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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...

Metzger Equipment closing after 120 years

A family business that started as a blacksmith shop 120 years ago in downtown Waterloo and evolved into one of the largest farm implement...

Longtime editor praised as community treasure

Simply referring to Bob Voris as a newspaperman is like calling Stan Musial just a baseball player. The man's legacy, like Musial's, remains the...

End of an era: Bee Hive Bowl was ‘the place to be’

While it's sat vacant at the corner of Route 3 and Country Club Lane for years, the old Bee Hive Bowl in Waterloo was...

Lifelong Waterloo farmer leaves lasting legacy

When someone talks farming in Waterloo, the Hartman name is sure to come up in the conversation -- and for good reason. Starting with Marcellus...