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Lyndon Seeking Pest Service

The village of Lyndon is seeking bids for Pest Control Service for the Village Hall and Public Works building in Lyndon, Illinois....

Tampico Defaced

The concession stand at the Tampico ball field was covered with racial slurs and obscene pictures painted in light blue and red spray paint.

TIF Projects Funded; Prophetstown City Council October

Approval for TIF money in the amount of $12,000 was also given to Keith Crady owner of Hometown Hardware for improvements to the building located at 317 Washington St.

Lyndon Adopts Cannabis Ordinances; Water project Winding Down

During the October meeting of the Lyndon Village Trustees, Mayor Doug Dunlap reported that the village's water project is rapidly being completed...

Fatal Accident

Whiteside County Sheriff's Office was informed by Winnebago County Coroner's Office Headlee has passed away from her injuries due to the crash. Aude, the driver of the tractor, was not injured during the crash.

I 80 Bridge Work

The closure will be in the westbound drive lane on Monday, October 7, and Tuesday, October 8, from 6:30 AM to 2:00 PM. A second closure will be installed in the eastbound drive lane on Wednesday, October 9, through Friday, October 11, from 6:30 AM to 2:00 PM.

IDOT Construction; Fulton, Rock Falls

The Illinois Department of Transportation announces that weather permitting, construction will begin Tuesday, October 1, on 14th Avenue (Illinois 136) in Fulton.

Tampico Ordinance Takes Hold

The installation of new water lines in parts of the village continues to progress despite a problem last week that caused a boil order to be put into effect for a short time.

Tampico Boil Order Lifted

The Village of Tampico has lifted the boil order as of 1:00 PM Wednesday, which put in place yesterday afternoon.

Lyndon To Hold Zoning Hearing On Marijuana Sales

Village attorney Matt Cole presented three drafts of ordinances to the board relating to the regulation of recreational marijuana. The state of Illinois passed legislation last spring that allows for the use of recreational marijuana beginning January 1, 2020.