Three Dixon Police Officers Honored for Exceptional Service

Three Dixon police officers were honored at the City Council meeting this past Tuesday, August 14, for their service to the community. Officer Dustin Siebert was awarded the Department’s Distinguished Service Citation. Officer Siebert was investigating a report of a … Continue reading

Council Gives Hickman Slap On The Wrist

The Dixon City Council met on Tuesday night to consider action against Vice Mayor Ted Hickman in retaliation for Hickman using his city title in a column asking for a “Straight Pride American Month”. The contradictory logic of saying they … Continue reading

Lambtown Invites Local Civic Groups to Participate with Free Booth at the October 6 & 7 Festival

The Dixon Lambtown Festival is again inviting local civic groups to participate in the coming 32nd annual event. Applications for participation are on the event’s website: Lambtown.org. Each group will be assigned at least a 10’x10’ space for a booth … Continue reading

So Far 5 Running for City Council & 5 Seek School Board Seats

Today, Friday, August 10 is the deadline for candidates to file nomination papers for both the Dixon City Council and the Dixon Unified School District Board of Trustees. As of our deadline, two people are seeking the First District Council … Continue reading

Scenes from Successful Dixon Night Out Against Crime

With over 10 neighborhoods participating, and hundreds of Dixon residents, the Dixon National Night Out Against Crime was an acclaimed success. All five members of the City Council – including Mayor Thom Bogue – attended the events. They split up … Continue reading