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Tavern burglary suspects charged

Two people were charged Friday in connection with the March 19 burglary reported at Route 3 Bar & Grill, located at 6180 State Route...

Burglary suspects charged; man still at large

Joseph K. DilbeckMelissa A. KingNicole L. Cumberland Three of four suspects involved in recent rural Columbia burglaries have been apprehended and charged, police said, but...

Columbia candidates participate in virtual forum

Bob HillWes Hoeffken The Republic-Times and Columbia Chamber of Commerce teamed up to present a virtual candidates forum for contested Columbia municipal election races for...

County sued over Oak Hill death

The daughter of a deceased former resident at Oak Hill in Waterloo is suing Monroe County, which owns the long-term facility, for negligence in...

Columbia native is contestant finalist for ‘Bachelorette’

A Columbia native may be looking for love on national television later this year. "The Bachelorette," a reality TV show in which single men vie...

Columbia native pens book

Anna Moeslein completed a momentous personal goal last year – just not in the way she expected.  After turning 30, the Columbia native decided she...

Castelli heading to Smithton

The Columbia School Board approved the resignation of assistant superintendent Courtney Castelli at Thursday’s meeting.  Castelli, whose resignation is effective June 30, has accepted a...

Rave reviews for 5Kave

The first-ever 5Kave run in the Valmeyer caves at Rock City earned rave reviews and thousands of dollars for the Monroe County startUP program.  “It...

Team BOLD, YMCA team up

A relatively new community group got a boost this year when it joined forces with the Monroe County YMCA.  The group known as Team BOLD...

Illinois begins redistricting process

A process that can influence elections in Illinois for a decade began last week when the Senate Redistricting Committee met for the first time.  That...

Collmeyer warmed hearts

Known as one of the most generous members of the community, Wayne Collmeyer died Friday from injuries sustained while volunteering late last year. Collmeyer’s children,...

Columbia public safety outgrows its space

Columbia’s population has nearly doubled in the past 30 years, and emergency departments would like to see the public safety complex that houses the...
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