Stories about Savanna, Illinois
West Carroll Superintendent Julie Katzenberger is on administrative leave through Wednesday, the day the teachers union and the school board are set to discuss staff complaints that lead to a vote of no confidence in her.
The bills would allow pharmacists and retail stores to sell fentanyl test strips over the counter.
The Carroll County Help Center is also offering three $500 scholarships to Carroll County high school seniors interested in pursuing training at a community college or a vocational-technical school.
The hunt was reserved for hunters with physical challenges, including those with paraplegia, missing limbs and other disabilities.
State Rep. Tony McCombie said Wednesday that her top priority when she becomes the next House minority leader will be to rebuild the GOP caucus following last week’s elections that were, for Republicans, a disappointment.
Republicans chose new leadership for their caucuses in the Illinois General Assembly on Tuesday night, while the two Democratic leaders each have announced they have the votes to maintain their positions.
The Sauk Valley Area Chamber of Commerce and and state Rep. Toni McCombie, R-Savanna, will offer free document shredding from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday at Sterling Marketplace Pavilion, 111 W. Second St.
On the eve of his trial for attempted murder, a Morrison man who shot two people in 2019 pleaded guilty Friday to a lesser charge.
A Chadwick driver charged with traffic offenses after hitting and killing a Mount Carrol woman now also is facing felony aggravated DUI and reckless homicide charges.
Some areas near Savanna and Thomson are affected by the restrictions.
Blackhawk Hills Regional Council in Rock Falls awarded a grant for $233,000
The Blackhawk Hills Regional Council in Rock Falls was awarded a grant for $233,000 to be used to plan further development of the portion of the Great River Trail that runs from Savanna south to the border with Whiteside County.
There's a bit of a shuffle going on in downtown Sterling, involving a Brady bunch of local business partners.
Small business owners, entrepreneurs and community leaders are invited to participate.
Services are set for the Mount Carroll woman killed Saturday in a vehicle collision with a Chadwick man.