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startUP gives back to Valmeyer

The Valmeyer Village Board met in regular session April 6 to discuss upcoming projects and to hear a report about the recent 5Kave event...

Columbia set to OK budget

COVID-19 has affected nearly every aspect of life in Monroe County, and financial planning for the City of Columbia is no different.  Columbia City Administrator...

Wagner questions positivity rate

Monroe County Health Department Administrator John Wagner is again questioning state data related to the novel coronavirus, with the target of his criticism this...

Dupo mayor re-elected; other results

At press time last week, the results of mail-in ballots, write-in votes and some votes in St. Clair County were not known.  Write-in and mail...

Vaccine clinics this week; COVID death count lowered

The Monroe County Health Department announced on Tuesday the dates for three more clinics for residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine.  The county will administer...

New blood in Columbia

There will soon be new blood in Columbia City Hall after three individuals who have not served in city government won election Tuesday night.  Monroe...

Waterloo zoning head resigns

The resignation of a city official and police detective along with steps to approve the upcoming fiscal year budget were among matters recently brought...

Monroe County hires first black deputy

Monroe County has the first black deputy in its 205-year history after Sheriff Neal Rohlfing swore in Calvin Savage at the Monroe County Board...

What does a road district commissioner do?

One of the more surprising aspects of this year’s municipal election is that there are three contested races for the typically uncontentious position of...

Early voting about average

Monroe County Clerk Jonathan McLean reported Monday morning that 288 people have voted early ahead of the April 6 consolidated election.  “It’s going, but it’s...

State’s attorney fills out legal team

Monroe County State’s Attorney Lucas Liefer recently finished filling out the legal team for his office after he was elected in November.  That included hiring...

Columbia defends biz support

Comments made in the lead-up to the April 6 municipal election have some Columbia city officials and employees on the defensive. Campaign remarks by candidates...
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