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Governor Pat Quinn and Knox and Warren County officials formally broke ground today on a distribution center for Sioux City-based Cloverleaf Cold Storage not far from the Farmland Foods plant in Monmouth.
Governor Pat Quinn will appear in Monmouth this morning to make an announcement regarding the announcement that Cloverleaf Cold Storage will build a multi-million dollar facility in the Maple City, and bring with it at least 150 jobs. We’ll have live coverage of the announcement beginning at approximately 11:45am on WGIL and WGIL.com. For more details on the announcement, CLICK HERE.
A company planning to bring 150 jobs to the Monmouth area has been revealed after months of waiting.
Strong to severe thunderstorms moved through the region once again yesterday, but much like the first round, they didn’t provide many problems, if any, in Galesburg.
The National Weather Service doesn’t have any storm reports for the immediate area, but storm spotters did tell forecasters that roughly one-and-a-third inches of rain fell in town in just three hours yesterday evening.
A renewable fertilizer plant may soon be up and running after a developer desired to partner with the City of Monmouth.
Monmouth Police say an accident occurred on Thursday morning, but are providing few details surrounding the incident.
As ponds, rivers, and lakes around Illinois begin to thaw, evidence of “Winter fish kill” becomes more apparent.
Around the state, people are seeing a large number of dead fish, and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources says the higher numbers are a result of a harsh winter.
The Monmouth City Council approved a 10-year property tax abatement during their meeting Monday night in an effort to convince a potential business that Monmouth was the place to build.
An economic development project in Warren County that was thought to involve Farmland Foods has been confirmed to be a different company.