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Published each Thursday in Oswego, Illinois 60543
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Oswego Ledger-Sentinel : Hometown Newspaper for Oswego and Montgomery, IllinoisNews Headlines

Governor's budget cuts would sting here
Oswego would be out $1.5 million while Montgomery would lose $900,000
Kendall County government and municipalities in the county are poised to lose more than $6 million if Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposal to slash the local ...
School board votes to end DL_program
4-3 vote caps more than an hour of emotional testimony
Fewer taking privatized GED_test
Taxpayers paid to renovate center; firm hiked test cost
Home schooled student policy approved
School board votes 7-0 to allow participation in extracurriculars, sports
Area lawmakers react to governor's budget
Rezin hails Rauner for 'starting the conversation'; other state reps wary
Bids sought to replace Boulder Hill water mains
Montgomery Village Board OKs funding for current program's final phase
Board of Elections backs fine for negative mailer
Support hearing examiner's recommendation to fine political consultant


Sports Headlines

Vendetta continues
Oswego girls' basketball team gets revenge on Neuqua Valley in sectional semifinal
Tuesday night's Class 4A Oswego East Sectional semifinal game wasn't just another postseason game for the Oswego girls' basketball team. After its 2013-14 season came to ...
Trophy slips away
Oswego East girls' bowling team takes fifth at state
McFall reaches state podium in Champaign
Oswego senior takes fourth at 120 pounds
Panthers finish second on conference race
Boys' basketball team ends season with SPC win over Minooka
Wolves look to finish strong in postseason
Oswego East boys' basketball team turns focus to regionals


Opinion Headlines

Community service tradition lives on
It may be hard to fathom for most area residents, but there was a time not all that long ago when the community was served ...
Poverty comes to the suburbs
Why you should care about April election








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