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Monday night's school board meeting brought a culmination to months, if not years, of board discussion. The board unanimously approved a plan for school renovation, setting in... [Read More]
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Just like mixing two ice cream flavors together on a cone or in a bowl, Laura Anderson combined some "sweet" things people love in her... [Read More]
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The University of Illinois frontcourt will have a significant size disadvantage against Georgetown on Tuesday night.The Illini will host the Hoyas as part of the... [Read More]
The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs and the Illinois Bicentennial Office announced the recipients of Bicentennial HONOR 200 on Oct. 24, honoring the work of 200 veterans... [Read More]
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About this column: The Register-Mail published its first edition April 1, 1927, after the merger of the Republican Register and the Evening Mail. Columnist Talbot... [Read More]
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The members of Galesburg High School's football teams in 2018 got together one final time Sunday night in the school cafeteria for the annual team... [Read More]
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On Sunday, Galesburg remembered. One-hundred years ago, Nov. 11, 1918, the fighting of World War I ended as an armistice was reached between Germany and... [Read More]
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Right out of Monmouth High School, Bunky Scott joined the U.S. Navy and served in the Korean War. And during all of this, he became... [Read More]
Angel Tree starts Wednesday at Walmart GALESBURG — The Salvation Army Angel Tree at Walmart Supercenter will be decorated with paper angels Wednesday.The store has two... [Read More]
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The Monmouth-Roseville football team had its share of playmakers on defense this year - Jamonny Skinner, Akira Lindsey, JC Sells, Rylan Heinrich, Kyle Dilley, Austin... [Read More]
Knox Pet Clinic's footprints lead back to the days when veterinarians saw more farm animals than house pets. The clinic traded cows and horses for... [Read More]
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Remnants of Galesburg founders can be found in many places. Some of their homes still stand in the city's limits. Their names grace the names... [Read More]
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The owner of Lindstrom's TV & Appliance "would have to look carefully at maybe another location" if the city creates a new loading zone on... [Read More]
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Like most of us, Ryan Hummel stores photographs on his cellphone.Family. Friends. Moments from occasions both special and mundane. Swiping along is like a pictorial... [Read More]
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Unofficial voting totals Election Night showed Knox County Sheriff David Clague won re-election thanks to city voters. A precinct breakdown from the Galesburg City Election... [Read More]
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About this series: In 2017, The Register-Mail featured the young entrepreneurs of Galesburg. Now we're exploring the opposite end of the spectrum: those business that... [Read More]
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Jim Eager lives a quiet life. He's been married for 51 years to his wife Diane, has three grown-up daughters, and retired in town.Eager is... [Read More]
 Buena Vista University dean's listSTORM LAKE, Iowa — Dmily Bielser, Biggsville, was named to Buena Vista University's dean's list for terms five and six. Students... [Read More]
Keep the best located schools open. That's the advice from 20-year Galesburg District 205 School Board member Robert Lindstrom.Lindstrom said he met with another former board member... [Read More]
The Galesburg School Board wants a 7-12 campus at the high school and may vote to approve such a plan Monday night.Board member Maury Lyon... [Read More]
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