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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Waterloo generating power in midst of deep freeze

Due to an extreme cold blast throughout much of the United States, the availability of electricity is becoming an issue. Waterloo is trying to...

Waterloo tavern burglarized

Police are investigating a burglary at Randy's Double R Bar, located at 107 S. Main Street in downtown Waterloo. Surveillance video indicates the crime occurred...

Vehicle stolen at Columbia gas station

Columbia police are investigating the Tuesday morning theft of a vehicle from the parking lot of MotoMart, located at 286 Southwoods Drive off of...

Vehicle drives into icy pond near Columbia

The Columbia Fire Department and Columbia EMS responded shortly before 1 p.m. Monday to the report of a vehicle in a body of water...

Suspected meth found in parking lot of Columbia business

Police are investigating after a bag containing a white powdery substance believed to be methamphetamine was found late Saturday morning in the parking lot...

Schimpf running for governor

Former state Sen. Paul Schimpf of Waterloo formally announced Monday morning that he is running for Illinois governor in 2022.  “This is a decision I...

Man arrested after fleeing police in Columbia

Police arrested a man who fled from a traffic stop attempt in Columbia about 4 p.m. Sunday. The vehicle, which had no license plates...

Monroe County adds COVID deaths; positive vaccine news

Monroe County's death toll from the novel coronavirus is now at 88 after the death of a man in his 90s who was not...

Driver eludes I-255 traffic stop

A vehicle associated with a missing/endangered woman from Columbia sped away from a traffic stop attempt about 11 a.m. Friday on I-255 in Columbia....

Stock market frenzy: the long and short of it

The stock market has grabbed headlines in recent weeks, though not for normal reasons.  Rocked by unconventional fluctuations, many American investors and spectators have learned...

Wednesday crashes in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded to three separate crashes in and near Columbia on Wednesday. The first came about 11:40 a.m. on Route 3 southbound at...

Cooperworks comes to Columbia

When people visit a doctor’s, veterinarian’s or dentist’s office, school or even a gas station, there is now a chance the furniture was made...
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