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Lower unemployment tax rates scheduled for Illinois businesses in 2019

Most employers in Illinois will see reduced payroll taxes in 2019 as unemployment continues to decline.

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Smith’s spirit lives on

At 23, Tyler Smith was looking at a bright future. Just accepted into the San Jose Police Department, he was set to finish his last drill weekend with the Army National Guard before heading to California where he had planned to continue his military career.

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Feature: Hacaga cheering on the Redbirds

Lady Hub graduate Teddi Hacaga ended her high school cheerleading career with a trip to Bloomington for the IHSA State Championships.

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Rochelle police release photos of suspects in counterfeit cases

The Rochelle Police Department released surveillance photos Friday of two individuals suspected of passing counterfeit money in three area businesses within the past week.

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Creative STEAM project presented to school resource officer

Creativity combined with skills learned in a STEAM lab class made for one heartfelt gift for Officer Jim Jakymiw, resource officer for the Rochelle Elementary School District.

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High school band wraps up D.C. trip

The Rochelle Township High School marching band posed in front of the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial’s world-famous statue (more commonly referred to as the Iwo Jima statue) while in Washington, D.C.

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Lower unemployment tax rates scheduled for Illinois businesses in 2019

Most employers in Illinois will see reduced payroll taxes in 2019 as unemployment continues to decline.

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Kishwaukee College Art Gallery to host “Faces of Kish”

Kishwaukee College Art Gallery is hosting Faces of Kish, a show featuring portraits of the Kishwaukee College community created by Miles Halpern, assistant professor of art at the college.

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Kishwaukee College board approves two new programs

The Kishwaukee College Board of Directors has approved the college to offer an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in hospitality management and a certificate in foundations of culinary arts.

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Lincoln Manor hosts pinning ceremony for veterans

Several veterans were honored at Lincoln Manor in a pinning ceremony Friday afternoon.

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