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Friday, April 3, 2020

Property tax bills mailed out

Tax bills are in the mail as the Monroe County Treasurer's Office is set to collect $51.56 million in property taxes this year, up...

City seeks action on vacant Waterloo building

The City of Waterloo filed a legal complaint last month at the Monroe County Courthouse, requesting the demolition or repair of a vacant business...

WFD announces Memorial Bell Plaza project

The Waterloo Fire Department kicked off a campaign last week to raise funds to build a permanent outdoor display for its 100-year-old bell. The planned...

Heavy rains lead to flooding issues across the county

A Flash Flood Warning was issued Thursday for many portions of the St. Louis area, including Monroe and St. Clair counties, as heavy rains...

Republicans win big in Monroe County

A strong Republican wave swept through Monroe County on Tuesday night, with the party winning all contested local races. "We had a clean sweep tonight,"...

Columbia dealing with Valmeyer Road issue

Progress should start this week on the sinking taking place on Valmeyer Road in Columbia, as a geo-technical firm has been contracted to evaluate...

Columbia races ‘too close to call’

Many of the Columbia school board and city council races were too close to call Tuesday night, and may not be determined...

Columbia city clerk criticized by former officeholder

Former Columbia City Clerk Wes Hoeffken had some words of criticism to share with the Columbia City Council on Monday night regarding the workings...

Courthouse increases security measures

Monroe County’s rural and small-town atmosphere has made it a pleasant, safe place to live for decades. Most residents can even remember leaving their...

Man dies from injuries suffered in crash near Wartburg

A 25-year-old Waterloo man has died from serious injuries sustained in a crash early Saturday morning. Joey Miller was flown by ARCH Air Medical...

Tax bills on the way

While the late date might have had some Monroe County residents wondering if they were getting a reprieve this year from their property taxes,...

Clifftop acquires state’s largest cave system

On Saturday, the local Clifftop organization made its biggest announcement to date: the purchase of a 535-acre farm that includes Illinois’ largest cave system. In...
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