The Lyndon Board of Trustees approved an increase in their water rates that will take effect on January 1st during their Tuesday night meeting.
The Prophetstown Fire Protection District decided to increase coverage on their trucks and equipment during their Monday night meeting.
The first indication of the expansion of the Lyndon Fire Station was completed last week as several volunteers joined together to move the cities warning siren.
During their November 6th meeting the Tampico Village Commissioners heard a proposal from Jim Pozzi of Republic Waste to extend their existing contract, which is up in June of 2019.
Voters turned out in record numbers to cast their ballots on Tuesday.
Whiteside County Deputies conducted a traffic stop on Moline Road near Yorktown Road on Sunday, November 4th at 9:54 p.m. for improper lane usage.
The mid-term election will take place on Tuesday. Below is some basic information and a sample ballot. Do your civic duty and VOTE !
We owe it to our communities, to have a sheriff who can create solutions to the complex problems while sharing and collaborating resources.
Prophetstown Mayor Steve Swanson has announced that the city has purchased a large amount of "No Soliciting" stickers that are available to residents