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The biggest news during the week of June 19-25, 1939, remained the growing tension between Japan and Great Britain.The "Tientsin incident" was escalating as Japan... [Read More]
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The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim — yes that's the official name of the team — squared off against the St. Louis Cardinals in interleague... [Read More]
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There would be no Railroad Days if there was no railroad. While Galesburg was not founded as a railroad town, it was the coming of... [Read More]
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The Great War came alive over the weekend in Galesburg as the Galesburg Historical Society presented its annual tram tour during Railroad Days.The tour, titled... [Read More]
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The mood was peaceful and laid back in Standish Park on Saturday, as a strong breeze blew through the leaves and mostly grey skies failed... [Read More]
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Railroad Days rolled on Saturday for the 42nd year in downtown Galesburg, bringing with it a variety of activities for the populace of Galesburg and... [Read More]
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A Knoxville man took a plea deal to conclude his bomb making case.Stephen T. Rowland, 55, formerly of West Simmons Street in Galesburg, pleaded guilty... [Read More]
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A Galesburg man took a plea deal to resolve a child sex case last week.Raymond E. Crockford, 62, West South Street, pleaded guilty June 17... [Read More]
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Recent Edwardsville High School grads Matthew Boyer and Grant Schaefer both display a lot of poise when toeing the pitching rubber.Their quiet self confidence rubbed... [Read More]
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The sign at the border reads "The People of the State of Illinois Welcome You to The Abortion Capital of America." OK, it doesn't really... [Read More]
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I don't know about your Facebook feed, but mine has been filled with wedding anniversary announcements virtually every day of this month. It is June,... [Read More]
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sweet or savory, they are so versatile. They're perfect as a companion to a cup of coffee or tea, as well as a pleasant surprise... [Read More]
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Shane Tucker helped push the West Central High School girls basketball team to a regional final appearance last winter after only spending the last week... [Read More]
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CHARLESTON, S.C. — Former Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., argued that Democrats need to pay far more attention to rural America if they ever want to take... [Read More]
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Work could come to the future site of McAlister's Deli as early as this week.Steve Gugliotta, Galesburg planning manager, said construction plans were submitted by... [Read More]
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After an extremely disappointing 22-60 overall record in the 2018-19 season, which ended up being the fourth worst record in the league, the Chicago Bulls... [Read More]
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North Fulton head coach closed 11-Man chapter last week in Bloomington... [Read More]
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Weeks after Knoxville teachers saw a pay increase, administrators and non-union staff have received raises. The Knoxville District 202 school board approved those items... [Read More]
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Funds could be borrowed to pay bills for Monmouth-Roseville District 238 as property tax bills are running behind. Superintendent Ed Fletcher said the M-R... [Read More]
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The Abingdon Historical Society is conducting a "Preserving Our Past, Building Our Future" fundraising campaign to build a museum on Abingdon's Main Street on three lots south... [Read More]
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