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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Waterloo City Council hears road project updates

The Waterloo City Council received status updates on an ongoing road project and took steps for the start of another during its meeting on...

Longtime clerk’s office worker calls it quits

Family is important to Bette Hoffmann. And that's why she thoroughly enjoyed her job in the Monroe County Circuit Clerk's Office at the courthouse...

Police Blotter 4/10/13

Columbia Police March 18 A 14-year-old Columbia boy was transported by ambulance to St. John’s Mercy Hospital in St. Louis after he was struck by a...

Waterloo man charged in St. Clair County burglaries

A Waterloo man has been charged in St. Clair County in connection with two recent burglaries. The St. Clair County Sheriff'sDepartment stated in a news...

Sunday blaze damages Dupo home

The Dupo Fire Department received assistance from Columbia and Prairie du Pont firefighters in handling a blaze that appears to have severely damaged a...

Dupo man acquitted in heroin-related death

A Dupo man was acquitted Thursday on the federal charge alleging he provided a fatal dose of heroin to a Columbia man in July...

Police Blotter 4/3/13

Columbia Police March 30 Anthony James Reichwein, 19, of Columbia, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of cannabis on Route 3 at I-255...

Dialysis center closer to reality

A project already more than three years in the making, Monroe County moved a significant step forward in the development of a dialysis center...

WHS Co-op program discontinued starting next school year

A beneficial program that has offered Waterloo High School students a taste of the workplace for decades is now on the chopping block due...

‘Dogs come up with big win over Edwardsville

The Bulldogs baseball team was sitting pretty after the first inning against Edwardsville on Friday. Waterloo (8-1) was up 4-1 on the Tigers (5-5), after...

Eagles trying to get the bats going

It was all about defense in last Wednesday’s meeting between two of the area’s top teams, Columbia and Red Bud. The Columbia baseball team (11-3)...

Hawks seniors see first victory over Eagles

Monday night was a pivotal point in the Gibault High School girls soccer season. The 3-1 victory over Columbia (4-6) marked seniors Michaela Muich,...
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