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Columbia OKs handful of measures

The Dec. 7 meeting of the Columbia City Council was held with all members attending remotely due to an employee at City Hall recently...

Waterloo OKs land annexation, sidewalk project

The Waterloo City Council approved the annexation of nearly 20 acres into the city for a new development during Monday’s council meeting. The annexation agreement...

More local deaths as COVID crisis continues

Six more Monroe County residents died from COVID-19-related causes in the past week as the county passed 2,000 total cases.  The two newest deaths were...

End of the road for Elmore

Republican Bob Elmore’s term on the Monroe County Board ended Monday, and in his six years he oversaw a host of changes in the...

Judge Doyle ends ‘wonderful career’

One of the longest-serving elected officials in Monroe County will soon no longer be a part of public life, as Dennis Doyle retires this...

Two new COVID-related deaths in Monroe County

The coronavirus continues to rage throughout Monroe County and many parts of the country.  There have been 2,136 total coronavirus cases in Monroe County since...

Oak Hill COVID-free; county approves budget

Oak Hill Senior Living & Rehabilitation Center in Waterloo brought great news to the close of a special session of the Monroe County Board...

Vaccines offer hope for brighter future

As strange as it may seem given that cases of and hospitalizations with the novel coronavirus are worse than they have ever been in...

County set to OK budget

The Monroe County Board held a special meeting Nov. 9 at the courthouse to review a tentative budget for the coming fiscal year that...

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...

Columbia police chief retiring

Columbia Police Chief Jerry Paul told the Republic-Times this week that he is officially retiring on Jan. 31, 2021.  Paul, 53, has served as chief...

Columbia residents squawk about chickens

(Editor’s note: Portions of this article from last week were inadvertently cut from the print edition, so we are running the segment about backyard...
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