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Oglesby schools still are projected to finish the school year in the red, but not by as much as the district superintendent initially thought.
Oglesby has 20 liquor licenses in use. The City Council is thinking of not creating any more.
The Oglesby Public Library, 111 S. Woodland Ave., will be hosting a senior citizens rules of the road course 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.
The Oglesby American Legion, 410 Clark St., will host its monthly steak fry 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22.
The Oglesby American Legion, 410 Clark St., will host its monthly taco night from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21. Cost of three tacos is $6.
Rep. Yednock, D-Ottawa, is hosting his first Illinois Valley Connect!, a free community resource fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Lehigh Memorial Park in Oglesby.
Oglesby has a new police officer
Illinois Valley Community College Agriculture, in partnership with the University of Illinois Extension, will host a Crop Research Field Day, Friday, Sept. 23, at IVCC’s agricultural research plot, 815 N. Orlando Smith Road, Oglesby.
Oglesby American Legion, 410 Clark St., will host its monthly fish fry from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2.
The Illinois Valley Area Chamber of Commerce and the Illini Valley Association of REALTORS, in partnership with cities of Spring Valley, Peru, La Salle, Utica and Oglesby, will host Saturday, Oct. 15, a Commercial Property Open House.
After a year of traveling through the state and meeting new people, Axetreme's owners decided to open an axe house at 204 E. Walnut, Suite B, in Oglesby.
Oglesby Public Library, 111 Woodland Ave., is beginning story times in September.
Oglesby schools are projected to finish the school year nearly $1.2 million in the red, but the district superintendent cautioned the numbers are fluid.
Oglesby might have hit upon a solution for the ongoing drainage problems at Heritage and Oakwood Avenues – but nobody seems to want to pay for it.
Students attended the first day of classes Monday at Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby.