• Free Admission Family Nature Day receives grant
  • Snow transforms into works of art at 34th annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition
  • Young authors study, present ‘The Rainbow Fish’
  • Machesney park man pleads guilty to the armed robbery of a bank, the robbery of a convenience store
  • Harlem competitive cheer dominates Belvidere Winter Classic
  • Pec prepares to host MLK Jr. Invitational
  • BMS students of the Month
  • Free Admission Family Nature Day receives grant

    Free Admission Family Nature Day receives grant

    Natural Land Institute (NLI) is pleased to announce that it has received a $2,500 grant from the Dr. Louis & Violet Rubin Fund of the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois Community Grants Program. This grant supports Family Nature Day, a free admission family themed event that features learning stations spread […]

  • Snow transforms into works of art at 34th annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition

    Snow transforms into works of art at 34th annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition

    Blocks of snow will soon transform into works of art at the 34th Annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition, which takes place at Sinnissippi Park, 1375 N. Second St., Rockford, Ill., beginning Wednesday, January 22, 2020 through Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020. Teams come from all over the state to Rockford to […]

  • Young authors study, present ‘The Rainbow Fish’

    Young authors study, present ‘The Rainbow Fish’

    Young authors study, present ‘The Rainbow Fish’ The featured story for the January PAW (Pecatonica Aspiring Writers) meeting at Pecatonica Elementary School was the book The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. It tells the story of a colorful fish that thinks he is better than all the other fish, because […]

  • Machesney park man pleads guilty to the armed robbery of a bank, the robbery of a convenience store

    Machesney park man pleads guilty to the armed robbery of a bank, the robbery of a convenience store

    A Machesney Park, Ill., man pleaded guilty last week before U.S. District Judge John J. Tharp, Jr. to one count of armed robbery, one count of robbery, and one count of using and carrying a firearm during a crime of violence. David M. Baney, 34, admitted in a written plea […]

  • Harlem competitive cheer dominates Belvidere Winter Classic

    Harlem competitive cheer dominates Belvidere Winter Classic

    By Bob Balgemann Reporter Harlem competitive cheer entered three teams in the recent Belvidere Winter Classic and they came home with championship hardware in each of their divisions. It was a highly competitive event with close to 50 teams in all, testing each other’s routines and abilities. The Lady Huskies […]

  • Pec prepares to host MLK Jr. Invitational

    Pec prepares to host MLK Jr. Invitational

    By Chris Johnson REPORTER The holiday break proved to be very beneficial for the Pecatonica Indians boys’ basketball team. Following a solid showing in the Forreston Holiday Tournament, they closed 2019 with the Title at Eastland. Efforts undertaken by the team and the consistent play has helped the Indians start […]

  • BMS students of the Month

    BMS students of the Month

    submitted photo Tempo   Byron Bank, located at 200 N Walnut St. in Byron, is proud to announce the Byron Middle School Students of the Month. Students are selected by teachers based on criteria of: work habits, positive attitude, good manners, cooperation with faculty and peers, and a good role […]

 

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