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Saturday, July 24, 2021

Vaccine clinics scheduled, but demand in question

The Monroe County Health Department will host two vaccination clinics in the next week. The first is set for Thursday from 2 p.m. to 6:30...

Motorcyclist dies in crash near Modoc

A Prairie du Rocher man died after the motorcycle he was driving collided head-on with a pickup truck on Bluff Road in Randolph County...

Saturday injury crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded about 2:45 p.m. Saturday to a two-car crash with injuries on Route 3 at North Main Street in Columbia. Responding agencies...

Saturday morning rollover in Columbia

No injuries were reported after a vehicle driven by a Waterloo man overturned off Route 3 in Columbia early Saturday morning. Police said a...

Speeding Corvette stopped on I-255

The Monroe County Sheriff's Department caught up to and pulled over a blue Chevrolet Corvette that was reported to be speeding "well over 100...

AT&T sues Monroe County over cell tower

The Republic-Times confirmed Thursday that AT&T is suing the Monroe County Zoning Board and the Monroe County Commissioners for “unlawful denial of a wireless...

Motorist strikes vaccine clinic workers

A Missouri man was charged with felonies after the SUV he was driving struck two men who were directing traffic Monday afternoon at the...

Low local input at redistricting hearing

The Illinois Senate and House Redistricting Committees held a joint hearing on the upcoming redrawing of legislative maps for metro east residents at the...

Lawsuit filed in toddler’s death

The parents of a 17-month-old boy who died after choking at a Columbia child care center in January filed a 32-count lawsuit in Monroe...

Harlin reflects on service

One of the most well-known members of one of the least spotlighted governing bodies in Waterloo is retiring after 20 years of service.  Joann Harlin...

Ryterski reaches career coda

Columbia High School Music Director Craig Ryterski is entering the coda of his career. After 28 years of teaching music at CHS, he will retire...

Columbia approves budget

The Columbia City Council hosted a public hearing prior to its special meeting Monday night to approve the city’s budget for the fiscal year ending...
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