PAXTON — The committee organizing the Paxton Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration is seeking nominations for its Golden Deeds Awards, which will be presen…
PAXTON — Ford County mobile home taxpayers are reminded that Friday, May 3, is the final day to pay their mobile home tax bills without penalty.
GIBSON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Following is a list of cases filed recently in Ford County Circuit Court, as posted at www.judici.com:
PAXTON — Weather permitting, workers for the city of Paxton will be flushing hydrants between Monday, May 6, and Friday, May 10, starting on the west side of town.
GIBSON CITY — The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley School board approved multi-year contract extensions for the school district’s administrators during its meeting Monday night.
GIBSON CITY — City employees from two departments will receive annual raises and an additional vacation level as part of a four-year contract approved Monday night by Gibson City Council members.
PAXTON — The Paxton Police Department released the following list of recent activity:
BAYLES LAKE — The Tin Cup Restaurant & Bar opened Tuesday in Lakeview Country Club’s clubhouse.
DANFORTH — A 79-year-old Danforth man died Friday in a two-vehicle accident in rural Danforth in Iroquois County.
WATSEKA -- Lillie Frichtl, Macie Wright, Maisy Johnson and Hannah Schwarz of the PBL High School girls track and field team finished first in the 4x100 relay with a time of 54 seconds at Tuesd…
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GIBSON CITY -- The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley baseball team lost 11-0 to St. Joseph-Ogden.
PAXTON -- The Paxton-Buckley-Loda softball team won 15-2 Tuesday over Centennial.
GIBSON CITY -- The Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School boys track and field team placed second in Tuesday's Falcon Invite.
GIBSON CITY — Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley High School has two nominees for the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Coaches of the Year Award for the 2018-19 season.
As a way to protect nonparticipating landowners from potential noise and property-value issues resulting from wind turbines being built near their properties, the Ford County Board is considering adopting more restrictive setbacks for turbines in relation to property lines. The only question is how much more restrictive they will be. What do you think?