The Knox County Humane Society is hosting their annual Eastminster Dog Show on May 5 at 1 o’clock. Dog owners interested in entering the dog show can register before the show and the day of. Registration fees are $15 before the day of the show and $20 the day of the...read more
The Monmouth-Roseville High School Performing Arts Booster is selling tickets so the Madrigal Singers of the MRHS class of 2018-2019 can sing the National Anthem on June 6 at Bush Stadium. The St. Louis Cardinals take on the Cincinnati Reds at noon that day. MRHS...read more
MONMOUTH, Ill. – Monmouth College’s Becca Dabrowski (McHenry, Ill./West) has ended her Fighting Scots water polo career in style, earning MVP and Player of the Week awards from the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA). Dabrowski was voted the 2019 CWPA...read more
MACOMB, IL – Interim Western Illinois University Director of Athletics Danielle Surprenant has been named director of WIU Intercollegiate Athletics, effective June 1. A press conference will be forthcoming to highlight the future of Leatherneck Athletics. Surprenant...read more
Here's the WMOI/WRAM Athletes of the Week for the week ending April 14th, 2019: Monmouth-Roseville Titan Athlete of the Week is freshman softball player, Karliegh Ashby. Karleigh had a great hitting week for the Titans. In three games she was 4-for-5 at the plate. Two...read more
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Someone has to tell the president, “Enough with the tariff threats” with U.S. trading partners. Agriculture can’t afford the outcome. I was wading through the he-said, she-said articles this week generated by the prospect of a U.S.-EU bilateral trade deal – President...read more
The Cattleman’s Beef Promotion and Research Board has hired Gregory Hanes as their new CEO. Hanes, of Colorado, is chairman of the U.S. Ag Export Development Council. He was previously with the US Meat Export Federation and spent 11 years living in Tokyo as the...read more
Across the Corn Belt, rain is shifting east as a slow-moving cold front clears the region, though cool, showery weather lingers over the Ohio Valley. Drier weather behind the front will allow fields to dry and producers to resume corn and soybean planting; however,...read more
A storm over the Tennessee Valley will drift northeastward and stall, while an accompanying cold front taps into tropical moisture as it sweeps across the East Coast States. The net result will be a wide swath of 1 to 2 inches of rain (locally more) across the eastern...read more
Wisconsin’s dairy farmers and state government are investing in additional dairy product research. Governor Tony Evers told the Cheese Industry Conference that the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation will invest 750-thousand dollars, “to establish the Beverage...read more
"Acres for Kids" program to promote agriculture education, support Clinton Community YMCA youth and adult programs.read more
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Strom Center will be the host for the series. Rolls, toast, juice, and coffee will be available at 6:30am with the service beginning at 7:15am. A free will donation is welcomed.
Second class at the Warren County YMCA. Any level, ages 14 and older are welcomed. For members and nonmembers. Please wear clean, dry shoes. No tennis shoes. Cost is just $10.
At the Discovery Depot in Galesburg. Ages 6 and up. $6.50 for nonmembers. $5.50 for members. $1 for nonmember adults.
Are you ready for prom and wedding season? Sign up for the Warren County YMCA Ballroom Dance Clinic. Learn basic ballroom, swing, and rumba. Cost is $30 per couple. Ages 14 and up. Register now and be the star at your next event. Contact the Warren County YMCA to register or for more information.
During the week long promotion, G & M Distributors' will be holding their annual Earth Day promotion for an additional 5 cents per pound bonus on aluminum cans that are recycled. G & M will also donate 1 cent per pound to Knox College's Sustainability Task Force.