Snow removal fees to increase for downtown businesses

Fees for snow removal are being increased in Sublette.

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Paw Paw Village Board discusses several topics

The Paw Paw Village Board held its monthly meeting on Jan. 8.

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Anderson competes in State Discussion Meet

Bureau County Young Leader, William Anderson, recently competed in the Illinois Farm Bureau State Young Leader Discussion Meet.

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Dale Named IFB Representative

Gracelynn Dale begins her term as the District 4 Representative on the Illinois Farm Bureau State Young Leader Committee.

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LaMoille High School announces 2nd quarter, 1st semester honor rolls

LaMoille High School recently announced second quarter and first semester honor rolls.

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Kishwaukee announces Deans List

The Office of Student Services at Kishwaukee College has announced the students named to the Fall 2018 Deans List.

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KC announces fall graduates

Kishwaukee College announces graduates for fall 2018.

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Girl Scout Cookie season begins

Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois recently launched the in-person start of the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie season, celebrating the largest financial investment in girls annually in the United States and a powerful entrepreneurship incubator for the next generation of leaders.

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KC Spring registration in progress, classes begin Jan. 14

Kishwaukee College registration for the Spring 2019 semester is currently in progress. There will be a special Saturday registration opportunity on Jan. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on campus; all Student Service offices and the Bookstore will be open for student convenience. The Spring 2019 semester begins Jan. 14.

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Ag scholarships due Feb. 1

Lee County Farm Bureau Foundation is offering scholarships to qualified applicants that are pursuing a major in agriculture or an agricultural-related field of study in his or her college curriculum (accredited college, university or community college) for Fall 2019.

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Books by the Bushel Program accepting applications

Lee County Farm Bureau Foundation is once again giving away “Books by the Bushel” to organizations in the county that can benefit from a bushel basket of agricultural books.

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