Lanark, Illinois news
Ann Young, former Freeport Journal Standard columnist, will be the featured speaker at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, at the Lanark Public Library.
Nine area students also named to Marquette University’s fall 2023 dean’s list
One of the most enduring flames in the local restaurant scene will be sputtering out over the next few weeks.
Looking for something to do this Thanksgiving holiday and into the weekend? Here is a list of events happening in the Sauk Valley.
The Lanark Public Library is encouraging children to visit the Twice-Sold Tales Used Bookstore to pick up a free book.
Chief Troy Randall’s final day with the Polo Police Department is Saturday, Oct. 21. He resigned to take a position as the Lanark chief of police.
Yearbooks prior to 2000 are $5 per book. Those from 2000 to now are $3 per book. All proceeds go to the Friends of the Lanark Public Library.
Madison Wescott of Rock Falls has found a way to pay for college with a twist – a twist of lemon, that is.
A Milledgeville sex offender was sentenced in Lee County Court to four years on meth and child pornography charges, a term that was bumped up to 14 years because of recent Carroll County convictions.
A 19-year-old Lanark woman was killed and two children were injured in a single-vehicle rollover Friday in Stephenson County.
Two longtime local law officers are duking it out Tuesday for sheriff of Whiteside County: incumbent Democrat John F. Booker, 55, of Sterling, and Tampico Chief of Police Mike Lewis, 51, of Rock Falls, a Republican.
The project is expected to be completed by the end of November.
State statute prohibits him for serving in both governmental positions, though, so after the Nov. 8 election, he’ll resign and the Whiteside County Board will have to appoint another Republican to fill that seat.
Substance in question was non-toxic, not hazardous
Carroll County Republican Women will hold a meet-and-greet for 17th District Congressional candidate Esther Joy King from Aug. 31 in Lanark.