Lorna Cox with the Gerlaw Christian Church came by to get the word out about an upcoming fundraiser. Next Sunday, Oct. 29th, the Church will be hosting their first annual Oktoberfest-themed dinner event. Cox talked about what to expect on the menu. "We're trying to...read more
Penny McVey is one of the first people most Monmouth College students see every morning. Affectionately known by students as “Penny the Omelet Lady,” McVey has made omelets in the college’s Stockdale Student Center dining room for the last nine school years. She makes...read more
Author Marilynne Robinson, who was awarded a 2012 National Humanities Medal by President Barack Obama for "her grace and intelligence in writing," will visit Knox College on October 23 at 4 p.m. in the Muelder Reading Room of Seymour Library. The event, which is free...read more
Volleyball The Monmouth-Roseville Titan volleyball team wrapped up an outright West Central Conference North Division championship with a 25-12, 25-17 road win over the Camp Point Central Panthers last night. The Titans ended the regular season with a (7-1) division...read more
Galesburg - Carl Sandburg College men’s basketball coach Ryan Twaddle has added a familiar face and a new face to his coaching staff. Former longtime assistant Jeff Thurman has returned to the program, and Knoxville native Kane Mastin also will be an assistant for the...read more
Soccer The Monmouth-Roseville Titan boys soccer team will play for a sectional championship on Friday night in Mendota after beating Earlville/Leland/Paw Paw 5-2 last night in the Class 1A Mendota High School sectional semi-finals. Grego Massengo led the Titans with...read more
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Mercer County operation opts to add hog building rather than compete for cash-rent acreage.read more
DuPage, Jackson, Lawrence and Union county Farm Bureaus will be recognized at AFBF Convention.read more
Across the Corn Belt, very warm, dry weather through Friday has been supportive of corn and soybean maturation and harvesting, especially in areas where fieldwork has been delayed by crop developmental delays or autumn wetness. Weather conditions also favor the...read more
Another major surge of rain and high-elevation snow will arrive across the Northwest during the weekend. Additional precipitation could reach 4 to 12 inches from the Cascades westward, leading to local flooding. Also during the weekend, rain will develop in the...read more
Monsanto says it filed a complaint Friday in court about the Arkansas Plant Board’s rejection of Monsanto’s petition to stop that state’s ban on the company’s XtendiMax dicamba herbicide for 2018. In a statement to Brownfield, Monsanto’s Scott Partridge said the ban...read more
U.S. Wheat Associates will close its Cairo, Egypt office December 1. The U.S. wheat industry’s export market development organization began considering changes as the supply of lower priced wheat from Russia increased. US Wheat President Vince Peterson says closing...read more
Here's your local high school Athletes of the Week for the week ending Oct. 17th, 2017: Your West Central Heat Athlete of the Week is senior volleyball player, Danyel McKune. The West Central Heat won the BPC Round Robin Invitational and Danyel played a big part of...read more
Click here for Shawn Temple, Mitch McVey and Jackson Kane's look at the past week in West Central Illinois sports and they take a look at the week ahead on After The Whistle on AM 1330/FM 94.1...read more
The School Spotlight for the month of October shines on Lincoln Early Childhood School. Along with the School Spotlight, members of the staff at Lincoln chose a recipient for the Teacher Spotlight. Nine different teachers were nominated, but this month's winner is...read more
MACOMB, Ill.— Western Illinois University welcomed back three former Leatherneck student-athletes who left tremendous marks on their respective programs in Aubrey Martin, Mike Scifres and Zane Teilane. The trio made up the Class of 2017 for the Western Illinois...read more
Drop in between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. to review your resume with your Adult Services Librarian. Stop by the front desk for assistance.
When: Tuesdays 1:30 to 3:30 and Thursdays 3:00 to 5:00, starting Tuesday, February 21 Where: Jamieson Community Center, Community Room, 1025 S. 2nd Street, Monmouth, IL 61462 Description: Community members, ages 14 and older, are invited to attend afternoons of games, friends, and fun. Games Galore is a new program offered through Jamieson Community Center that is a mixture of board games, puzzles, card games, and other recreational activities. It is an open-door program so that individuals may come and…
Heartland Health Care. Parking Lot - 280 East Losey. Hot dog, chips, pop, brownie meal $5.00! Bring your antique , so we can take a peek!
Caregiver Workshop with Julie Kaye from "Gypsy Grace." For caregivers of patients to learn about self-care during and after care.
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…
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Movie (Audrey Hepburn - 1967) in the audiobook room. Refreshments provided. Movie not rated.
Open to kids ages 2-11. Costume contest begins at 6 p.m. sharp! There are three categories: Funniest, Scariest, Most Original.
Cara Sawyer, DO from Great River Surgeons will be speaking about breast cancer. She will discuss signs, symptoms, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer. A light supper and door prizes will be available at this free program. Register online at www.greatrivermedical.org/events or call 319-768-3491.