Fair

Closings for Monday, Jan. 27

Published: Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014 2:22 p.m. CST • Updated: Monday, Jan. 27, 2014 5:12 p.m. CST

Amboy Public Schools: No school Monday

Ashford University: No classes Monday

Ashton Franklin Center schools: No school Monday

Chadwick-Milledgeville public schools: No school Monday

Christ Lutheran School, Sterling: No school Monday

Dixon city offices: Closed Monday

Dixon Community Food Pantry: Closed Monday

Dixon public schools: No school Monday

East Coloma-Nelson School: No school Monday

Eastland public schools: No school Monday

Erie public schools: No school Monday

Faith Christian School, Dixon: No school Monday

Forrestville Valley Schools: No school Monday

Fulton Unity Christian: No school Monday

IFH Group, Rock Falls: Closed Monday

Lee County Project LEAD: No meeting Monday; next meeting scheduled for Feb. 24

Montmorency school: No school Monday

Morrison Institute of Technology: No classes Monday

Morrison public schools: No school Monday

Newman Central Catholic High School: No school Monday

Ogle County Education Coop: Closed Monday

Oregon public schools: No school Monday

Paw Paw public schools: No school Monday

Polo public schools: No school Monday

Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico schools: No school Monday

River Bend schools, Fulton: No school Monday

Rock Falls Elementary District 13 schools: No school Monday

Rock Falls High School: No school Monday.

Rochelle Elementary schools: No school Monday

Rochelle Head Start: Closed Monday

Sauk Valley Community College: No classes Monday

St. Andrew Catholic Grade School, Rock Falls: No school Monday

St. Mary's School, Sterling: No school Monday

Sterling garbage pickup will be delayed by 1 hour Monday and Tuesday.

Sterling public schools: No school Monday

Village of Progress, Oregon; Closed Monday

West Carroll public schools: No school Monday

National video



Reader Poll

Of all the U.S. presidents born in February, which one is your favorite?
Ronald Reagan (Feb. 6)
William Henry Harrison (Feb. 9)
Abraham Lincoln (Feb. 12)
George Washington (Feb. 22)