Last Saturday, Santa Claus once again visited at the Crescent City Community Center and was able to visit with 55 local children. The event is…
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The Iroquois County Board had its December meeting Tuesday morning.
The last major flooding in Iroquois County was in February of 2018.
The United Methodist Church, Crescent City, hosted its annual “Evening of Carols” Dec. 8. About 30 church members and guests enjoyed the progr…
It’s time for another fun reading challenge.
The Hoopeston Multi-Agency will have new equipment for their kitchen space in the near future thanks to the Hoopeston Rotary Club.
At approximately 7:50 a.m. Dec. 6 the Benton County dispatch was notified of a structure fire at 103 N. Polk St. in Fowler.
Watseka aldermen continue to work on ways to enhance the city.
Three Iroquois County Board committees had their December meetings recently.
Those who know me understand that I love the Christmas season. I like the little things, like hot chocolate and Christmas music. I love the fa…
The Watseka City Council Tuesday night voted to keep the levy the same this year.
An Iroquois County Grand Jury handed down indictments Wednesday.
Later this month, Morgan James will be graduating from university, and she will have done that having received a high honor.
Mayor Mark Rabe called the meeting of the Crescent City village board to order at 7 p.m. Dec. 2. Clerk Cathy Crego took roll call with all tru…
The Hoopeston Animal Rescue Team is organizing a fundraiser to raise $60,000 to upgrade and add-on a new dog kennel to their existing shelter.
The old Veedersburg High School gym got some special use recently.
The Watseka City Council got to meet Tucker Tuesday night.
The Iroquois County Board Health Committee had a short meeting Tuesday morning.
The Iroquois County Board’s Smartwatt energy updating project is complete.
There was less rain during this year’s Milford Christmas parade than last year’s, and the floats traveled down Jones Street lit up.
Three winners were selected from a slate of 15 in the Watseka Family Festival decorating contest.
The City of Watseka kicked off the holiday season with the annual Christmas parade Friday night.
Wind damage was kept at a minimum Wednesday, and for those who had a Thanksgiving Day drive, conditions were fine.
Nearly 70 students from across the 53rd Senate District came to Bloomington-Normal recently to offer up their ideas for new laws to State Sena…
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The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 34th annual survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cos…