This past weekend the Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office had its first annual, "Shop with a Sheriff" event.
The village was able to purchase the twelve new lights through a grant from the Moore Foundation.
Prophetstown Public Works Director Brian Strike has announced that beginning Monday, December 9th annual maintenance will begin on the city's water filtering system.
(Update- Prophetstown Public Works Director Brian Strike wants to remind residents of the change in location of the city's yard waste dump...
In the wake of the resignation of Mayor Doug Dunlap the Lyndon Village Board of Trustees elected trustee Becky Piester to fulfill the term of Dunlap.
The Prophetstown Fire Protection District met for their monthly meeting on November 11th. No major issues were discussed, but several on-going projects were updated.
The use of golf carts within the city limits was once again a topic of discussion during their November meeting.
A welfare check in Lyndon on Saturday led to the discovery of two deceased adults in a residence.
In a bizarre turn of events at the monthly Lyndon board meeting, it was announced that Mayor Doug Dunlap and board member Paul Engwall had both submitted their resignations to village attorney Matt Cole last week.
Mayor Kris Hill said the department would take a few days to decide whether to keep the replacement vehicle. She added the used car would, “by us some time” before having to buy a new vehicle.