Prophetstown, Illinois news
Sixteen Sauk Valley-area school districts and the Whiteside Area Career Center are recipients of some of the $30 million in Illinois State Board of Education school maintenance grants.
At Kinwood Farm, family practices foraging and old-world methods to stay true to its organic agricultural roots.
An autopsy is scheduled Tuesday afternoon for a 3-year-old Nelson girl who was pronounced dead early Saturday at CGH Medical Center in Sterling, the Whiteside County coroner said.
Local developer Scott Hibbard is starting a new business in a long-vacant building on Sterling's West End.
Marty and Troy Gustafson share their thoughts and details of their record-setting shovelnose sturgeon catches earlier this winter.
Rural development grants that target needs in three Whiteside County communities were announced on Wednesday by U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos of the 17th District.
Blood supplies still are critically low; here are opportunities to donate in February in the Sauk Valley.
A Prophetstown man and his nephew are on the hook for potentially breaking the state record for largest shovel-nosed sturgeon ever taken in Illinois – a record they broke within a month of each other, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources reports.
Birkey’s Farm Store, which operates stores in Polo and Prophetstown, is now employee owned.
Right on schedule, dozens of American bald eagles are wintering at Lawrence Park, on the Rock River between Sterling and Rock Falls.
Erie officer and Sterling native Brian Hawk is the new village chief of police.
Jenna Scifres turns raw materials into polished, handcrafted works of art at Jenna Scifres Handmade Jewelry in Prophetstown.
Tampico Lions Club has winning entry in Prophetstown Christmas parade
A Prophetstown man is charged with two counts of aggravated discharge of a firearm, accused of shooting at an occupied vehicle Saturday morning in rural Fenton.
A Morrison man is charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty after a 4-month-old puppy was found dead of a head injury in his home.