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Cabin Fever has a good number of folks looking forward to getting outside on a warm sunny day with sunshine. [Read More]
Editor, Register-Mail: We would like to comment on the wonderful photos Steve Davis and Bill Nice, among others, provide to The Register-Mail. They are beautiful... [Read More]
Editor, Register-Mail: According to the Feb. 13 Register-Mail, Galesburg District 205 is interested in selling naming rights and providing testimonials to a local business. The... [Read More]
Editor, Register-Mail: When a person gives their word, which is their bond, can you trust that person at any time? Yes, Jerry Ryberg, as you... [Read More]
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What a wonderful Black History Month this has been up to this point. Thank you to the Galesburg NAACP for its leadership. Appreciation is also extended... [Read More]
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Great Bowls of Soup is an annual fundraiser for the Galesburg Civic Art Center, with proceeds supporting their free exhibition and arts education programming for... [Read More]
Day of Prayer is March 2MONMOUTH — World Day of Prayer, sponsored by Church Women United, Monmouth and Vicinity, will be at 1:30 p.m. March... [Read More]
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The two Republican candidates running to represent District 93 in the Illinois House of Representatives agree that education should be supported by the state of... [Read More]
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Mike Reynolds can guarentee one thing when Class 3A regional play begins next week.The Galesburg boys basketball team will meet any challenge.Five weeks ago, the... [Read More]
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On Friday, Illini Bluffs and Bushnell-Prairie City shared a common interest in ending a regional title drought that had lasted since 1992... [Read More]
About this story: Earlier this year, the city of Galesburg contracted with a company to distribute a water survey to approximately 12,000 active water customers... [Read More]
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What measures would you support in an effort to decrease the number and severity of school shootings? We had more violence 30 years agoWhat can one... [Read More]
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The former National Guard Armory on North Broad Street has hosted everything from its intended use to poultry shows, circuses and at one time was the... [Read More]
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John Lewis Gym was rocking Thursday evening as the Carl Sandburg College men's basketball team took to the court in search of its first Arrowhead... [Read More]
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Paul Engo III has the right mindset for playing in the Midwest Conference Tournament."We're not done yet," Engo III said, after a thrilling 87-81 semifinal... [Read More]
The Carl Sandburg College men's basketball team wrapped up the regular season Friday night by winning its eighth consecutive game, defeating Robert Morris-Springfield 92-81 at... [Read More]
EVANSTON — Galesburg High School's Drew Giles and Austyn White's run at state came to an end after Friday's preliminaries.Giles finished the 100 breaststroke with a... [Read More]
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The Abingdon-Avon High School boys basketball team couldn't handle the defensive pressure of Quest on Friday night in Class 1A regional championship action and the... [Read More]
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Though potholes are a traditional wintertime problem, Galesburg has had more to fill this season than in the past.Ten to 12 city workers have been... [Read More]
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A Democratic candidate for Illinois governor stopped at the Mary Allen West Tower Apartments in Galesburg Thursday to discuss the specifics of some of his... [Read More]
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