A second group of Prophetstown Elementary School students share their wishes for the new year.
The general sentiment is 2020 will look much better in the rearview!
The Village of Lyndon has announced the winners in their holiday light display contest. No entry was needed as volunteers simply drive...
Some of the kindergarteners, first, and second graders at Tampico Elementary School were nice enough to share their Christmas wishes with Aroundptown.com.
From ponies to dolls to electronic games the kids tell Santa what they would like and how good they have been.
A second set of greetings from area businesses.
Santa has a special message for everyone in the Prophetstown area!!!
Our first installment features Sue Miller with Black Hawk Mutual Insurance, the staff at Winning Wheels and Karla Wetzell from Grama's Healing Porch.
The three-time all-conference cross country runner said she, "is thrilled" to get the chance to compete at the next level.
The parked parade featured over a dozen entries lined up in the Erie High School parking lot with Santa and Mrs. Claus on hand to have their photo taken with fans.