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This Feb. 4, 2014 file photos shows the four candidates running for the Illinois GOP gubernatorial nomination.
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DIXON – Sen. Bill Brady, Republican candidate for governor, will make a campaign stop at 5:30 today at Books on First, 202 W. First St. Brady, of Bloomington, Sen. Kirk Dillard, R-Hinsdale, Winnetka businessman Bruce Rauner, and state Treasurer Dan Rutherford are vying in the March 18 primary to be the party's nominee to unseat Democratic ... (more)
18 hrs ago | The Daily Gazette
NAPERVILLE – KSB Hospital of Dixon was named to the Delivering Quality with Distinction list.
The Dixon City Council has the power to keep its closed session minutes forever secret, but the state Open Meetings Act requires that public bodies review their minutes at least every 6 months to determine whether the need for "confidentiality" still exists.
Before the website was taken down, going to www.DixonSchools.org would redirect a visitor to another website , which had a black-and-white cartoon drawing of a girl.
DIXON – Following a statewide trend – and in keeping with a roughly decade-long tradition – Sauk Valley Community College is raising its in-district tuition.
DIXON – Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger, whose life inspired the movie “Rudy,” will be the featured speaker at a father-son banquet for the St. Anne School 50th anniversary.
Senior Todd Nelson, 18, of Dixon, is Newman Central Catholic High School's December Student of the Month.
Recently, we learned the top dogs in the Dixon Police Department don't much like Lee County Sheriff John Varga, who is facing Dixon police Officer John Simonton in the March 18 GOP primary.
DIXON – A farmer's breakfast fundraiser for Faith Christian School in Grand Detour will be from 7 to 11 a.m. today at First United Methodist Church, 202 S. Peoria Ave. The breakfast was to be held at Bethel Evangelical Congregational Church, but was moved because of a water main break.
Dixon Mayor Jim Burke and Dixon Park Board President Ron Pritchard listen as Tom Whitcombe talks about the story of his grandfather being saved by future President Ronald Reagan when he was a lifeguard at Lowell Park during a statue drawing unveiling last month.