- A Halloween celebration FULTON, Ill. -- It's the season for ghosts and ghouls and Heritage Canyon is bringing out all the stops to make this year's Halloween celebration exciting for area children. From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, children are invited to dress-up in their fa
A Fulton Homecoming Surprise
Cheers erupted Thursday at Fulton High School, as the stage curtains opened, revealing a large projection screen and the 2013 homecoming king.
- Fulton celebrates homecoming FULTON, Ill. -- Homecoming is underway in Fulton and the River Bend School District is hard at it to make this year a successful homecoming celebration. So far, the homecoming committee has seen two successful events for the week -- Monday's powderpu
- Martin House registry sought FULTON, Ill. -- Residents of Fulton could soon welcome another historical site to the quaint, river town. At a Fulton City Council meeting Monday, councilwoman, and historical society representative, Barb Mask, communicated to the council that the so
Fulton Fall Festival
Despite unfavorable weather conditions, residents came out in full force Saturday to enjoy the Fall Festival celebration in downtown Fulton.
- Foundation wants new endowments FULTON, Ill. -- A special birthday celebration will take place from now until June 30, 2014, but this will be a party unlike many others. The Community Foundation of the Great River Bend will celebrate 50 years of existence in 2014 and to help commem
Football: Newman rolls over Fulton
A blowout win by Newman might not have been expected, but the Comets offense shredded the Steamers defense from the second quarter on for the 55-14 win road win. Newman improved to 3-0 in conference play and 4-1 overall while the Steamers fall to 1-4 (0-3 in conference).
- River Bend parents voice concerns about coach FULTON, Ill. -- The River Bend School Board this week told a group of parents that they need to meet with the high school principal and athletic director for concerns they have about one of the coaches. More than a dozen distraught parents attended a
Panthers win battle of backs
Fulton's Austin Regenwether rushed for 177 yards and four scores, Friday. He was outdone by Erie/Prophetstown's Nick Williams, who racked up 265 yards and four touchdowns in the Panthers' win.
MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Blake Severson
FULTON, Ill. -- Blake Severson may not be considered the "typical" minister. This 32-year-old enjoys Christian metal, hip hop and "The Walking Dead."
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