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DeKALB – When principal Andria Mitchell first walked around and felt the doors of newly renovated Tyler Elementary School in DeKalb, she cried.
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DeKALB – As students moved into Northern Illinois University residence halls Friday, senior Jordan Lanum was trying to figure out where he would live after his apartment building was condemned.
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Theis, an actuarial science major, has lived on campus since he transferred from Harper College almost two years ago.
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DeKALB – Corn Fest will take place in downtown DeKalb from Friday, Aug. 29 through Sunday, Aug. 31. According to festival chair Lisa Angel, downtown parking lot closures will begin on Tuesday, Aug. 26, and street closures will begin on Thursday, Aug. 28. The carnival will be located in the city lots of Glidden, Ellwood, and Haish, which are ... (more)
Four men appeared in court for the first time Thursday on allegations they sold less than a gram of cocaine to confidential police sources near a school, court records show.
DeKALB – Owners of University Plaza want to turn the private dormitory into apartments for students in hopes of attracting more residents.
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This is the second year they are raising money for Feed'em Soup. SYCAMORE - Sycamore farmer Ben Drake considered closing down his sweet corn fundraiser for the Feed'em Soup Community Project last weekend before business started to slowly pick up.
We appreciate the contributions that DeKalb Taylor Municipal Airport makes to the community.
The Ellwood Neighborhood, west of the Ellwood House and east of Northern Illinois University, has consistently been in the midst of what seems to be the ocean that separates the university and the city of DeKalb.
The traditional American hymn to life in the wilds of the West talks about a home “where seldom is heard, a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day.” Lisa Bergeron had that dream, and five years ago she found just the place, 12 miles west of DeKalb on Rich Road, plus a couple more miles on gravel roads.
Freeman won the Boylan Invite on Monday at The Ledges in Rockton, carding a 2-under-par 70, pacing the Barbs to a one-stroke win over Hononegah.
DeKALB – Top Northern Illinois University administrator Bill Nicklas had been considering resigning from the university for several weeks before making it official Monday.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:11 pm
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