Health insurance open enrollment for 2019 has passed, but it is never too early to look ahead, shop around, and be prepared for 2020. When looking for Part D coverage, it is so individualized to each person. Missie Shepherd of Way Insurance, explains the different...read more
Monmouth-Roseville schools have seen a spike in English learning students since 2008. English learning students in the school, or students that speak English as their second language, nearly doubled from 2008 to 2018, from 132 English learning students to 350....read more
OSF and the Warren County YMCA will be hosting the Kids Health and Safety Day on June 8 from three to five pm at Sunny Lane Field in collaboration with Relay for Life. Activities at the event include a kids pound class - a drumstick exercise program - a baseball...read more
Here's the WMOI/WRAM Athletes of the Week for the week ending May 12th, 2019: The Monmouth-Roseville Titan Athlete of the Week is senior baseball player, Addison Fletcher. Addison came up big on the mound, and at the plate in a win over Clark County, Missouri at...read more
Here's the WMOI/WRAM Athletes of the Week for the week ending May 5th, 2019: The Monmouth-Roseville Titan Athlete of the Week is senior softball player, Opal Scott. Opal had a big hand in her team's win over Abingdon-Avon. She was 2-for-4 at the plate with a triple,...read more
Here's the WMOI/WRAM Athletes of the Week for the week ending April 28th, 2019: The Monmouth-Roseville Titan Athlete of the Week is senior girls track and field athlete, Mackenzie Connell. Mackenzie had a pair of great meets last week. She won the 800 meter dash at...read more
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Across the Corn Belt, a wetter pattern is becoming established, following a brief period of dry weather that allowed some corn and soybean planting to take place in drier and better-drained areas. Currently, showers and thunderstorms stretch from the Dakotas to Ohio....read more
An agriculture meteorologist says a significant wet weather pattern is going to make it even more challenging for farmers to get caught up on planting. “Especially right now, it looks like across the Western Corn Belt, that’s the area where over the next couple of...read more
A low-pressure system over the central High Plains will drift northeastward, reaching the Great Lakes region by Sunday A new storm system will arrive in the West during the weekend and intensify across the central Plains early next week. The active pattern will result...read more
The President of the U.S. Dairy Export Council says President Trump’s removal of tariffs on Canada and Mexico, including steel and aluminum tariffs, is a good first step to getting the USMCA trade deal ratified. “There were many Members of Congress that were unwilling...read more
The Trump administration has announced a new trade mitigation program. John Torres, the government and industry affairs director with the Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association, says while they’re appreciative, farmers would prefer to restore market activity between...read more
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, cattle futures ended the day higher on the news that Japan has lifted import restrictions on US beef and technical momentum. June live cattle closed $.80 higher at $111.27 and August live cattle closed $.97 higher at $108.92. ...read more
The MTC Communications and Sunny 97.7 WMOI Education Program of the month is the United High School 21st Century BOOST (B.O.O.S.T.) program beginning this summer. Courtesy of MTC Communications, the Regional Office of Education, Lackey Monuments, and WMOI and WRAM....read more
WOODHULL… State Representative Dan Swanson (R-Alpha) announced the official launch of his Third Annual Summer Reading Club Program for 1st -5th grade students who live within the 74th Legislative District. With the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing on July 20 this...read more
The Warren County Public Library and Warren County Leadership are collaborating with the United Way for the Little Library project and are collecting donations. Books to be donated must be family friendly and languages other than English will be accepted. The Little...read more
The Open Table Mission, a model which uses faith, government, business, non-profit, healthcare, and other sectors to work together to transform intellectual, social capital, and personal networks into tools individuals and families facing poverty can use to develop...read more
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Two collection boxes will be available on the Northwest corner of the township garage property. One box is for appliances. One is for all other items. No tires, batteries, or oil. All items must be placed in boxes, not on ground.
Members of the Illinois Association of Wheat Weavers will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate various plaiting methods used to transform wheat straw into delicate works of art. The event will take place at the Steeple Building Museum, 103 N Bishop Hill Street in Bishop Hill. For more information, call 309-927-3899.
Open Table West Central Illinois Leadership team will be hosting the event where they are going to be providing some information about what it looks like for a day in the life of a table member and really taking the next steps to getting registered and beginning the training process. The event will be held at the First Christian Church, 514 N Sunny Lane in Monmouth. Dinner will be provided. To register for the event, contact Lolla Ballard at 309-734-8066.
At the Buchanan Center for the Arts. Juror Rich Ankeney will present four sessions to help you improve your use of creative camera controls, better your understanding of cameras and lenses, develop a more intuitive sense of composition and visualization, and choose and prepare your best images. The first session on May 1st if free. The cost for the remaining sessions is $20 or $15 for BCA members. Reserve your spot by calling 734-3033.
Since 1981 Great Decisions has operated as a forum where the public and the academic community can freely meet in a congenial setting and talk about world affairs. Wednesdays, From January 25- March 22, 7:30 P.M., at Monmouth College's Center for Science and Business, Moot Board Room. The program coordinators and hosts are Mohsin Masood (457-2113) and Ira Smolensky (457-2102), either of whom will be happy to provide further information When Wed Mar 1, 2017 7:30pm – 8:30pm Central Time…
Event to be held at 120 N Kellogg Street in Galesburg. Join them for an open house and enroll your child in preschool for the 2019-2020 school year. They are currently accepting students ages 3 to 5 for Preschool and Pre-K programs. For more information, visit their website at http://www.galesburgcps.org or contact them at [email protected]
Location: JoJo's: 788 Cole St, Bushnell, IL. Night Ride #1 at 6:30pm. Night Ride #2 at 7:30pm. Registration is required for both. Register for all trail rides, tours, and obstacle courses at www.jeepblitz.com.
Throwback Thursday series presents showing of The Incredibles. Free admission. At the Orpheum Theater, 57 S Kellogg Street in Galesburg.
Location: 590 E Main St, Bushnell, IL. Steinjager Factory Tour at 9am. Trail Rides from 9am to 1:30pm. Music provided by Show and Shine from 5pm to 9pm. Register for all trail rides, tours, and obstacle courses at www.jeepblitz.com.