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ERIE – Bridge and culvert work will close Keeley Road in Whiteside County for about a month, starting Tuesday.
DIXON – The Basil Tree Ristorante, 123 First St., will be closed May 27 through May 29 for remodeling. The restaurant expects to reopen May 30.
STERLING – The Green River Riders motorcycle club is holding a poker run June 2.
COLETA – The Rev. Rich Rubietta, a United Methodist pastor from Grayslake, will lead a special musical worship service at 9 a.m. June 2 at Coleta United Methodist Church, 201 N. Main St.
ROCK FALLS – Firehouse of God Ministries is offering free activities for parents and children from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday at the Fire Museum, 403 W. Second St.
STERLING – After many decades, a Rock Falls couple will retire from full-time ministry at Community of Christ Church.
DIXON – The Seventh-day Adventist Church of Rock Falls is changing its name and moving to Dixon, and invites the public to share in this new chapter of its life, starting Saturday.
TAMPICO – American Legion Post 574 members will hold a Memorial Day service at 10 a.m. Monday.
STERLING – The American Legion Riders’ seventh annual poker run to benefit the LaSalle Veterans Home and other veterans charities begins with registration from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Cochran’s Pub, formerly Dyl’s Deli, 13464 Galt Road.
CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. – Bob O’Connor of Charles Town recently completed his ninth book, “Countdown to West Virginia Statehood,” published by Infinity Publishing in West Conshohocken, Pa.
DIXON – Unlike most bloody battles, this one will save lives.
Jesse White, secretary of state and state librarian, awarded more than $1 million in “Back to Books” grants.
MORRISON – A group of Morrison organizations donated money to help buy a new light board for the Morrison High School auditorium. The new board operates all stage lights for theater and musical productions.
DIXON – The Lee County Genealogical Society will present a program on Chief Blackhawk and Early Settlement in Northwest Illinois.
DIXON – Four Sauk Valley Community College Honors Program students were recognized April 24 for their outstanding academic achievement.
DIXON – State Treasurer Dan Rutherford and members of his staff assisted Lee and Ogle County residents tin finding lost money and property April 24.
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