multiple facets. This week, the inner operations of  local news...

JLP defamation suit grows

A suit by JLP Homes claiming defamation against Gregory Narez of Columbia and other unnamed individuals has grown in scope since its initial filing...

Sunset Ford sued following truck fire

A local veterinarian is suing a Waterloo auto dealership following a damaging vehicle fire that occurred in 2020. A lawsuit filed in Monroe County Circuit...

Another impressive year for startUP

Recently, Monroe County startUP students saw the two most anticipated parts of the year – the announcement of entrepreneur of the year and the...

Seboldt stepping into new role

After 26 years, Brenda Seboldt is ending her time as Monroe County Farm Bureau certified manager and is preparing to step into a new...

County sued over Oak Hill firing

Susan Nordhaus, former director of nursing at Oak Hill, the county-owned senior living facility in Waterloo, has filed suit against Monroe County after the...

Paper shortage due to ‘perfect storm’

From increased prices to expanding lead times on projects, a paper shortage is proving to have widespread effects on many who rely on the...

Snyper proves men need pampering, too

The beginning of April marked a milestone for the Snyper Salon for Men team: six months of bringing the “ultimate haircut experience for men”...

Monroe County hosts South Korean investors

Five South Korean companies hoping to expand business operations in Southern Illinois visited with the Monroe County Economic Development Corporation last week.  The five companies...
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