The Watseka City Council approved several ordinances at it’s regular meeting Tuesday.
The Watseka Marching Warriors presented their show to the public on Sept. 22 on the Watseka High School football field. The performance allowed family and friends to view the performance twice at 7:30 p.m. and again at 8:15 with two run throughs of the show each.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that resurfacing of U.S. 45/52 between Illinois 17 in Kankakee and Armour Road in Bourbonnais begins the evening of Sept. 20, according to a news release from IDOT.
This is the time of year when co-directors Denise Wall, Erik Parmenter and Jessica Fehland, would be organizing December’s Iroquois County Christmas Cantata; however, after much contemplation and discussion, the group has canceled this year’s performances.
More than 175 people attended the Iroquois County Genealogical Society’s 8th annual cemetery walk, which took place in St. Mary’s Church Cemetery, Beaverville. This year’s event was coordinated by ICGS member Diane Gagnon and took place this past Sunday, Sept. 13.
SPRINGFIELD – Illinois EPA Director John J. Kim recently announced the agency is resuming Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collections for the fall of 2020.
The Iroquois County Genealogical Society’s 8th annual cemetery walk will take place at St. Mary’s Church Cemetery, Beaverville. Originally planned to take place during the Founders’ Day celebration, it was decided to go ahead with the cemetery walk even though the celebration was canceled.
WASHINGTON - In his all-but-certain nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump has chosen a well-regarded legal scholar who has strong appeal to conservatives and who almost surely would move the high court significantly to the right on abortion, guns and other high-profile issues. If the Senate's Republican majority holds to its plan to quickly elevate her to the Supreme ...
The increase comes in metro Omaha and Lincoln hospitals, following the return of college students to campus, Labor Day gatherings and Nebraska’s loosening of public health restrictions.
(The Center Square) – North Carolina incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis is being challenged by Democrat Cal Cunningham, the Constitution Party's Kevin Hayes and Libertarian Shannon Bray in the November election.
Democracy in the Park, a now embattled ballot collection effort, is being challenged by state Republican leaders who call into question the legality and security of the event.