Prophetstown is a city in Whiteside CountyIllinoisUnited States. The population was 2,080 at the 2010 census, up from 2,023 in 2000.

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Prophetstown News

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Teens Cited on Alcohol Charges Following Traffic Stop

On Saturday, March 7, just after 11 pm the Morrison Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by a 17 year old male juvenile of Morrison, for registration violation.  The traffic stop occurred East Market Street and North Cherry Street, Morrison. As a result of the investigation during the traffic stop, Morrison Police…read more »

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Walnut Patients Being Seen in Prophetstown CGH Clinic During Renovations

On Monday, March 2, Missi Armstrong of the CGH Walnut Medical Center began to see patients at the CGH Prophetstown Medical Center at 212 E. Railroad Street, Prophetstown while the CGH Walnut Medical Center is temporarily closed for renovation. You may continue to call (815) 379-2161 to schedule your appointments. The remodel is expected to…read more »

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What is the Coolest Thing Made in Your Town?

Statewide, manufacturing generates more than $304 billion in economic output, contributing 12 percent to the state’s Gross Domestic Product – the largest share of any industry in Illinois. To celebrate and bring awareness of what is made in Illinois and in your own community, the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association launched the first annual “Makers Madness” contest,…read more »

Prophetstown Obituaries


Ronald Dale Cooper

Ronald Dale Cooper 92, passed away February 13, 2020 at the Rock River Hospice and Home in Sterling, IL. Ron was born January 28, 1928 at the Sublet Hospital to parents Dale and Goldie (Buzard) Cooper. As a youth he lived in Prophetstown, his family moving to Dixon in June, 1943. He graduated six months…read more »


William F. Schaulf

William F. Schauff, Sr., age 86, died Sunday, January 26, 2020 at Heritage Health in Walnut. William was born on May 13, 1933 in Harmon the son of William and Ruth (Foley) Schauff.  William farmed in the Harmon area and also worked as a Welder.  He served his country in the United States Army during…read more »

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