This weekend marks the 33rd annual Knox College I-Fair put on by the Knox College International Club.
Archive for January, 2014
The Galesburg Community Relations Commission has spent months putting together their six-month action plan.
In an effort to make sure the plan was well thought out and on track with the goals of the commission, they asked for feedback, but what they received was not expected.
“‘It was poorly written.’ ‘…shocked that [the commission] would write something such as this.’”
A boil order continues for residents of the Village of Henderson, as do requests to conserve water whenever possible, and to be patient.
Water problems started about a week ago, and since then, following a lot of work, Village Clerk Betty Ricketts says lines to the village’s water wells simply froze, and crews are in the process of trying to figure out what to do.
The district 205 board of education is hoping a new promotional video showcasing the district and Galesburg will help win over prospective residents.
Board members watched the 12 minute video that talked about what Galesburg has to offer future students and parents.
For Knox College the celebration of Martin Luther King’s life and legacy is very important and just about rooted in the college’s history.
Students, faculty and residents gathered Monday morning for the 12th annual King Day celebration.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee revisited the life and message of the late Civil Rights leader once again Monday morning.
After holding a tribute celebration Sunday at First Baptist church in Galesburg, the group held the annual community wide breakfast at Bethel Baptist Church Monday morning.
The City of Knoxville has been considering taking out a 1-million dollars cyber liability insurance policy.
Currently the City has a policy that protects them up to $50,000 in the instance the City’s computers are hacked or an employee leaks sensitive material.
The Silver Streaks girls will be trying to take momentum from last night’s win over Alleman into tomorrow’s matchup with state-ranked Morton. The Streaks topped Alleman 53-49 behind 20 points from Haley Kelso and 13 from Sabrina Clay, as they improved their record to 13-8 for the season.