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APPLE RIVER–Blast off with the first Vacation Bible School to land on the moon. Apple River’s To Mars and Beyond will help kids discover the wonders of God’s universe. Kids will … more
W hen my son moved out of our family home, he left his pet ferret outside in a cage. I wasn’t sure what to do with the little guy, but I knew he had to become a house pet or it … more
Annette Baldwin started the Senior Resource Center’s Living History Performance Series 2019 in noble fashion by portraying Jane Addams. Now only three shows remain in the series with plenty of … more
ELIZABETH–The Jo Daviess County Farm Bureau announces winners of the June Dairy Month coloring contest. The contest was open to all children prekindergarten though second grade. The 138 entries … more
A short search of spring food trends for 2019 makes it clear that fresh, organic vegetables with simple preparation are at the top of the list. Although the rain has played havoc with our local … more
FREEPORT–The Northwest Illinois Audubon Society is hosting two additional events this month.   Exploring odonata and other flying objects Odonata enthusiasts Cindy and John McKee … more
HANOVER–The Hanover Township Library will host a program presented by the Discovery Center Museum on Wednesday, June 19, 2-3 p.m. This event gives children the opportunity to explore … more
FREEPORT–It is time to defend a state championship. In 2018, a team from the Senior Resource Center won the Illinois Senior Brain Games Championship. That squad has retired. Now it is up to … more
APPLE CANYON LAKE–The billowing smoke and smells of barbecue emanating from the grills dotted around the parking lot at Apple Canyon Lake’s fitness center served as a siren song, … more
  SINSINAWA, Wis.–Nature will provide the setting for a new program at Sinsinawa Mound. Forest Therapy Walk will be held 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 29. Forest therapy is inspired by … more
A hummingbird comes back to life in the hands of Logan Schultz, as his grandfather Bill Randecker looks on. The bird flew into a window and knocked itself out.  more
HANOVER–Al Hendren is wrapping up a teaching career that has spanned more than three decades. For the last two years, Hendren knew he was retiring at the end of this school year, though this … more
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