Here is the latest statement from the Galesburg Education Association, issued mid-morning Thursday.
Special Education teachers in some school districts in Knox and Warren Counties likely won’t be on the job until the strike involving the Galesburg Education Association is resolved.
The Knox County Highway and Zoning Committee met last night to review a potential proposal to speed up the correction of zoning violations.
Monmouth-Roseville might not start school until next week, but that doesn’t mean the district isn’t keeping a close eye on the teachers’ strike in Galesburg.
Members of the Knox County Corn Growers will be giving away sweet corn today in Galesburg.
As we approach mid-August, farmers concern for their crops is turning away from a need for rain, and towards the need for growing degree units. Agronomist Lance Tarchionne says plenty of warm sunshine should finish off what figures to be a great yield for corn and soybeans.