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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Facebook used to share blessings

A group of local women has been using Facebook to spread blessings to others since earlier this year. Maggie...

Downen engineers a fantasy

When given the choice to become either an engineer or an author, the decision was easy for Catherine Downen. She did both.

Summer lunch program expands

As the coronavirus pandemic continues and states begin to try getting back to some version of normal life, uncertainties still abound. 

Communities ‘adopting’ high school seniors

The latest social media trend that aims to make a truncated senior year special for the Class...

Virtual trivia night helps HNS

While it is feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic as much as any organization, the Columbia School District found a fun...

Waterloo native releases song

A Waterloo native who appeared on a Netflix series in 2018 has released a new original song...

‘Simply Simmer’ gaining popularity

A Columbia woman is gaining renown online by recreating famous fictional locations like Central Perk from “Friends” or the titular workplace in...

Coronavirus maintains its grip: 74 cases, 11 deaths in county

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in 74 positive cases and 11 deaths in Monroe County, with much...

Local pushback on Pritzker’s order

Gov. JB Pritzker Paul Schimpf John Wagner Gov. JB Pritzker said Thursday that he plans to extend Illinois’ stay...

Millstadt club helps out

The Millstadt Commercial Club recently found a way to help both restaurants in the town and vulnerable...

Reopening plans proposed

As data appears to show social distancing and stay at home orders have slowed the spread of the novel coronavirus, federal and...

Health care providers fight the good fight

Jay PickettMarla SmithToni Michels For all those at essential businesses, going to work during a pandemic can be fraught...
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