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County gets creative on Veterans Day

While the COVID-19 pandemic prevented Monroe County from honoring its veterans in the ways it normally does on Veterans Day, residents still found safe...

Larry takes root in Valmeyer’s heart

Valmeyer’s newest resident has already begun making his presence felt thanks to word of mouth and an appearance on television.  That’s an especially impressive feat...

Tattoo artist appears on TV show

Eric Catalano, the Hecker tattoo artist who became somewhat of an online sensation last year for his hyperrealistic fingernail tattoo, had another brush with...

Pool group, park district somewhat simpatico

Waterloo Citizens for a Pool representatives spoke with the Waterloo Park District Board at the latter’s monthly meeting last Wednesday, and the two groups...

Mayor: Waterloo, do your part

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rear its ugly head both here and beyond, Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith implored residents to do their part...

COVID fatigue changes attitudes

November marks the eighth month since the novel coronavirus pandemic began causing shutdowns across the country, upending life as we knew it.  In the months...

Virus forcing schools to pivot

Local schools are making tough decisions as the COVID pandemic affects students, teachers and staff.  Waterloo Superintendent of Schools Brian Charron notified parents Saturday that...

COVID case spike continues

Monroe County has continued to see rising coronavirus cases in recent days.  The county has had 1,345 total coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, with...

Clifftop buys another nature preserve

Clifftop announced its purchase of the Storment-Hauss Nature Preserve located on Reed Road, just one-half mile east of their Paul Wightman Subterranean Nature Preserve...

Coalition discusses alcohol use

The Monroe County Coalition for Drug-Free Communities listened to a guest speaker talk about how drug and alcohol use have been impacted by the...

Steady rise in COVID cases locally

Monroe County has had 1,110 total coronavirus cases since the pandemic begin, with 185 of them active at last count.  There have been 218 new...

Former Gibault teacher giving back to school

Mike Schaefer has not worked at Gibault Catholic High School in months, and he only worked there for just under two years, but his...
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