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Couple dies in N.C. plane crash

A rural St. Clair County couple died Saturday in a North Carolina plane crash. Joseph and Patti Kreher of Freeburg were on their way to...

‘Tis better to give

With Thanksgiving coming up and Christmas just around the corner, charities and other organizations in the community have already started organizing donations and drives...

Ring Finder to the rescue

Barry Rolland of Waterloo is just a man with a hobby, but it’s one that’s helped reunite many folks with precious treasures. Rolland is a...

A farm and a fixer-upper

Just off Route 158 between Columbia and Millstadt, a small family farm has been the stage for a young couple as they fix up...

Dupo interchange moving forward

Dupo Mayor Jerry Wilson said last week an extensive effort to build a new interchange on I-255 is nearing the finish line.  He expects to...

Valuing veterans on their day

Waterloo and Columbia each held their own Veterans Day ceremonies to recognize the service of the many military members in the community. Waterloo’s celebrations this...

Splash pad saga continues

Following a recent Waterloo Park Board meeting and the previous deadline to accept a project bid already passed, it’s not clear if plans for...

Help for Wilbur and Wiley

Stuckmeyer’s Plants & Produce recently hosted a fundraiser with the goal of helping a local family afford a diabetic alert dog for their two...

Cuban Missile Crisis memories

According to history books, the tense two weeks of the Cuban Missile Crisis ended Oct. 29, 1962.  On that day, the Soviet Union agreed to...

Queen’s reign continues

For the past several months, Waterloo residents have been able to see an ever-growing crowd gathering around Outsider on Market Street every Tuesday evening...

Monthly sessions help you be well

The Monroe County University of Illinois Extension Office is hosting a series of sessions aimed at helping educate residents about food and health. Wellness Wednesdays...

Giving is what this Pirate does

By COREY SAATHOFF Editor Valmeyer High School’s new pirate mascot costume was made possible through the donations of 1971 graduate Vicki Glotfelty Miller. Miller, who was honored...
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