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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Tense situation Tuesday evening in Hecker

A man who fired a gun in his garage in Hecker following an argument with his spouse was detained by police during a tense...

Classic car goes up in flames

The Waterloo Fire Department responded shortly after 11:45 a.m. Thursday to a fully involved vehicle fire on Route 3 southbound just south of Hanover...

Wrongful death filing in Lake of the Ozarks drowning

In early August, 21-year-old Sean P. Jouglard of Waterloo was found deceased in deep Lake of the Ozarks waters. Now, his mother has filed...

Vehicle crash on Route 3

A medical issue looks to be the cause of a crash on Route 3 in Monroe County at midnight on Sunday. A passenger in a...

Trains stopped for vehicle on tracks

All train traffic was halted temporarily late Saturday night after a vehicle went off the roadway at the intersection of Bluff Road at Outlet...

Public works at forefront of Columbia meeting

The Columbia City Council meeting last Tuesday evening shifted the city’s philosophy concerning its public works department.  During the meeting, Columbia City Administrator Doug Brimm...

Monroe County reaches Delta peak?

Monroe County saw one new COVID-related death this weekend, bringing its COVID death toll to 98.  The most recent death was a male in his...

First responders memorialized

The City of Waterloo installed three first responder statues at William Zimmer Park last week, just in time for the 20th anniversary of the...

Sugar Spring coming to Waterloo

Just three hours after Sugar Spring Ranch owners Greg and Melinda Meyer closed on a second special events location, work began. It’s fair to say...

Walking to remember

Local women who have experienced loss to suicide have set out to bring awareness to Monroe County.  This National Suicide Prevention Month, Monroe Countians have...

Help Wanted (still)

With select federal unemployment aid expiring, many employers saw this as a potential light at the end of the tunnel, reasoning it could increase...

WPD getting new police dog

In a few short weeks, Waterloo residents will notice a new member of the police department: a fun-loving, hard-working German shepherd named Tobi.  Tobi will...
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