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The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation is ready for takeoff, said its chairman Reed Wilson when he introduced new director Fran Brolley at an event Thursday.
The summer crop and rainfall report, which features crop condition and rainfall updates from La Salle County farmers, is published regularly during the growing season. This is the first report of the season.
Along with free baseball and music, there will be a free kid's fishing tournament in La Salle, a wine festival in Ottawa and a shrimp and brew hullabaloo in Princeton to highlight the weekend's activities across the Illinois Valley.
On Sunday, following the completion of the Running Start Program, Marquette Academy students Ella Biggins, Lauren Machetta, Mikenna Stacy and Emma Reynolds were honored by Illinois Valley Community College President Jerry Corcoran at their high school graduation.
A special ceremony was conducted Monday at the Marseilles American Legion to pay tribute to Spc. Norman Treest, Staff Sgt. Jon Charles Sapp and Sgt. Michael Vengelisti, who died while serving in the Vietnam War. Three highways were rededicated in their names in Marseilles.
This Memorial Day, remember those who sacrificed all while serving in the United States military with these ceremonies in La Salle, Bureau and Putnam counties.
There's plenty of opportunities to catch free live music in the Illinois Valley this summer. Here is a schedule for the summer.
Marseilles Elementary announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2022-2023 school year.
Memorial Day weekend has brought its wave of visitors to La Salle County’s state parks.
Temperatures for the weekend are expected to be in the 80s and sunny skies are predicted as a number of swimming pools and splash pads are expected to be fully operational across La Salle and Bureau counties for the Memorial Day weekend. Here is when area pools are set to open.
Three Marseilles men killed in action in Vietnam will have streets named for them on Memorial Day.
Seventeen Milton Pope eighth graders helped spread mulch around the more than 200 trees at the Illinois Fallen Soldiers Tree Memorial in Illini State Park.
14 of the fastest growing fast food chains in America already have restaurants in the Illinois Valley. Here's a look at the other 11 and where the closest restaurants are located. Which one of these will be the next to locate in the region?
Marseilles Spring Rummage Sales will continue 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 20.
With agreements complete, the Marseilles City Council will vote to annex property near Interstate 80 at its next meeting.