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PFPD June; First Responder Class To Be Offered

The department sent two firefighters, Trevor Richmond and Charles Powell along with the water tanker from the Prophetstown station, to Rockton, Illinois to assist with the Chemtool fire.

Correction On E-Waste Date

The next scheduled date for E-Waste Recycling is Saturday, August 21st.

Lyndon Public Works Summer Hours

Summer Hours for Lyndon Public Works are 6 AM - 2:30 PM, Monday through Friday.

Lyndon Gets Green (photos)

The tree plantings were done by village employees, two adult volunteers, and two children volunteers.

Revolving Business Loan Program Receives Additional Funds; Gaming Facility Coming

The foundation initially gave $30,000 in April to get the program underway and with its second contribution, $40,000 is now available. Terms of the loans include twelve months no payment and free interest with a 1% interest charge kicking in after one year. There is also a $5,000 limit per business.

Erie Hires New Employee

Officer Brian Hawk held a successful CPR class and “coffee with a cop” at Harvest Bakery was a huge success with 30 – 40 people at one point with many more coming and going over the open house.

Be Aware Of Farm Equipment

Shugart's vehicle attempted to stop was unable to and skidded out of control before spinning 180° and striking the silage trailer in the front left side.

Hwy 30 Construction In Morrison Starts Monday

Resurfacing of US 30 from Jackson Street to French Creek in Morrison will begin on Monday, June 14.

Lyndon Adds Board Member

Piester said she was not happy with previous work done by the company in the village saying she was "not comfortable with them getting another project."

Tampico Village Board Meets

During the June 1st Village of Tampico Board meeting Mayor Kris Hill announced an abandoned home at the corner of N. Washington and W. Third St. has been prepared for demolition.