Stories about Franklin Grove, Illinois
In honor of the milestone, Franklin Grove proclaimed it to be Franklin Grove Woman’s Club Day
Here is a list of upcoming sessions offered by Carroll-Lee-Whiteside Extension.
A semi from Mexico hauling a load of Hamburger Helper it picked up at Crest Foods in Ashton got hung up on the icy tracks at a crossing east of Franklin Grove and was struck by a Union Pacific train, sending boxes of “America’s favorite one-pan meal” spilling in the snow.
Illinois EPA announces $3.4 million awarded to 92 community water supplies.
Should you find yourself in the middle of a heat emergency, there are several locations around the Sauk Valley – libraries, senior centers, government offices, even cop shops and hospitals – that serve as warming centers.
Several Sauk Valley-area students have been named to Northern Illinois University's 2023 dean’s list.
A Nachusa fire crew hit a 24-acre area of the grassland Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023, for a prescribed burn on the prairie habitat.
Fire crews conducted a prescribed burn Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023 at the grasslands.
Scott and Linda Burkitt felt something was missing – specifically a tribute to veterans – at their Dixon bar and last year decided to have a mural painted on one of the business’ doors to remind patrons of military members’ sacrifices.
Law enforcement in Lee and Whiteside counties are looking for whomever tried to break into teller machines at two banks in the early morning hours on Sunday.
Common football injuries may include shoulder sprains, concussions, ankle/foot injuries, knee injuries or broken bones.
Anyone who likes history, driving trips and/or antique cars is welcome to attend.
A little morning rain didn't stop close to 1,000 visitors from coming out to see and experience the Nachusa Grasslands during Autumn on the Prairie on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023.
See the bison herd and learn about the prairie
A group of six Superformance car owners – from Texas, Georgia, Las Vegas, California and Wisconsin – set out Friday morning from Milwaukee to travel the Lincoln Highway.