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Waterloo School Board discusses repairs, tax

Monday night’s Waterloo School Board meeting saw the acceptance of repair work costs and an update on the potential sales tax public vote, among...

School officials discuss pension reform penalties

Local school districts have been forced to pay penalties imposed as part of a 2005 pension reform law intended to limit raises for retiring...

After rocky start, Brendan enjoying the ride

By ETHAN MAY For the Republic-Times Eager to come into this world, Brendan Bueschel arrived three months premature and only weighed one pound, four ounces. Brendan’s early...

Waterloo School Board weighing sales tax vote

The Waterloo School Board held its monthly meeting Monday night, discussing the possibility of putting a county-wide sales tax up to a public vote...

Robbie’s walk an inspiration at CHS

By ETHAN MAY For the Republic-Times Sunday afternoon, 155 graduates walked across the stage in Columbia High School’s gymnasium to receive their diploma and officially move...

Parkview’s ‘Dr. B’ is ending on a high note

East or west of the Mississippi, Dr. Mike Beczkala’s reputation precedes him. Beczkala – principal of Parkview Elementary in Columbia and the unassuming maestro of...

Kish keeping ICS in constant rhythm

Mike Kish may have an honorary street named after him outside the new Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on Palmer Road, but you would never...

Regional Office of Education offers key programs and services

It resides in a modest, one-story brick building across from the Monroe County Courthouse in Waterloo. A plain, white-lettered sign on the glass door...

WHS Students Earn Money For ‘SAFE’ Post-Prom

“We’re not invincible, but we are irreplaceable.” That’s the slogan for Waterloo High School’s SAFE Club, a student-led team whose goal is to promote safe...

Class project makes life easier for CMS student

A Columbia High School construction class made the TV news over the weekend for its efforts in building a specialized bed for a young...

School assembly shows Waterloo has heart

By CHERYL HEMMER For the Republic-Times More than 150 students at Rogers and Gardner elementary schools in Waterloo are attempting to outwit, outplay, outlast and, ultimately,...

Columbia says farewell to German exchange students

Auf wiedersehen! Columbia will say goodbye to 26 German exchange students and their fellow teachers this week when the group returns home to Gedern, Germany. Their...
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