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Joel Odell of Princeton and Kaylyn Friel of Tiskilwa practice dialing 911 with lead dispatcher Dawn Porter of BueComm's Emergency Call Center during a Safety Town 911 Simulation.
Yesterday | Bureau County Republican
At Monday's meeting of the Princeton City Council, Princeton City Manager Jeff Clawson said the weekend's Z-Tour bike ride was a huge success with 578 paid riders, which is up about 75 riders from last year and a couple hundred from two years ago.
The Bureau County Food Pantry was awarded a $1,500 grant through BP's Fueling Communities Grant Program.
Voice mail problems, ambulance fees and weeds were on the minds of Princeton City Council members at Monday's council meeting at Princeton City Hall.
Open Prairie United Church of Christ of Princeton is collecting school supplies until Aug. 3 to donate to the international organization Church World Service .
Fliers promoting the Get Covered Illinois health insurance marketplace sit in a box at the Bureau County Health Department offices in Princeton, Ill., in December 2013.
Geraldine Ann Blitsch, 80, of Princeton died Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Heartland Health Care in Henry surrounded by her loved ones.
Participants in the April 24 IV Talent Showcase at Illinois Valley Community College present a $1,000 check to Nancy Jackson of the American Cancer Society's LaSalle County Relay for Life.
Surviving are her children, Yienvang Saelee of Laos and Fouorn Saechao of rural Princeton; seven grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Yiencho and Koicho of Laos.
Aurora University has released its spring 2014 dean's list. Area students who made the list with high honors are Joshua Kieffer of Princeton and Emily Mathew of Walnut.
Brendan Coughlin of Princeton took along a copy of the BCR on a recent trip to Sweden and Denmark with the North Park University Touring Gospel Choir .
Employees of Dimond Bros. Insurance in Princeton recently held an event and raised $1,400 for Believe, a local nonprofit organization that customizes wigs for those battling cancer.
The Princeton Community Band will present the last concert of its season at 6 p.m. Sunday at Soldiers and Sailors Park in Princeton.
Winning $10,000 worth of furniture would be a dream come true - especially for a newly married couple, settling into their first home.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 08:27 am
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