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The first batch of Concealed Carry License applications has been approved and is ready to be printed and mailed in Illinois.
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ARLINGTON/SPRINGFIELD - The outcome as to the future care of 13 Bureau County dogs and seven horses is now in the hands of the Illinois Department of Agriculture.
A one-day education course to meet the requirements for renewing a current food service sanitation manager certificate will be offered on April 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Bureau County Health Department.
In November 2013, an EF4 tornado roared through Central Illinois, killing seven people and damaging more than 1,000 homes in Washington.
See ya tonight at the Pheasants Forever banquet at the Met. The weather has changed, and we all seem to be a lot happier now.
All graduating seniors, or the equivalent if home-schooled, who reside in Bureau County, and who will be attending college as an art major in the fall of 2014, are invited to apply.
She was born March 5, 1916, in Spring Valley to Quinto and Jennie Mussatti. She graduated in 1934 from Hall High School in Spring Valley.
The Bureau County Cluster will perform at 4 p.m. March 29 at the Red Oak United Methodist Church, north of Route 92 between Walnut and Ohio.
No sense even writing about the weather ... I'm tired of trying to romanticize Mother Nature's fury, and Old Man Winter isn't heeding our weariness.
A hearing will be held Wednesday in Springfield to determine what happens with 13 beagle dogs and seven horses in eastern Bureau County.
According to a recent study in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, the West Nile Virus has cost the United States about $780 million in health care costs and lost productivity, There have been more than 37,000 WNV cases in the United States since its arrival in 1999 through 2012.
Five Bureau County fire departments are among 193 fire department statewide to receive Small Equipment Grants through the state of Illinois.
Sue Brooker and Toni Fusinatto are the new 4-H and Youth Development Program coordinators for the University of Illinois Extension in Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall and Putnam counties.
The Project Success Board has instituted an award program to publicly recognize local schools, churches, organizations and businesses that go “Above and Beyond Community Support” to help the Hall Township Food Pantry to flourish.