Stories about Malta, Illinois
“The products and research that will be done here will benefit not only DeKalb County, but potentially the entire world,” said Steve Bemis, DeKalb County Farm Bureau president. Syngenta Seeds broke ground in Malta Wednesday.
DeKalb County’s regional fire fighting strike team headed to Rockton Monday evening to aid more than 150 firefighters in battling a blaze at the Chemtool Inc plant on the Illinois-Wisconsin border.
A Clare family is without a home after a residential fire Saturday evening led nearly two-dozen fire agencies to work collectively to fight the flames in the rural unincorporated town, an effort which officials said was made more challenging due to the heat wave and no nearby fire hydrants.
The Malta Community Celebration will be held in Malta 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, June 12.
“I am proud to say we are the first Kougars graduating class that had to deal with at least a full year of studies during a pandemic while working together to evolve positive social change,” Kawall said.
There are many events planned around the county this Memorial Day weekend to remember those who have died serving our country.
The Kishwaukee College Welding and Diesel Power Technology Programs were the recipient of a hydraulic crane truck and diesel-powered service level welder, courtesy of Enbridge Inc.
Price will increase for the 5K at 11:59 p.m. June 11 and for the fun run at 10 a.m. June 12. To be guaranteed a T-shirt, register by noon May 29.
“The goal is to utilize the expertise of a federal lobbying firm to help secure funding and financing for two mega projects - our water source initiative and our Metra commuter rail extension project,” Oswego Village Administrator Dan Di Santo said in a memo to the board.