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Emmer takes Command of the Illinois Veterans of Foreign Wars

Laurie Emmer assumed Command of the Illinois Veterans of Foreign Wars in June 2020. Due to the COVID 19 Virus, a State Convention was not held.

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Chamber preparing for golf play day

As phase 4 of Illinois’s plan to reopen has lifted many restrictions, the Rochelle Chamber of Commerce has announced it will be hosting its annual City of Rochelle/RMU Chamber Golf Play Day.

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Stay cool in the heat

It is hot. It is so hot, I saw a goose lay a hard boiled egg on the bike path.

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This name change is long overdue

As I have mentioned before, I started my illustrious journalism career as a sportswriter. I covered junior college soccer, Little League games and enough high school sports to make me never want to see another high school sporting event.

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Keeping with tradition

Loyal Order of the Moose member, Chris Cox, came to Rochelle dressed as Uncle Sam for what would have been his 14th year participating in the annual Rochelle 4th of July Parade.

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Club adopts windows at rehab center

The Hub Hickory Nuts 4-H Club of Rochelle is doing a community service project for the nursing home residents of the Rochelle Rehab and Health Care Center.

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Income tax filing and payment deadline are days away

Tuesday, the Illinois Department of Revenue reminded taxpayers the state individual income tax filing and payment deadline is July 15, just days away.

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A culinary treasure

It is a regional culinary treasure.

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Kiwanis Golden K gives back

The Rochelle Kiwanis Golden K recently made a donation to the Pegasus Special Riders and announced its five 2020 scholarship recipients.

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Scavenger hunt continues

The Rochelle Scavenger Hunt Facebook page is hosting a window decorating project as a fun and safe way for families in the area to get outside and enjoy the warm weather.

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Free art program being offered in Oregon

Coming new in July is Advanced Art in the Park.

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A different kind of Fourth of July

This will certainly be a Fourth of July to remember.

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You have questions, I have bad answers

This has been a strange time, that is certain. We are stuck with our family members way more than any sane person should be, so conflicts are sure to arise.

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Stillman Bank awards Eickman scholarship to area seniors

Stillman Trust & Wealth Management is pleased to announce the winners of the Eickman Scholarship, an annual scholarship awarded to four area high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine.

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Responsibility ends when Illinois leaders switch into ‘automatic’

Putting things on “automatic” just makes life so much easier in Illinois, at least for the state’s leaders. No need to make politically unpopular decisions, because that state gasoline tax automatically goes up on July 1. Same for lawmakers giving themselves $1,800 raises while being able to claim: “We didn’t vote for those. They were automatic.”

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Flagg-Rochelle Public Library holding annual events virtually

To keep everybody safe during the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Flagg-Rochelle Public Library announced it will be holding some of its annual events and programs virtually.

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Rochelle Masonic Lodge members holding gun raffle fundraiser

Three winners will be chosen in August drawing.

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