Prophetstown, Illinois news
As people make travel plans to celebrate with family and friends this year, the American Red Cross asks donors to set aside time to give blood or platelets for patients waiting for care over the holidays.
Seasonal illness, winter weather and holiday celebrations often lead to lower appointment numbers and decreased donor turnout, making it hard to keep up with the demand for blood products.
Daryl Drennen of Prophetstown and Rob “Ike” Isaacson of Morrison wield tongs and tools and pound on anvils to make metal creations like the blacksmiths of decades and centuries ago.
A defendant who pleads nolo contendere, or no contest, accepts a conviction without admitting guilt.
U.S. Rep. Eric Sorensen announces funding to support energy needs, lower costs.
Whiteside County boasts 2 exemplary schools, 2 Lee County schools show need for improvement support.
U.S. Rep. Eric Sorensen, a Democrat representing Illinois’ 17th Congressional District, has announced over $1.2 million in funding awarded to 12 rural and small businesses and agriculture producers to lower energy costs and strengthen their energy resilience.
Three weeks after a federal judge denied his request to plead no contest, an elderly Prophetstown anti-abortion activist pleaded guilty to trying to burn down a clinic where abortions will be performed.
The federal judge in the case of an elderly Prophetstown anti-abortion activist charged with trying to burn down a future clinic where abortions will be performed will not allow him to plead no contest.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign has announced 8,209 dean’s list students for the 2023 spring semester.
More than 50 tractors chugged out of the Whiteside County Fairgrounds Monday morning
Federal prosecutors are fighting an elderly Prophetstown anti-abortion activist’s request to plead no contest to trying to burn down a Danville clinic where abortions will be performed.
A Prophetstown anti-abortion activist indicted in federal court for trying to burn down a clinic in Danville where abortions will be performed because of his “religious beliefs” wants to plead no contest, court records show.
Stoller was spending most of the day in and around the Prophetstown/Morrison area.
State Senator Win Stoller made several stops in and around the Prophetstown/Morrison area Tuesday, July 25, 2023 to learn about what the region has to offer.