Jackson Kane

Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement Inductees 2018

By Jackson Kane / September 27, 2018 / Comments Off on Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement Inductees 2018

Hall of Achievement 2018 Press Release On Saturday, October 6th, at 10:00 am in the Warren County History Museum, three highly accomplished alumni will be inducted into the Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement, and one area citizen will receive a Distinguished Service Award. Tammy Wolbers, Ronald G. Moore, and Jill Miller Denning have been named to…

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Knox College News: Develop Entrepreneurial Instincts at October 3 Workshop

By Jackson Kane / September 26, 2018 / Comments Off on Knox College News: Develop Entrepreneurial Instincts at October 3 Workshop

GALESBURG, Illinois — Grow your creative capacity and develop your entrepreneurial instincts at the workshop “Become a Creative Genius (again),” on Wednesday, October 3. The workshop will take place at 7 p.m. in the Alumni Hall Trustees Room on the Knox College campus and is free and open to the public, though registration is requested.…

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Homecoming and Founder's Day at Bradley

By Jackson Kane / September 26, 2018 / Comments Off on Homecoming and Founder's Day at Bradley

Peoria, IL – September 26, 2018 – Homecoming is in full swing and we hope you can join us for the remaining events. Here are some highlights that might be newsworthy: Bradley Bowl III The Bradley Bowl flag football Homecoming game will be Thursday, September 27 at 5 p.m. on the Alumni Quad with the…

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United West Fall Festival

By Jackson Kane / September 26, 2018 / Comments Off on United West Fall Festival

The United West Elementary, located at 2140 IL 135, Monmouth, will be hosting their annual Fall Festival, also known as the Chili Supper, on October 19th. Principal Patrick Coate, shares the reason behind the event: “It’s to benefit our building activity account, which we use to buy things for kids that we normally don’t have…

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5th Annual Schuyler Street Stroll

By Jackson Kane / September 26, 2018 / Comments Off on 5th Annual Schuyler Street Stroll

The Village of Oquawka will be hosting their 5th Annual Schuyler Street Stroll on Saturday. Organizer Susan Meyer, highlights some events taking place will be a car show, over 30 craft vendors, a variety of food, and chainsaw carvings. Meyer shares their big event are the Civil War reenactments: “This is our second year for…

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Power in Purple: Raise Awareness Against Cancer

By Jackson Kane / September 25, 2018 / Comments Off on Power in Purple: Raise Awareness Against Cancer

Friday October 19th is Power in Purple Day, which is to help raise awareness and help end the fight against cancer. For the third annual challenge, area school administrators have taken a stand against cancer and will be supporting the American Cancer Society of Warren-Henderson Counties. The challenge is for each candidate to raise a…

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Crop Report from Agronomist Craig Allaman

By Jackson Kane / September 25, 2018 / Comments Off on Crop Report from Agronomist Craig Allaman

Harvest has started off to a slower start this season and Agronomist of Cornelius Seed, Craig Allaman, believes that is due to the farmers waiting for their crops to dry out: “The good news is that it has dried down. There’s field coming out around Little York at 17% moisture. Which is very low for…

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9th Annual Quarter Auction Fundraiser

By Jackson Kane / September 25, 2018 / Comments Off on 9th Annual Quarter Auction Fundraiser

This Saturday the OSF Healthcare Home Health and Hospice will be hosting their 9th Annual Quarter Auction. If you have never been to a Quarter Auction, Nancy Reid, Manager of Home Health, reports on what one can expect: “Anybody can attend for free, but if you actually want to win a prize you need to…

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Classics Day at Monmouth College

By Jackson Kane / September 24, 2018 / Comments Off on Classics Day at Monmouth College

News from Monmouth College For more information contact: Duane Bonifer 309-457-2321, dbonifer@monmouthcollege.edu Monmouth College’s Classics Day IV an opportunity for immersion into ancient world MONMOUTH, IL (09/24/2018) Visitors who attend Monmouth College’s Classics Day IV on Sept. 29 might feel they’ve traveled back in time by about 2,000 years. “Classics Day is an immersion into…

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Updated Housing Standard Codes for Galesburg

By Jackson Kane / September 24, 2018 / Comments Off on Updated Housing Standard Codes for Galesburg

Galesburg, IL (September 24, 2018) The Galesburg City Council updated the Housing Minimum Standards Codes this past June. These code changes apply to all housing in Galesburg and were enacted to provide better clarification of standards and improve housing safety. An educational session about the code changes for owner occupied homes will be held Tuesday,…

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