Menu

Candlelight Vigil For Officer Nick Hopkins

Share this post
email Waterloo Hopkins vigil DSC_0903

The old Waterloo High School football field shone brightly, yet with humble reverence, Thursday evening. Hundreds of flames broke through the dark during a candlelight vigil in honor of Nick Hopkins, the State Police officer who died this past week. Nick grew up in Waterloo and played many football games on this gridiron.     …

Candlelight Vigil For Officer Nick Hopkins Read More »

To access more content, login or subscribe to the Monroe County Independent. 

If you are are not yet a subscriber you can purchase a subscription here.

You Might Also Be Interested In
State’s Attorney Chris Hitzemann and his family – wife, Beth, and their children Ella (8) and Evan (6).

County’s State’s Attorney Hoping To Win Election For Circuit Judge

After a long, honored career on the bench, Judge Dennis Doyle retiring at the end of 2020. The 65-year-old Democrat...
Waterloo FFA students accept a letter of commendation from Mayor Tom Smith. State Rep. Nathan Reitz, second from left, also attended Monday’s City Council meeting to honor the nationally recognized chapter.

Waterloo City Council Recognizes Local FFA Chapter

Accolades continue to roll in for the nationally recognized Waterloo High School FFA. The chapter brought home a big award...
Hecker firefighters checking out the new fire house on Nov. 18 are, left to right, first row, Rich Happel, Mike Karban, Doug VanBuren and Arnie Eckart; and second row, Adam Woolford, Jason Rippelmeyer, Gilbert Birkner, Allan Neff, Justin Eckart, Asst. Chief Charlie Kujawski, Fire Chief Kevin Biffar, Retired Chief Ralph Eckart, Chuck Wagner, Jeff Biffar, Gary Wittenauer and District President Joe Gregson.

New Hecker Fire House In Use

If you’ve seen a Hecker firefighter lately, they’ve likely been grinning ear to ear. After years of operating in a...