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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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Emergency crews on scene of accident

First responders are on the scene of an accident on IL Route 38 near Beck Road. Crews are working to clear the lanes of traffic.

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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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Feature: Weiner showcasing skills with Northern Illinois cheer team

Carly Weiner didn’t want her cheerleading career to end after helping the Rochelle varsity cheerleading squad win the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference Championship and qualify for the IHSA State Championships this past school year.

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Plans for KidsGround community build project revealed

Kids, parents and other community members gathered at Lincoln School tonight for the reveal of the new KidsGround rebuild project. In October, Flagg-Rochelle Community Park District commissioners approved the company Play By Design to work on the proposed $450,000 project. Lisa DeShano and Laura Sehn from Play By Design were on hand to announce the plans for the community project and kids in attendance were pretty excited about the features planned for the park.

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Former school librarian publishes children’s book

For Pam Tobler, the inspiration to write a book came from working in the library at the old Lincoln School. The Kings resident is now a published author of “Lily the Ladybug.”

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Crystal’s message: ‘Believe in yourself’

Veterans Day commemorations continued Monday at the Rochelle Middle School.

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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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