The Buchanan Center for the Arts is celebrating their 30th anniversary with an opening ceremony on Friday, January 18. A new art exhibition will be on display called Primarily Pinhole, which was created by Austin, Texas based Spiffy Tumbleweed. Buchanan Center for the...read more
Standings through games played on Jan. 8th, 2018 Girls Boys Girls West Central Conference North Division West Central Conference North Division 1 Quincy Notre Dame (3-1) 1 Quincy Notre Dame (2-0) 2 CPC/Southeastern (2-0) 2 West Hancock (0-0) 3 Monmouth-Roseville...read more
Here's the WMOI/WRAM/WAIK Athletes of the Week for the week ending Jan. 6th, 2019: The Monmouth-Roseville Titan Athlete of the Week is senior boys basketball player, Rylan Heinrich. Rylan's 3-point shooting touch was on fire against the Macomb Bombers. He nailed seven...read more
MONMOUTH, Ill. – A record-setting week has netted Monmouth College’s Will Carius (Bettendorf, Iowa/Pleasant Valley) the NCAA Division III Player of the Week award from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USWBA). Already honored this week as the Midwest...read more
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Ag programs teaming up to recruit, retain Illinois students.read more
Program to include information on tree fruit production, key orchard management topics.read more
Missouri Governor Mike Parson laid out his priorities for the state in his first state of the state address Wednesday and they include expanding broadband in rural areas, “We currently have about 10 school districts and many rural communities that lack access to...read more
Projections for the Brazilian soybean crop continue to fall off as dry conditions persist. U.S. Commodities president Don Roose (rose) says expectations have gone from as high as 128 million metric tons to 116 million. “But I tell ya, it won’t take a lot over the...read more
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, cattle futures closed mostly higher ahead of widespread direct cash business and support from the steady to firm wholesale values at midday. Weather concerns are also present as much of the country is in for another round of winter...read more
The head of a Midwestern Farm Credit organizations says he’s preparing for another year of negative margins. “Shallow, negative loses, but over a long period of time, is really taking a severe toll and it’s like nothing I’ve ever experienced.” GreenStone Farm...read more
Due to “reasons beyond his control,” Kevin Cerar will be closing Cerar’s Barnstormer Steakhouse and Catering via the restaurant’s Facebook page. “The future is uncertain at this time. However, I am working diligently to come up with a solution for the possibility of a...read more
**Due to inclement weather, the Knox Winter Jazz Series (originally scheduled for January 12) has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 27. Brazilian singer and guitarist Luciano Antonio returns to Knox College's Winter Jazz Series to present two free public events on...read more
Our January School Spotlight is United High School led by Principal Amy Schmitz: “We had such an enjoyable first semester. We are just seeing students come to school every day, making great choices, taking care of business, and making the most out of their high school...read more
For Immediate Release: For more information contact Stan Jenks at 309.734.9333 or Jeannie Weber at 603.486.8485 Monmouth, Illinois - Group featured on “America’s Got Talent: The Champions,” which begins airing tonight, January 7, 2019, on NBC, will be making their way...read more
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Located at Knox and Day Street in Galesburg. Free lunch served at noon. Donations appreciated. Ages 50 and older welcome. Please make reservations by January 14th by calling the church at 343-8805.
Spiffy Tumbleweed exhibition at the Buchanan Center for the Arts in Monmouth, 64 Public Square. Old Friends Talk Art Wednesday January 16th, with an opening reception from 5-7pm Friday January 18th. The display will be available for viewing from Jan 15 to March 1st.
In the second floor meeting room of the library. Learn, teach, and share. Come work on projects with fellow crafters. At the Warren County Public Library, 62 Public Square.
120 Hidden Drive, Knoxville IL. Join them for wine, snacks, and music.
Benefitting the Warren County Crime Stoppers. Gather your team up to 10 people. $100 for advance registration or $120 at the door. Food available for purchase provided by the Monmouth-Roseville After-Prom committee. Bake sale and silent auction will be going on as well. To be held at the Monmouth VFW, 830 North G Street. Contact Monmouth Chamber 734-3181 for registration forms.
At Kirkwood Westminster U.P. Church. Soup. Salad. Desserts. Free Will Donation.
At the Knights of Columbus, 1556 East Fremont St in Galesburg. Free admission. Fashion show begins at 3:30pm. Several giveaways to take place. For more information, contact Sabrina's at 309-341-0842 or 309-335-3211.
Connla, one of the top traditional Irish groups in the world, will perform a one-night-only show on Monday, January 21st at 6PM at Bishop Hill Creative Commons, located at 309 N. Bishop Hill St, Bishop Hill, IL. The show will begin with a potluck dinner at 6PM, with music starting at 7PM, and is open to guests of all ages. Tickets are available at eventbrite.com for $20 and may also be purchased at the door. For more information please visit…
LMP Agency will host a session at the library to help individuals navigate the world of life insurance. The class will focus on ages up to 45 during the first half, and then on ages after 45. At the Warren County Public Library, 62 Public Square.