A local lawmaker has introduced more legislation in Springfield that is designed to help local emergency medical technicians, especially in smaller, more rural areas.
Legislation introduced earlier this month by State Representative Don Moffitt was approved would allow pre-Hospital Registered Nurses to provide services on emergency vehicles regardless of what level of ambulance they’re assigned to.
Five former students of Knox College were recognized last night for achievements in their chosen careers.
The Seymour Library on the Knox campus played host to honorees, college officials, and students for the Knox College Founders Day Alumni Achievement Awards.
A Monmouth woman is among four people arrested after an investigation into alleged illegal activity at the Wal-Mart store in Aledo.
Agriculture is everywhere, especially in Knox County.
The next step in possibly getting tenants inside the still-vacant land once known as Logistics Park Galesburg is using a real estate agent.
The Galesburg Business District Development and Redevelopment Commission — the group tasked with overseeing the park — has approved going forward with a process that will lead to real estate firms submitting bids for the chance to market what was officially named the Galesburg Business Park Thursday.
This certainly has been a winter for unusual weather, and the last couple of days have likely been the tip of the iceberg — or, in Galesburg’s case, snow pile.
Rain, wind, thunderstorms, snow, cold, and mild weather all have been experienced in the area this week alone.