News, articles, photos and information about Granville, Illinois from Shaw Local
He was beloved by both parties and he got things done. Ted Lambert oversaw moving the sheriff’s office and jail from the downtown Ottawa courthouse to Etna Road.
The Granville American Legion will be disposing of unserviceable American flags throughout the day on Tuesday, June 13, at the post home, located at 209 N McCoy St.
The students who accomplished this feat include Evelyn Grasser, daughter of Brad and Danielle Grasser; Marshall Holocker, son of Floyd and Chivohn Holocker; Liam Judd, son of Justin and Vanessa Judd and Sean King, son of Joseph and Gwen King.
The report included 51 documented cases in the Diocese of Peoria, which includes La Salle, Bureau, Putnam and Marshall counties, among 21 other counties.
The Hennepin American Legion Post 1044 has announced its upcoming Memorial Day service schedule.
A barn was lost in rural Hennepin as a result of a fire that ignited Sunday afternoon from the remnants of a bonfire the previous evening.
The University of Illinois Extension invites youth to participate in upcoming 4-H programs.
The piano, violin and guitar students of Maestro & Mi Music Academy in La Salle, will be performing two recitals at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 23 in the Robert D. Manahan Auditorium in Hall High School, 800 W Erie St. in Spring Valley.
A Granville resident was able to evacuate safely from a Friday house fire, which drew several fire companies from as far as Bureau and Ladd.
Here are La Salle County's unofficial election results for April 4, 2023
The Granville United Church of Christ to offer coffee, freshly baked cinnamon rolls and over 1,000 assorted cookbooks during the Granville city-wide garage sales on April 28 and 29.
The Granville United Church of Christ, 103 Church St., will be hosting its annual pork chop lunch 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Palm Sunday, April 2.
The Granville Knights of Columbus donated $1,784.51 to Lighted Way. The funds were raised through its tootsie roll fundraiser and given to help people with intellectual disabilities.
Granville National Bank’s Philip C. Carlson was commemorated in November with an award from the Community Bankers Association of Illinois for 50 years in the banking industry.
The Putnam County Food Pantry, in collaboration with Toys in the Pantry, organizations, businesses, churches and schools across the county, will once again be distributing Christmas baskets to local families in need.