The Prophet mascot will get at least one more day to shine as Prophetstown kept its season alive with a 54-42 win at the Polo Regional over Forreston.
The Panthers will head south on Friday to Bloomington to prepare for the Dual Team State Finals after defeating Princeton 54-22 at the Morrison Dual Team Sectional.
With the AroundPtown area receiving 1.5 - 2 inches of rain in the last 18 hours, on frozen ground, the water is simply running off, causing a rapid rise in area waterways.
Last Tuesday night the Prophets Boys' Basketball Team played their final home game of the year and also the last home game as the Prophets.
Family and friends of Peggy Kuelper of Prophetstown are holding a benefit to help with medical expenses in her battle with terminal cancer.
Cold shooting doomed the Cardinals in their first round regional game with Eastland in Polo on Monday losing 58-45.
Revisiting the decision to play all boys’ home basketball games in Erie and all girls’ home games in Prophetstown was the main topic of discussion at the January EP Co-op Board of Control meeting.
Last Friday Erie celebrated Senior Night for boys' basketball and scholastic bowl.
The Tampico Historical Society and the Reagan Birthplace Museum celebrated former President Ronald Reagan's birthday on February 6th.
During their February meeting Lyndon Village Board President Doug Dunlap announced that the village has submitted its application for a an EPA loan to finance several water system projects.