Around Town

Lions Club Winner

Jaiden Oleson was announced as the winner of the Prophetstown Lions Club Peace Poster contest.

Public's Help Needed (video)

Lyndon Police Chief Mike Fisk is asking for the public's help in identifying a car involved in a residential burglary. 

Visiting Cat Has Adventure

A stop in the Prophetstown Park tuned into quite an adventure for a couple from Colorado. Judith and Richard Nivison stopped at the State Park on Wednesday evening.

Downtown Building Crumbling

Falling plaster from the north wall of the Prophetstown Historical Society building has caused the city to close a sidewalk and a few parking spots on Third Street. 

Photographer Open House

Local Photographer Nicole Olinger held a grand opening at her new studio on Saturday. The studio, a former garage, that was moved to their property and converted, holds office space and an indoor studio setting.

Prophetstown's Headless Horseman

It's not everyday you see a headless horseman riding up and down Prophetstown's Main Street, but on Monday several people saw exactly that. 

Prophetstown PD Shares Tips

Halloween is night when kids get the chance to collect enough candy to tie them over until Christmas. It a great night of fun and frolic, but it's also a night that calls for caution and good sense.

Park District Makes Property Proposal

Saying,” It would benefit the school and it would benefit us,” board president Jason Taylor summed up the feeling of the Prophetstown Park District’s proposal for a property swap with the PLT #3 School District.

Food Pantry Receives Donation

The Prophetstown-Lyndon-Hooppole Food Pantry was the receipient of a donation from Royal Neighbors Chapter 516 on Saturday morning.

Wheelchair Becomes "Frozen" Sled (video) (photos)

A surprise that had literally been building for the past many months was unveiled to family and friends at the United Methodist Church in Prophetstown early Saturday afternoon.

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