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Score a Motherload of Pumpkins On the Cheap at One Illinois Farm

Going to a pumpkin patch and loading the trunk with pumpkins, gourds, and other fall goodies is an annual tradition many families love, mine included, but honestly, it's way easy to go overboard. If you want to deck your home out to the 9's in farm-fresh fall decor, but your budget doesn't agree, I know one place not too far from Rockford that will please both your family and your wallet.
ROCKFORD, IL
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Janesville City Council asked to pull trigger on wheel tax increase, relief funding allocations

As the city of Janesville moves deeper into its annual budget planning process, city staff is asking the council to OK a proposal to double the city’s vehicle registration fee, also known as the wheel tax. The goal, officials say, is to help the city pay for street repair costs the city has said are ballooning beyond the city’s ability to borrow.
JANESVILLE, WI
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Beloit Daily News

Stores experience shortages as COVID-19 lingers

JANESVILLE—Late last week at Woodman’s Food Market, there was a broad selection of chicken wing sauces on the shelf right above the chest freezer where frozen chicken wings are supposed to be stocked. Yet in the freezer bins below the trove of mild, spicy and bourbon-glazed wing sauces, there were...
JANESVILLE, WI
Beloit Daily News

Fear Fest 2021 offers creepy fun

SOUTH BELOIT—“Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary. . .”. The Rich and Verda Barclay property seems like the kind of place Edgar Allan Poe would have immersed himself in as he wrote his chilling works of intrigue and horror. The original farm and house at...
SOUTH BELOIT, IL
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Beloit Daily News

Public input meeting on Beloit pandemic aid set for Monday

BELOIT—The first step in potentially deciding how the City of Beloit spends federal pandemic assistance dollars will get underway during a meeting set for 6 p.m. Monday to allow residents to weigh in on the process. The city will receive $15.2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. When...
BELOIT, WI
Kenosha News.com

2 Bedroom Home in Lake Villa - $179,000

You'll love this location with a private yard and a half acre lot! Located in the popular Venetian Village neighborhood. The home features large room sizes and wood laminate flooring. Spacious living room and separate dining room. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and ample oak cabinets and counter space. Sliding glass door to backyard patio. New hot water heater. Updates made to home approx 2011: new roof & siding, new furnace, new kitchen appliances, new flooring & paint, new bathroom remodel. Attached two car garage. Lake Villa Grade school district 41 and Grayslake North high school district 127. Great location near parks, lakes and schools. Close to shopping and restaurants. Easy access to major roadways for your work commute. Please note: central air is sold in as-is condition. Virtual 3D tour to preview the home easily.
LAKE VILLA, IL
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Daily Jefferson County Union

Football: Blackhawks upset top-ranked Thunderbirds 27-6

The southeast stadium lights near the student section were not functioning, leaving a quarter of the playing field dimly lit. That is just about the only thing that was not a full-go for Homecoming. Fort Atkinson’s football team upended state top-ranked Baraboo 27-6 in a Badger-Small Conference game at Jones...
Beloit Daily News

Roscoe business among fastest-growing small businesses

ROSCOE—For nearly two decades, Martin Exteriors has provided high-quality roofing projects to customers in the Stateline Area. This year, the Roscoe-based business was named one of the top growing companies in the county. According to Inc.com, a magazine that annually tracks business growth in the U.S., Martin Exteriors ranked 745...
ROSCOE, IL
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Beloit Regional Hospice hosts first annual “Pulling for Hospice”

BELOIT, Wis.- (WIFR) - Beloit Regional Hospice offers end of life care to anyone regardless of their financial situation. The group put on it’s first annual “Pulling for Hospice” fundraiser to ensure they can provide their services for the community. Dozens of people gathered in the North Ironworks parking lot...
BELOIT, WI
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CC Teams Run in Midwest Invitational

In the 81st running of the Janesville Midwest Cross Country Invitational, the Whitewater Whippets were treated to some great racing conditions and supreme competition. Whitewater is one of the smallest schools in the meet but found great value in rubbing elbows with some of the Midwest’s best athletes and walked away with many new personal bests.
Daily Jefferson County Union

Whitewater Middle-schoolers harvest produce they planted this past spring

WHITEWATER — Needy families in Whitewater soon will have their choice of organic edible pumpkins and squash courtesy of the Whitewater Kiwanis-sponsored Middle School “Builders Club.”. Roughly three dozen Whitewater Middle School students, under the direction of Associate Principal and Kiwanis member Ben Holzem, harvested the produce Sept. 22. After...
WHITEWATER, WI
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#FlashbackFriday with the Historical Society: 1901 Train Wreck

Welcome back to #FlashbackFriday with the Whitewater Historical Society! Pictured here is a train wreck that most likely occurred on the outskirts of Whitewater on September 30, 1901. An event like this would have been the talk of the town, as evidenced by the amount of people watching the clean up process undertaken by Chicago, Milwaukee, & Saint Paul railroad crews. Interestingly enough, in the 1890s through the 1930s, train wrecks were purposely staged for public entertainment and proved to be rather popular spectacles throughout the country.
Daily Jefferson County Union

Cross country: Fort girls fifth, boys 12 at Warrior Invitational

MUSKEGO — Fort Atkinson’s girls cross country team placed fifth and the boys side was 12th at Saturday’s Warrior Invitational at Lake Denoon Middle School. Freshman Mary Worden finished seventh in 20 minutes, 5 seconds for the Fort girls, which scored 128 points. Seniors Sophie Chapman (13th, 20:42) and Jada Zorn (17th, 20:57), junior Kaitlyn Burke (48th, 22:10) and freshman Analisa Boshart (71st, 24:57) also scored.
FORT ATKINSON, WI

Ingleside Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Ingleside: Sunday, September 26: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy overnight; Monday, September 27: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Tuesday, September 28: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Wednesday, September 29: Sunny during
INGLESIDE, IL
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