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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then you will enjoy the stories that are portrayed in the pictures below. They were originally published with the articles and have a link to each.

DeKalb County Life Photos

Photo..................................................Story

Kirkland farmer preserves agricultural history

9/12/12

A lifetime fan of the Sandwich Fair

9/2/12

Malta man a member of 'Greatest Generation'

8/28/12

Larry Kiernan, a Genoa Democrat to know

8/21/12

Overcoming adversity with a healthy lifestyle

8/14/12


Steam power show
grounds a farmer's legacy

8/7/12

Waterman tractor show like a reunion

7/31/12

Memories of a weekly newspaper

7/24/12

Taking a digital-age
vacation

7/17/12

Searching for an abolitionist’s gravesite

6/12/12

Bob Hope competed with moon landing

6/5/12


Memorial Day
recalls price paid
by one soldier

5/29/12

Civil War horse
was a survivor

5/22/12

Historical estate sale
attracts 2,000 lookers

5/15/12

How Nathaniel Pope
put us in Illinois

5/8/12

Recalling '61 train
wreck in DeKalb

5/1/12

Different creatures of the Kishwaukee

4/10/12

Finding the oldest
one-family farm

4/3/12

Essayists look toward adulthood

3/27/12

Digging deep for DeKalb County roots

3/20/12

Farm bureau’s 100th may produce some local lingo

3/13/12

Judging history connects with youth

3/6/12

My perceptions of NIU fraternity change

2/28/12


Bison roaming field near Sycamore

2/21/12

Telling a true story about a lightbulb to 4-year-olds

2/14/12

Be Prepared: Cubs have questions

2/7/12

Famous artist's work on display in Malta Township Library

1/31/12


Can you imagine a future with all-remote farming?

1/24/12

Some resolutions worth pursuing

1/17/12

Shirley Hamilton Nehring moving to new challenge

1/10/12

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DeKalb, Ill 60115