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Susan was born Feb. 1, 1958, in Hillsboro, Wis., the daughter of Edmond and Leona Anderson.
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The REACT helicopter takes off from the parking lot at the Dixon Safety Building.
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Some are charming. In Mount Carroll, at the start of a City Council meeting, someone pulls a string to ring a bell in City Hall's tower, which alerts the public.
Local bicyclist B.J. Fenwick, 66, of Sterling has opened Green River Cyclery at at 205 E. First St. in Dixon, a sales and service shop.
The 2-year anniversary of former Comptroller Rita Crundwell's arrest at Dixon City Hall is Thursday.
Shiela Browning had strong seasons in both volleyball and basketball for LaMoille/Ohio and had opportunities to play both sports.
Artists and art lovers look over the paintings during the 67th Annual Phidian Art Show Thursday evening at Loveland Community House in Dixon.
DIXON – That tornado that leveled the town of Washington could just as easily have hit Amboy.
DIXON – A Shabbona man was in the Lee County Jail on Wednesday on seven criminal charges after a Lee County traffic stop early Wednesday turned into a car chase.
On Friday, Dixon Commissioner Jeff Kuhn will begin driving the streets where residents have asked for repairs.
DIXON – A special April Second Saturdays, featuring Dixon High School student artists, is planned for 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday on Hennepin Ave and First Street out through Ottawa Ave. April Second Saturdays will showcase the second Dixon High School Art Department Student Art Show.
The dates for the Dixon Business Competition have been released. The competition begins with an informational meeting on April 23 and ends with a public pitch competition on June 25, when each finalist will deliver a 2-minute “elevator pitch.” In a news release, Mayor Jim Burke said the competition will help entrepreneurs analyze the ... (more)
Shauntai S. Reyes, 26, of Sterling; 4:22 p.m. Thursday at East Fourth Street and 16th Avenue; talking on a cellphone, no insurance; given notice to appear in court.