As the week progressed we checked in on the . This time around the 4-H Club learned how to trim goats’ feet. Voting for our was in full swing and we got over 100 votes. In the end, it was Dixon residents who received the most votes and were named
The last week voted to continue a after four hours of public comment and discussion on the matter. We brought you and our contributor Matthew Johnson wrote a on the next day.
Last week we wrote a preview story on annual dinner that honors poet and lyricist Robert Burns. . On Wednesday, we rolled out some content specially tailored for moms and families including our , , and columns.
On Thursday, we featured some content to help you get ready for the weekend including our , , and columns.
We were at during the performance ofmade up of musicians from throughout the county schools including Dixon High.
Our contributor Debra Dingman reported on various happenings in Dixon through her We wrapped up the week with and a column on for the lovey-dovey day. Also, we were there as many classic rock fans bought tickets for the May Fair’s classic rock offerings. .