Monmouth-Roseville’s Superintendent Ed Fletcher talked about the latest developments from around the district. Among the topics discussed at the latest school board meeting on Tuesday night was the rise in health insurance rates for the district’s employees. "Although...read more
Mary Mowen, Radiology Director at OSF Healthcare, stopped in to inform people about breast cancer awareness. October is breast cancer awareness month, but Mowen says you should be mindful all year round. "We really try to bring it in front of the public and women,...read more
Carrie McKillip of the University of Illinois Extension office gave a rundown of an exciting business opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs. The 6-County Fast Pitch Competition will be encompassing Henderson, Henry, Knox, Mercer, Stark, and Warren counties, and will...read more
MACOMB, Ill. – Leading by a score, and returning from a 99-minute weather delay, Western Illinois' defense came up with a big stop in Missouri State territory before the Leathernecks' offense then scored two touchdowns over the final four minutes to pull away with a...read more
GALESBURG, Illinois—After a narrow loss just a week ago, the Knox College football team was not messing around when they stepped on the field against Grinnell College. Knox (4-2, 1-1 MWC) put up 56 points against the Pioneers thanks to fantastic play from the Fire...read more
After three rain delays and nearly five hours, Monmouth maintained a tie with Lake Forest for the top spot in the Midwest Conference South Division with a 59-14 win over Illinois College. The Scots and Blueboys slugged it out in the first quarter as Monmouth jumped...read more
Events for week of October 16, 2017
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At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, both live and feeder cattle futures closed lower as live cattle continued to sell off contracts and feeder cattle futures saw profit-taking. With today’s low trade volume, the moves looked more drastic than they really were. The...read more
Class III milk futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Monday were mixed on spread adjustments ahead of the Global Dairy Trade event. October was up $.04 at $16.76, November was $.02 higher, December was $.05 lower at $15.72, January was down $.04 at $15.39. Cash...read more
The USDA reports the pace of corn, soybean, and wheat export inspections as of the week ending October 12th are all behind what’s needed to meet projections for the 2017/18 marketing year. Wheat came out at 322,860 tons, down 28,825 from the week ending October 5th...read more
Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Ken Anderson will be in San Antonio, Texas for the 23rd Annual National Ethanol Conference February 12- 14, 2018. Continue reading 23rd Annual National Ethanol Conference at Brownfield Ag News....read more
Brownfield’s Amie Sites will be on the ground in Indianapolis when the National FFA kicks off National Convention’s return to Indy Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Continue reading National FFA kicks off National Convention’s return to Indy at Brownfield Ag News....read more
Brownfield’s Amie Sites will be on the ground when AFBF President Zippy Duvall visits Indiana Farm Bureau leaders on October 23, 2017 in Indianapolis. Continue reading AFBF President Zippy Duvall visits Indiana Farm Bureau leaders at Brownfield Ag News....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 WRAM...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
Congresswoman Cheri Bustos visits the Martin farm in Alexis along with the Warren-Henderson Farm Bureau to discuss the 2018 farm bill. Hear the audio now.http://977wmoi.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/bustos8-28-17.mp3read more
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…
The Warren County Health Department will be providing a one-day flu shot clinic at Strom Center from 9 until 11 a.m. and from 1 to 3 p.m. There is no cost to the flu shots if you are enrolled in Medicare. For those not on Medicare the cost will be $35 per person.
Meet with fellow mothers or soon-to-be mothers in the community to discuss life and motherhood. Sponsored by the Warren County WIC Office.
Turkey supper serving begins @ 5:00 p.m. Menu includes: turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes & gravy, turnips, cranberry sauce, rolls, pies, and beverages. Come and enjoy a delicious home cooked meal. Free will donation.
Watch anime, draw manga, play games, and eat snacks in the board room at the Warren County Public Library.
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…
Monmouth College will host a community blood drive from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19th. 700 E. Broadway Street, inside Huff Athletic Center Gym. To donate, please contact Ashley Sims at [email protected] or visit www.bloodcenterimpact.org and use code 1116 to locate the drive.
Book signing and "Hat craft" with Julie Kaye: "GiGi & Her Many Hats." All ages welcome.
Film discussion with the MRHS Film Club following the movie. Pizza and popcorn provided.
Friends of the Library Meeting. New members are always welcome!