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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

CDC offers reopening advice

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released six “decision trees” last week aimed at helping decision makers as they look to...

County briefed on new budget

Monday’s meeting of the Monroe County Board began with a request by outgoing Monroe County Assessment Board of Review member Daniel Schumer...

Monroe County sends message as state modifies reopening plans

The Monroe County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution at its meeting on Monday “asking for relief...

River traffic still flowing, for now

Area rain and snow over the past weekend have brought a temporary reprieve for barge shippers on the middle Mississippi River. Combined with recently completed...

Martin out of state’s attorney race

Former Monroe County Assistant State’s Attorney Ryan Martin has withdrawn as a Republican candidate for the state’s...

Spring election process starting

Illinoisans anticipate a lot of excitement for the upcoming November elections with county, state and national candidates running for office. But just over the horizon...

WPD getting LPR cameras

The Waterloo City Council on Monday night approved the purchase of license plate recognition cameras for the Waterloo Police Department. 

Primary election is Tuesday

Voters across the state will be able to choose candidates Tuesday for the November elections from a slate of primary contestants. While some state and...

New MCSD K-9 Unit Ready To Protect And Serve

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department recently welcomed the first of two new K-9 units to its force, and the team has already hit the...

Costello resigns to take IDNR job

Former state Rep. Jerry Costello II (D-Smithton) resigned Tuesday after Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker appointed him to...

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...

Candidates announce for elected county offices

Three men -- two Republicans and one Democrat -- last week announced their candidacies for various Monroe County offices in the 2014 election. Tuesday marked...
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