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Lerch receives top Waterloo Chamber honor

On the heels of receiving the prestigious Christian Service Award last year, Waterloo School District Wellness Coordinator Kelly Lerch was presented another high honor...

Missouri man, woman to be charged with Columbia bank robbery

Columbia police worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and area agencies to help track down those responsible for robbing Commerce Bank in Columbia...

Health Board weighs the county’s urgent care needs

The Monroe County Health Board met last Tuesday night at the Monroe County Annex Building in Waterloo. Discussion of a possible urgent care facility...

YMCA remains closed due to electrical malfunction

The Monroe County YMCA was expected to reopen sometime this week following an electrical malfunction that closed the facility Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The Columbia...

New beginning nears for Immaculate Conception Church

It won't be long now. On Sunday, Jan. 27, parishioners of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will travel up Father Carl Scherrer Drive on the...

Schneider’s employee was steadying force through change

So much can change in 43 years. Businesses succeed and fail, towns change, the economy fluctuates,  and people come and go. But for Rayma Rippelmeyer...

Ten years later, local sub shop expanding across area

A Waterloo sub sandwich shop founded 10 years ago is making such a name for itself that it is rapidly expanding throughout the St....

CHS grad is owner of unique new shop

A 1999 Columbia High School graduate is spreading enthusiasm for sewing with a new shop she opened slightly more than a year ago in...

Grey Eagle completes beer distributing acquisition

Grey Eagle Distributors, the Anheuser-Busch wholesaler for St. Louis County, announced Monday it has completed the purchase of Illinois Distributing Company, an Anheuser-Busch wholesaler...

Man awarded $3.2 million in lawsuit against bar

 Early Thursday evening, a Monroe County jury awarded more than $3.2 million to a 47-year-old Waterloo man who was severely injured during a February...

Waterloo man turns hobby into 36-year second career

Even though it has been an enjoyable hobby these past 36 years, longtime Waterloo saw and tool sharpener Burton Stumpf is closing up his...
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