Stories about Polo, Illinois
Cardinals to play Rock Island Alleman in 2A Oregon Sectional championship Thursday, Feb. 22.
Polo City Council members accepted a $1.93 million bid to construct a new city/township hall at 118 N. Franklin Ave. Council members also unanimously voted to hire Fehr Graham for construction engineering services related to the project for $139,000.
Oregon falls to Morrison in 2A regional action.
The handful of buildings on Mount Morris’ historic campus now has an additional zoning option that would allow the buildings to be utilized as limited short-term rental units. The zoning option doesn't automatically apply to the buildings; owners must request a zoning change.
This event includes an evening of food, fun and fellowship along with a preview of the upcoming season.
Program begins at 10 a.m.
The show is open to the public 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Wednesday through Saturday
Seniors Anthony Bauer and Quentin Berry finish second; freshman Nelson Benesh takes third.
Ogle County voters will decide whether school districts get funding from a new proposed 1% sales tax when they cast their ballots in the March 19 primary election.
Oregon Park District got a $600,000 OSLAD grant. Mount Morris got $152,600 and Dixon received $68,200 from the program.
The speaker will be Amy Alber, a local Mary Kay consultant.
Group of women joins together to donate to charities within Ogle County.
Meetings are generally held at 1 p.m. on the second Monday of the month at KSB in Polo. All are welcome.
Milwaukee School of Engineering dean’s list includes local students.
The zoning needed to proceed with building the Hill Street Neighborhood, which would be dedicated to serving disabled residents in an innovative and individualized fashion, is in place.