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Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree … Letters to Santa and Greeting Ads

Dear Santa … 

Santa shared some of his letters from local children with us and we’d love it if you would take a look at the letters and the Christmas greeting ads from the business folks who live and work here. This link […]

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Fire claims NEPECO building in Byron

[caption id="attachment_6604" align="aligncenter" width="444"] Spray from a water cannon creates a rainbow as firemen battle the fire that ultimately claimed the NEPECO shop and offices Sunday afternoon

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New business focuses on happiness

Dotty Cozzens White said she has already placed a trash can near the front door of her new business, Eagles Nest Landing, where her clients can deposit all

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Longtime officer Frankie Rohrer honored Friday in Byron

With an overall total of nearly 50 years in law enforcement under his gunbelt, Frankie Rohrer will retire as chief of the Byron Police Department on Friday, June

Dotty White, right, makes a point to Annabelle McCurley and her son Flint, age 2, during a visit to the former Byron school pool last week.

Recreation program, Byron Days big efforts by group of volunteers

A hearty band of volunteers is working to “rec” the Town of Byron and even has thoughts about extending its “rec-age” to surrounding communities. Besides offering a nicely equipped

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Town of Byron’s new top cop has wide range of experience

As the new chief of police, John Wahl is the top cop for the Town of Byron, filling the “big shoes” of Chief Frankie Rohrer. He began work on

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Plan announced to keep rural post offices open

The U.S. Postal Service announced a new strategy on Wednesday that could keep the nation’s smallest post offices open for business, while providing a framework to achieve significant

The gym at the school in Byron.

Former Byron school to become town property

It’s official: The Town of Byron will become the owner of the former Byron school, without any demolition, following a 3-2 vote during an emotional special council meeting

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Strong opinions expressed among few who attend Byron school meeting

Emotional comments mixed with financial reality, and more questions and concerns than answers, were among the ingredients of a Byron Town Hall meeting Tuesday called to receive