from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Dixon, Willie 1915-1992. American musician and songwriter who served as a major figure on the Chicago blues scene.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • proper n. A northern English patronymic surname.


From Dick +‎ -son. (Wiktionary)


  • DIXON -- Billy Love, 74, Dixon, died at 11: 50 p.m. Stories

  • DIXON - The Streator Bulldogs beat Dixon 20-0 in six innings in an NCICReagan Division road game Friday afternoon.

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  • DIXON - Around 1955, Greg Langan of Dixon was a counselor at Dixon State School, which served the mentally ill and disabled.


  • DIXON - The Crystal Cork Art Quarterly will present its fourth quarterly show, "Revolutions," featuring the latest series of multimedia, acrylic paintings by John DeLong of Dixon.


  • DIXON - Two Dixon attorneys have written an article featured in the February 2009 issue of the Illinois Bar Journal.


  • DIXON - Geneseo coach Steve Brucher walked past Dixon senior Lindsey Brevitt after their game Thursday at Lancaster Gym, shook her hand and patted her shoulder.


  • DIXON - Dixon Park District's draft of next year's budget is now available for viewing, giving anyone interested 30 days to comment before the park board's expected approval.


  • DIXON - Statues of Ronald Reagan, the 40th president and former Dixon resident, still are available.


  • DIXON - It's been 5 years since Ronald Reagan lost his battle with Alzheimer's, and it's been 25 since the Tampico native graced the steps of his boyhood home in Dixon.


  • DIXON - State Department of Transportation employees donated $4,733 for food and bought gifts for the children of 60 Dixon families during December as part of the department's "Keeping Kids Warm and Safe" campaign.


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