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STOCKTON–The Stockton Village Board met on June 14 and approved a donation toward Stockton’s upcoming Fourth of July festivities. This year’s festivities begin on Saturday, … more
KIELER, Wis.–The Jamestown Town Board met on June 7 and approved three zoning requests. The board approved a rezone from A2 to C1 and a driveway permit off Badger Road for Christopher Kidd … more
KIELER, Wis.–The Jamestown Town Board held a special meeting on June 17 to discuss the future of the rapidly deteriorating Woodland Lane Bridge. The board learned that the west end of the … more
FREEPORT–The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today that, weather permitting, repairs on an eastbound U.S. 20 Freeport Bypass bridge in Stephenson County will begin Monday, June … more
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Eric Anglada, Sinsinawa Mound’s Ecological Programming Coordinator, will be leading The Liturgical Calendar presentation on Tuesday, July 12, from 7 to 8 p.m. via Zoom for … more
June winners for the Northwest Illinois Daily drawing are: Joyce Guenzler, Elizabeth; Brandon Busch, Scales Mound; Robin Pearson, East Dubuque; Tanner Hall, Cordova; Erin Offill, Lanark; Scott Kurek, … more
DUBUQUE–Grand View United Methodist Church, 3342 John Wesley Dr., is excited to partner with a new Evangelical Christian Hispanic Ministry, Nueva Vista: Iglesia Hispana (New View Hispanic … more
GALENA–A lawsuit has been filed in the ongoing saga involving the Parker project and its potential neighbors. Wendy Clark, a neighbor to the property, alleges city officials failed to … more
GALENA–Traffic changes start this week for the Spring Street reconstruction project. Eastbound Spring Street traffic will be detoured onto Gear and Bench streets. The detour route will be … more
GALENA–The city of Galena will offer electronics recycling from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, June 24 in the parking lot of Galena City Hall, 101 Green St., Galena. During this time, the city … more
SPRINGFIELD–The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is collecting data from approximately 3,000 Illinois farmers and ranchers for its annual … more
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