Monmouth College Launches ‘Light This Candle’ Campaign to Increase Endowment by at Least $75 Million
Monmouth managed just three hits in their home-opening 2-0 loss to Eureka Wednesday afternoon at Glasgow Field. The Red Devils scored one run on three hits in the first inning and added another unearned run in the sixth for all the runs they would need. Connor...read more
Softball The Monmouth-Roseville Titan softball team took on the West Central Heat in a non-conference match up in Monmouth. The Heat score six runs in the top of the 2nd and 12 more in the top of the 3rd, going on for a 21-0, 4-inning win over the Titans. Carley...read more
Baseball The Monmouth-Roseville Titan baseball team got their season off to a rousing start last night in their season and home opener against Peoria Central. Staff ace Nick Corman threw his first career no-hitter, going the distance in a 13-0 Monmouth-Roseville win...read more
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A Midwest seed company is seeing a modest uptick in conventional corn interest. Wyffels Hybrids agronomist Brent Tharp says non-GMO sales are up about one to two percent this year. “It’s not a wholesale change, I think there’s guys looking at it (and) experimenting...read more
Across the In the Corn Belt, showery, windy weather dominates the lower Great Lakes region. Rain has changed to snow showers in some northern areas. Meanwhile, flood recovery in the western Corn Belt continues under a dry weather pattern, allowing producers in the...read more
For the remainder of Friday, stormy, windy weather will linger across the Northeast, with snow accumulating in some inland areas. Meanwhile, rain showers will gradually overspread the central and southern Plains, including some of the flood-affected areas in Nebraska...read more
Nearly two-thirds of the Lower 48 states face an elevated risk for flooding through May, with the potential for major or moderate flooding in 25 states, according to NOAA’s U.S. Spring Outlook issued on March 21, 2019. The majority of the country is favored to...read more
Many, including those at the US Department of Agriculture, believe farmers will plant more corn and fewer soybeans compared to last year. Illinois ag economist Todd Hubbs agrees, but says there are still a lot of variables that could swing acres ahead of the spring. ...read more
Despite drop, index remains just above growth neutral.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.
At the Warren County YMCA. Learn to line dance with Laurna. Wear something comfortable and bring a pair of clean, dry shows. No tennis shoes. Any level are welcome, ages 14 and older, members or nonmembers also welcome. Price is $10 per person. In the Warren County YMCA Fitness Studio.
Presented by the Prairie Players Civic Theatre. $55 per person. Tickets available at prairieplayers.com. Enjoy dinner prepared by Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar.
2019 Style Show and Brunch presented by the Jamieson Community Center. Proceeds will benefit the JCC Food Pantry, community Christmas store, and Christmas baskets. The event will be held at the Warren County History Museum, 238 S Sunny Lane. Tickets are $15. Call, stop by JCC or visit their website to get tickets before they are sold out. http://jamiesoncommunitycenter.org.
Hosted by the Western Illinois Animal Rescue at the Monmouth VFW, 830 N G Street. Food available by the VFW Auxiliary. Bake sale, raffles, silent auction, and live entertainment from 7-10pm by AREA 136. $6 at the door.
Hosted by the Gladstone Volunteer Fire Department at the Gladstone Community Building. Serving vegetable soup, chili, dessert, and drinks. Proceeds go to buy fire equipment for the department.
At the Orpheum Theatre. Guest Conductor will be Brendan Townsend, featuring Alison Meuth, mezzo soprano.
At St. Pat's Community Center, 2000 E and 60th St in Raritan. Social hour with silent auction begins at 5pm with dinner at 6pm, featuring steak prepared by TriCounty Cattlemen. A live auction will be held following dinner. Tickets are $25. For more information, call 309-924-1872.
A Matter of Balance is an award winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. To be held at Warren Achievement Center, 1220 E 2nd Ave in Monmouth. There is no charges for the classes. For more information, contact Julie White at 309-734-8331.
Cost per card is 25 cents each. There is a variety of prizes and popcorn and drinks are available.