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Waterloo Officer Wiegand Recognized For His Work Handling Domestic Violence

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A time to heal, reflect and recognize domestic violence was highlighted at a vigil held Oct. 8 at the Courthouse Bandstand. This year the Violence Prevention Center of Southwestern Illinois held their annual Peace Walk in downtown Waterloo. Abuse victims gathered with those who work on their behalf joined in a solemn, but forward-looking gathering. …

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