Two graduate from IFB Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow Program

Illinois Farm Bureau® (IFB) created Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT), an agricultural leadership development program designed to give participants a head-start on tackling tomorrow’s responsibilities.

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Spring is coming

Could we have turned the corner? Is spring finally here? The crocus are up along Seventh Street, purple and also white ones.

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OPINION: Wants litter cleaned up

As representative of the citizens of Lynville Township, we want to raise our concern about the visible increase of litter strewn along the roads and blowing across the fields in our state of Illinois.

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RCH Auxiliary presents scholarships

Recipients of the 2019 Rochelle Community Hospital $1,000 healthcare scholarships were recognized at the annual RCH Auxiliary Volunteer-Scholarship Brunch on April 8.

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Stewart honored as Illinois Chiefs’ Public Official of the Year

State Sen. Brian Stewart (R-Freeport) has been named a 2018 Public Official of the Year by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police.

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Alzheimer advocates visit Washington to seek funding

Alzheimer advocates visit Washington to seek funding

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Providing hearing aides to those in need

Over the last 30 years, I’ve met plenty of characters in newsrooms, but by far my favorite was a reporter by the name of Joel Kirkpatrick. He was a larger than life fellow, with a big booming voice and a barrel chest always clad in Mexican Guayabera shirts. And he wore hearing aids the size of bricks behind his ears.

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Byron nuclear reactor down for maintenance

Unit taken off line on April 8.

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OPINION: Dismayed at high Illinois taxes

Writer understands why residents looking to leave state.

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VIEWPOINT: Supports newly elected officials

Columnists wants entrances to town cleaned up.

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OPINION: Writer wants U.S. to follow France's lead on opioid crisis

Wants other options allowed when treating pain.

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Kishwaukee College Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society inducts new members

Several Rochelle students recognized

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Creston Boosters to present 'Laugh Out Loud'

First play at newly renovated Opera House.

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Breaking ground on new jail

On a cold and wet afternoon Wednesday, Ogle County officials finally broke ground on the new jail that will be built behind the Judicial Center on Sixth Street. “Well, welcome to our mud breaking,” joked Ogle County Board Chairman Kim Gouker to open his remarks to community members and elected officials in attendance at the event on April 10.

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Additional Articles

  • Gun Club hosting open house in May

    The Tri County Gun Club in Polo will be having an open house on May 4 and May 5 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day.

  • Promotions announced

    Martin C. Larson, chairman and CEO of Stillman BancCorp N.A. is pleased to announce that Thomas R. Hughes, president and COO of Stillman BancCorp N.A., has been promoted to serve as the holding company’s president.

  • League of Women Voters hosting presentation

    Ogle County Drug Court began Aug. 1, 2009 as an effort to offer intensive services to non-violent adult felons who have been identified as having significant substance abuse problems.

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