Masonic Soup Supper set for Nov. 16.
Weather was perfect...fish were biting – the perfect combination for the golden anniversary of the Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office and Mounted Patrol’s Youth Fishing Derby.
The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for Sunday through at least Wednesday for most of northern Illinois, including Lee, Ogle, and Whiteside counties, although relief appears to be a least a week away.
In a letter sent to Cordova residents last week, the Cordova Fire Protection District announced it will be “embarking on a venture with Albany Fire Protection District to bring better ambulance service to our communities.”
The National Weather Service reports on major flooding from Dubuque to Burlington and all points in between.
Gunnar Wuebben is enrolled in ASC’s Basis Trading Essentials, a two-part course introducing students to the concepts of basis trading.
Twenty-seven candidates are hoping to become Whiteside County Board members Tuesday. Only 18 seats are available, however. Here's who's running:
Whiteside County voters will be asked Tuesday to increase the countywide sales tax by 1%. Here's why.
Services are set for Jim Shirk, 40, of Erie, the kayaker who drowned Tuesday in the Rock River in Dixon.
Mary Voss took part in Cadet Nurse Corps training
Mary Voss, 95, formerly of Morrison, Albany and Fulton, was recognized recently for her Cadet Nurse Corps service.
Albany’s former police chief pleaded guilty this morning in Whiteside County Court to leaving the scene of an accident, a misdemeanor.
Former Whiteside County sheriff’s candidate Sgt. Kris Schmidt retires today after 21 years with the department.
First-time and faster, more reliable internet service is coming to underserved areas of Whiteside and Carroll counties, thanks to about $10.3 million in state Rebuild Illinois funds awarded to three area providers.
The embattled former Albany chief of police pleaded not guilty Oct. 4 to leaving the scene of an accident, a misdemeanor traffic offense.