Marshall County news
Marshall-Putnam Soil and Water Conservation District is set to offer participants a conservation camp in a box. The office has built the box in hopes to help the end of summer pass a bit better.
The Chief Senachwine Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is continuing its Summer Membership Drive and invites all women interested in researching their colonial ancestry are invited to supply information on their first three or four generations.
The Chief Senachwine Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter has received news that its members were awarded recognition certificates during Continental Congress, the national conference held from June 29 through July 3, in Washington, D.C.
The cost for the trip is $75 per person. This cost includes the boat tour, lunch with one mimosa and admission to the Weber House. Participants can register by calling the Bureau County Farm Bureau at 815-875-6468 or the Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau office at 309-364-2501.
A Varna man and woman were flown to regional hospitals with life-threatening injuries following a single-vehicle crash Wednesday that also killed a 68-year-old Mattoon woman on Interstate 80, near Annawan, in Henry County.
Children and families participated in the Marshall-Putnam 4-H Show on Wednesday in Henry.
The Chief Senachwine Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is kicking off its summer Membership Drive by sharing information to help women find out if they have a revolutionary patriot in their family.
The 2022 Marshall- Putnam “Musical-A-Fair” will take place from July 13 through 17 and will offer a variety of children’s activities.
A Dana man could face up to 3 years if convicted of falsely reporting the theft of a pickup truck involved in a vehicle-versus-train crash in Toluca.
Approximately $3.1 million in Grade Crossing Protection Funds will be used to help pay for the installation of automatic warning devices at eleven highway-rail grade crossings of the Iowa Interstate Railroad Tracks in Bureau, LaSalle, Putnam and Rock Island counties.
The Henry United Presbyterian Church is launching a new ministry called GriefShare. It is a 13 week session guided to help those who are suffering from the loss of a loved one.
The Marshall-Putnam Retired Teachers Association will be sponsoring a summer excursion on Aug. 16, to the Isabel Bloom Pottery Studio in Davenport, Iowa.
The Marshall-Putnam Fair will be ready to rock and roll at the “Musical A-Fair” that will run from Wednesday, July 13, through Sunday, July 17.
Demolition of the old high school section at Fieldcrest Middle School in Wenona has begun, revealing a time capsule and an old bank vault door in the process.
A small committee of livestock families are interested in preserving the original hog barn on the Marshall-Putnam Fairgrounds.