- Hastert indicted on federal charges
- State Roundup: Worker’s Comp proposal fails to make it out of committee
- Water advocates, Illinois businesses applaud release of EPA’s Clean Water Rule
- Renewable energy gains market share
- 13 arrested in FIFA probe
- Rockford Rocked Interview with Paul Bronson
- State Roundup: House passes youth concussion legislation
- Moving out
- Illinois’ guaranteed-tuition law making college less affordable
- ‘Ex Machina’ a pick for awards season
Dnewsmans Magical History Tour hits the streets May 12
Whether you are new to the area, or have lived here all of your life, youre invited to come for a ride, and find out a few things you might not have known about. For instance:
Who was the first National League batting champion?
Who was the first person to translate the hieroglyphics on King Tuts tomb?
What military camp was in Rockford before Camp Grant?
Where was Rockfords first amusement park?
What Rockford resident was involved in a major court battle over copyright infringement and used a lawyer by the name of Abraham Lincoln on the case?
Dnewsmans Magical History Tour will provide answers to these questions and more.
Saturday, May 12, tours will be offered hourly, on a first-come, first-served basis, from 1-5 p.m. Tickets will be sold on site, cash only. The limo bus will be departing from the north end of the Mobil Gas Station parking lot on North Main Street, south of Auburn. Cost for the tour will be $16 for adults, $13 for students (18 and younger) and seniors (65 and older).
The Magnolia Festival will be going on this day also from noon to midnight. See the tour and go to the festival!
from the May 2-8, 2007, issue