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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Friday night crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded about 5:25 p.m. Friday to the report of a vehicle vs. deer crash on Route 3 south of the Route 158...

OSHA ‘overreach’ upsets health department head

On Friday afternoon, Monroe County Health Department Administrator John Wagner sent several media outlets a copy of an Occupational Safety and Health Administration letter...

Friday crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded shortly after 12:50 p.m. Friday to what was reported as a four-vehicle crash with injuries on Route 3 at North Main...

Thursday morning crash in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded shortly before 8:30 a.m. Thursday to a two-vehicle crash on Route 3 near North Main Street in Columbia. Initial reports indicated...

Multi-vehicle crash on Bluff Road in Columbia

Emergency personnel responded shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday to what was reported as a three-vehicle crash on Bluff Road near Columbia. No injuries were...

Body of man found along I-255 identified

The identity of a man whose body was discovered early Wednesday evening along I-255 near Dupo is now known. The circumstances of his death...

COVID a topic for county board

The first meeting of 2022 for the Monroe County Board on Monday continued in the same vein of the past two calendar years with...

Ss. Peter & Paul rectory restoration underway

Thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers, the priests at Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Waterloo will soon have a private chapel...

MCSD makes burglary arrest

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department arrested two people in connection with theft and drug charges stemming from a mid-December incident near Hecker. Shortly after 10...

What to expect in 2022

As Monroe County ventures into the year 2022, the COVID pandemic casts a gray cloud over what the future may hold.   Still, there are...

Prairie du Rocher turns 300

At the beginning of 1718, the government of France issued exclusive trading rights for trading company in its North American colony near the Mississippi...

Columbia scrambling on OSHA mandate

The City of Columbia is in a race against the clock to conform to Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines concerning employees and COVID-19...
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