Bridgeway is teaming up with the Galesburg Police Department and Hy-Vee to bring the DEA National Drug Takeback to the area. Saturday April 27th, at Hy-Vee on East Main and National Boulevard, those with old, unused, or unwanted prescription drugs can dispose of them...read more
GALESBURG — Things will come full circle for outgoing director Susan Sharp as Carl Sandburg College Theater presents the comedy “Fuddy Meers” from May 2-4 in the Fine Arts Theatre on the Main Campus in Galesburg, 2400 Tom L. Wilson Blvd. Sharp, assistant professor of...read more
A generation of college students have grown up reading J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Through a Monmouth College class, students can develop a greater appreciation for the series' deeper moral issues. Monmouth philosophy professor Anne Mamary says studying the...read more
Here's the WMOI/WRAM Athletes of the Week for the week ending April 21st, 2019: The Monmouth-Roseville Titan Athlete of the Week is sophomore baseball player, Jack Thompson. Jack went 5-for-9 last week in two Titan wins. He scored four runs and also had a double among...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
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Greg Miller, president of the Dairy Research Institute, says he was frustrated by the EAT-Lancet report as a scientist. Continue reading Dairy’s take on EAT-Lancet report at Brownfield Ag News.read more
A young man who is now a National FFA officer began his FFA career in search of romance. Shea Booster has reached the top of the FFA leadership ladder, selected to be the organization’s Western Region Vice President. That might have never happened had it not been for...read more
An ag equipment maker says tariffs have been passed on to them and fears those “taxes” will become the new normal. Richard Dix, with Kinze Manufacturing, says hard decisions are being made, “I know that our ownership makes difficult choices on how to protect the...read more
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle futures closed lower on the weaker cash trade and supply concerns. Feeder cattle futures were lower on technical pressure and the day’s firm moves in corn. April live cattle closed $2.72 lower at $124.05 and June live...read more
Biodiesel advocates will participate in a rally on Capitol Hill next Wednesday in support of biodiesel tax credit extension legislation. Paul Winters, director of public affairs and federal communications with the National Biodiesel Board, says a bipartisan bill was...read more
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has identified a new path for Palmer amaranth to enter the state. MDA noxious weed section manager Denise Thielde says after an investigation in Redwood County, the department determined Palmer found its way into a soybean field...read more
Haase Embroidery will be remaining open. Owner Irv Haase has the details: “We’re not closing. We are looking for a buyer. We have a couple that are somewhat interested. So we are just waiting to see. We have told whoever the buyer will be that we will probably stay on...read more
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The BCA Armoury Players will be holding auditions for the June 21-23 production of Play On! Actors will cold read from the script and will only need to attend one night. Auditions will be held at the Fusion Theatre.
At the Warren County YMCA. Happiness for your health and wallet! Take advantage of this normally once a year deal! Any new membership will get their $25 join fee waived and the first 3 months free when they pay for the rest of the year's membership dues. This is a non-refundable payment. Go in and see for more information or contact the YMCA at 734-3183.
A community-focused summit to celebrate wellness. Workshop topics include mental health, substance use, medical, holistic and much more. The event is free and open to the public. Keynote speakers are Kevin Hines and Ian Shea. At Carl Sandburg College. Registration required through Bridgeway Facebook page or discoverwellnessgalesburg.eventbrite.com. For additional information, email [email protected]
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.
BISHOP HILL, Illinois—Fort Worth, Texas based pop songwriter, Andrew Sullivan will perform on Friday, April 26th at 7PM 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. A $10-20 donation is suggested. To make reservations and for more information please visit bishophillcommons.com. To learn more about Andrew Sullivan please visit andrewsullivanmusic.com.
Come watch Galesburg's Talent shine! At the Orpheum Theatre in Galesburg. Sponsored by Blick Art Material, Dave's Auto Body, and Kit and Pam Wilcox.
Join KCCDD for a night of wild adventure. Dinner. Silent auction. Live auction. Raffles and more. $25 a ticket. At the Knights of Columbus Hall in Galesburg. To reserve a ticket, contact 309-344-2600 ext 204.