Steward Girl Scouts given Outstanding Citizens Award

Girls honored during community event for flower planting project.

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Band trip still on

The Hub Marching Band has been chosen to represent the State of Illinois in the National Parks Service Parade of Heroes November 10 and 11 in Washington, D.C. Veterans Day parades have long been an undertaking of the parks service.

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A big hit

Through the Rochelle Area Community Foundation’s Business and Employee Partnership program, City of Rochelle staff made donations and pledges of $8,500 to the Rochelle Area Community Foundation over the coming year through a payroll deduction opportunity.

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Texting while driving charge now a moving violation

Texting while driving charge now a moving violation

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Nominations being accepted for Cederholm award

Creston Booster Days is rapidly approaching. As part of the annual community celebration, nominations are being accepted for the annual Theodore Cederholm Community Service Award.

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Fire damages roof at former Del Monte building

Rochelle Fire crews, along with the Ogle-Lee Fire Protection District responded to a fire at the former Del Monte building on 15th Street shortly after 10:30 Friday morning.

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Car show to be held Saturday in downtown Rochelle

Visitors invited to see vintage vehicles starting at 8 a.m.

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Couple sets up fund for foundation

The Rochelle Area Community Foundation is excited to announce the creation of a new fund with the purpose of providing future grants that will fund projects to further the arts in the Rochelle area.

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Harvey, Cruz receive Northern Rehab sports and health scholarships

Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists recently awarded two deserving recipients their annual Rochelle Township High School Sports and Health Scholarship to Hannah Cruz and Alexander Harvey.

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Rochelle fire gurus help teach National Guard

As wildfires continue to ravage parts of the western U.S., fighting those fires requires special training. That’s where four Rochelle area professionals stepped in. Dave Sawlsville, Steve Builta, Tom McDermott, and Tom Richter recently returned from Salem, Oregon, where they were responsible for training about 200 National Guardsman on Wildland Firefighting.

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Social Security scam calls on the rise

The Rockford Regional Office of the Better Business Bureau is warning area residents of a growing scam aimed at compromising the Social Security numbers of individuals.

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News Media Corporation announces new president, financial officer

News Media Corporation has hired Nickolas Monico to serve as its new company president, and promoted Trena Thompson as chief financial officer.

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Luxtons celebrating 50th anniversary

Don and Belinda Luxton are happy to celebrate their 50th year of marriage this Aug. 10, 2018.

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Additional Articles

  • HUB site coordinators approved

    The Rochelle School District 231 Board of Education approved the contracts of three HUB site coordinators for district schools during its monthly board meeting at Rochelle Middle School on Tuesday.

  • County hosting electronics recycling Aug. 24

    The Ogle County Solid Waste Management Department will be conducting an electronic recycling event on Friday, Aug. 24. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the County Annex Building, 909 Pines Rd. in Oregon.

  • In the know: Recycling in Ogle County

    The Ogle County Solid Waste Management Department (OCSWMD) would like to offer reminders about recycling in Ogle County. With global markets for recycling feedstock shrinking, it is more important than ever to recycle right.

  • Williams resigning board seat

    Williams resigning board seat

  • Fire, S.W.A.T. teams to use properties for training

    The scenery along North Sixth Avenue across from City Hall will soon look quite differently as three properties will be demolished to make room for the new rickhouse for Kennay Farms Distilling.

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