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The following is provided by the La Salle County Sheriff's Office, listing those processed at the jail, with their age, day of processing and pending... [Read More]
The Times relies on reports furnished by police in our coverage area. If you know of a police matter but do not see it reported... [Read More]
Catholics do peculiar things sometimes. [Read More]
The state of Illinois apparently believes that ignoring its massive unfunded pension crisis will make it go away. But it gets worse by the week,... [Read More]
To the Editor:... [Read More]
Nine months into his mandate to investigate possible Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, special counsel Robert Mueller has finally found some actual... [Read More]
Careful when walkingIn the gray days of FebruaryWe must be vigilant and waryOf condition's underfootWhere we walk, we must look!There might be snow or iceWe... [Read More]
Note to readers: Scott Reeder first wrote this column nine years ago. Much has changed in those years. His oldest daughter is now 12 and... [Read More]
When Donald Trump and his followers refer to "America," what do they mean?Some see a country of white, English-speaking Christians.Others want a land inhabited by... [Read More]
AN ORPHAN'S TALE... [Read More]
A Streator resident says the state elections board failed to address the merits of his claims against former state Rep. Frank Mautino. [Read More]
On Friday in La Salle County Circuit Court, a Streator man was ordered to prison for a heroin deal. Luke Shepard, 35, was sentenced to... [Read More]
A judge ruled this week a Putnam County murder defendant's wife can testify for the prosecution. [Read More]
Marseilles American Legion Post 235 is accepting applications from currently-enrolled college students in a medical or medical-related curriculum for a cash award to assist in... [Read More]
Ottawa High School honor roll for the first semester, provided by the school, is as follows:... [Read More]
Ottawa will showcase artists from around the country this summer. [Read More]
Indicted former La Salle County State's Attorney Brian Towne could not make a court hearing Friday. Towne is charged with committing official misconduct and misapplying... [Read More]
Marseilles' city attorney said earlier this month the city racked up costs fighting allegations it violated the state's open meetings law "for virtually no result." [Read More]
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