• Display features Sears homes

    Once upon a time, choosing a new home was as simple as ordering through a catalog. To date, 24 houses in Rochelle have been identified as “Sears homes” and have names such as Sunbeam, Ellsworth, Rodessa and Clyde.

  • Wellness & Resource Fair set for Oct. 12

    The Ogle County Services Network is sponsoring their annual Wellness & Resource Fair for adults on Friday, Oct. 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rock River Center, 810 South 10th St. in Oregon.

  • Entire Hillcrest police staff resigns

    Village of Hillcrest is without its own part-time police force as of Thursday morning after Hillcrest Chief Danny White and the three other officers announced their resignation.

  • Don’t not throw caution to the wind in sending assistance to hurricane victims

    The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers that emergency responders are not the only ones closely tracking the storms on the east coast, as scammers often see emergencies as a prime opportunity.

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Village Bakery celebrates first year

It has only been a year, but the Village Bakery has already become a solid favorite in Oregon. It is a place to enjoy a sweet treat and a coffee while catching up with friends in a comfortable environment.

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Spotlight: Rochelle honors Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018

Rochelle Township High School inducted the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018 when the Hubs hosted Geneseo for sophomore and varsity football games Friday evening. This year’s honorees are Taryn Hagemann Larsen, Nate Kessen, Mark Moellering, Toby Luxton, Tony King and Justin Johnson.

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Crowds come out for Rochelle’s Fiesta Hispaña

Beautiful weather coupled with music, food and activities made for a successful first ever Fiesta Hispaña Saturday.

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Kerns’ named this year’s Cederholm recipient at Booster Days

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