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Stitches in Time: quilts mark city milestone

Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith knew the 125th anniversary of the founding of the city needed a remembrance just as special as the event itself. He...

Remembering the ‘cow time’ protest 60 years later

The sight of picket signs and crowds of marching protestors evoke images of our country’s struggles during the turbulent 1960s. Many remember news reports...

End of an era for Dehne Bus Services

Nearly half a century of service to their community came to an end Tuesday, when past and current employees of Dehne Bus Services gathered...

Memorial Day events across the area

Memorial Day is an opportunity for Monroe County communities and surrounding areas to remember and honor those who died  while fighting for this country. Here...

Community support comes full circle at Waterloo’s newest park

The dedication of Waterloo's newest park on Saturday not only highlighted a community effort to bring new recreation to Waterloo; it also signified one...

Columbia police dog dies of natural causes

With heavy hearts, the Columbia Police Department on Monday announced the death of its first police dog, Cezar. Cezar, 9, began working with the department...

Ukranian girl blossoms in Columbia

The trip from her native Ukraine to Columbia is more than 5,500 miles. But getting Victoria Kern to where she is today -- in a...

German visitors enjoying a comfortable stay in Columbia

When the visitors from Columbia’s Sister City of Gedern, Germany, come to visit, it’s less like going on a holiday and more like visiting...

WWII veteran finally receives war medals

It only took about 68 years, but World War II veteran Jerome Schneider of Waterloo received his proper commendations during a Friday ceremony at...

Waterloo native shares incredible weight loss story on national TV

Those watching NBC's Today Show on Monday morning may not have recognized the former Waterloo resident they knew from years ago, but he is...

Columbia girl shows early passion for helpful causes

When 7-year-old Evy Moore decided she wanted to save the elephants, her parents, Janelle and Jeremy, weren’t all that surprised. Evy is a little...

Sirens a topic of debate in Columbia

Monday night’s Columbia City Council meeting was standing room only as members of the community showed up in force to make their voices heard...
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