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February 28, 2013 by James Weekly (Register to contact)

Ronald Dyas passed away February 26,2013 at Anaheim, CA. He was a 1953 graduate of ECHS.

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Robert Ortberg – Earlville – Mix 94.7 KMCH  kmch.com

Robert L. Ortberg, 77, of Dubuque, Iowa, formerly of Earlville, Iowa, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, June 20, 2019. In agreement with his wishes, ...



Lady Raiders hold on to top Putnam County  MyWebTimes.com

EARLVILLE — The word "energy" is commonly used by basketball coaches at every level as something they expect from start to finish when their teams step on ...



Earlville grad elected Illinois Association FFA Secretary  MyWebTimes.com

Future Illinois Valley Community College agriculture student Miriam Hoffman, of Earlville, was elected as the 2018-19 Illinois Association FFA Secretary.



Earlville Teen Selected As State FFA Officer; First All-Female Officer Team in Illinois History  WspyNews

The 90th edition of the Illinois State FFA Convention wrapped up on Thursday in Springfield and a local FFA Student has been elected to the 2018-2019 Illinois ...



Campbell to tee off for Carl Sandburg  MyWebTimes.com

Earlville High School soon-to-be graduate Grant Campbell will continue his education in Galesburg at Carl Sandburg and his golf career at the NJCAA Division ...



AREA ROUNDUP: Flanagan-Cornell, Fieldcrest score HOIC victories  MyWebTimes.com

GRANVILLE — The Woodland Warriors were defeated 65-53 by the Putnam County Panthers in a Tri-County Conference boys basketball game Friday night at ...



All-female state officer team elected by Illinois FFA  Mendota Reporter

Newly elected Illinois State FFA officers are, left to right, Shaylee Clinton, reporter; Eliza Petry, vice president; Sophia Hortin, president; Miriam Hoffman, ...



Bobcats prey on Red Raiders errors, 13-3  MyWebTimes.com

EARLVILLE — Errors are part of most baseball games, and sometimes they can play a huge role in deciding a contest one way or another. While the Somonauk ...



New state officers plan to 'elevate' Illinois FFA  Agri News

CARBONDALE, Ill. – Less than a month after their election at the 90th Illinois FFA State Convention, the new major officers and their section presidents rolled up ...



Ottawa family leads path on 'Rhode to a Cure'  MyWebTimes.com

Jennifer Rhode was known to push her physical limits in the gym regularly and hiking the lengthy trails at Starved Rock State Park on a near-weekly basis.



First All-Female Team of FFA State Officers Includes Teutopolis Girl  Effingham's News Leader

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PHOTOS: Community Roundup | Free  LaSalle News Tribune

Southern Illinois University graduate Jena Dalzot, formerly of Dalzell, who just finished second with her dad in the Masters Walleye Circuit tournament at Spring ...



Part-time Polo police officer charged with felony restraint  SaukValley.com

GRAND DETOUR – A part-time Polo police officer who also is a LaSalle County school superintendent is charged with unlawful restraint, a felony, and two ...



Team "The Rhode to a Cure" to lead Les Turner Foundation ALS Walk for Life  LaSalle News Tribune

Jennifer Rhode of Ottawa was diagnosed with ALS last year, and soon afterwards found out about the Les Turner ALS Foundation's Walk For Life.



Obituary: Krystle M. Price  Patch.com

Bolingbrook, IL - Price passed away Saturday, July 18.



Trick-or-treating times announced | News  LaSalle News Tribune

Unlike some years, when some towns have different designated days for trick-or-treating, communities throughout North Central Illinois set the same hours on ...



Mary Ann Troutman  Mendota Reporter

TRIUMPH - Mary Ann Troutman, 67, of Triumph died March 3, 2018 at the Mendota Lutheran Home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 9 ...



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