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In 1952, the Korean War continued in a stalemate. The Battle of Old Baldy, Battle of White Horse, Battle of Triangle Hill and Battle of... [Read More]
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Fresh off of receiving endorsements from Illinois Democratic Senators Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth, gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker made a stop in downtown Galesburg Sunday... [Read More]
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There was a bitterly cold wind Saturday, but there was sunshine and smiling faces in downtown Galesburg. Young and old alike braved the chill and... [Read More]
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During the week of Dec. 3-9, 1917, the Battle of Cambrai ended on the Western Front. The British captured Jerusalem from the Ottoman Empire. Over... [Read More]
On the second floor of Seymour Library at Knox College, nestled and carefully arranged under glass, are artifacts of the Jewish community of Galesburg. In... [Read More]
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Christmas was in the air in downtown Galesburg Saturday, as an open house was held among the businesses on South Seminary Street to kick off... [Read More]
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Like ghosts that are thronging,Pale shapes from the watersArise and I see their hands. I hear a faint weeping;Autumn is dead;Withered the leaves on the ground. From... [Read More]
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About this column: The Register-Mail published its first edition April 1, 1927, after the merger of the Republican Register and the Evening Mail. Columnist Talbot... [Read More]
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Sunny skies and mild temperatures greeted visitors to Knoxville's Walnut Grove Farm's post-Thanksgiving weekend Christmas event. The historic barn filled with local artisans selling the... [Read More]
For the groups of walking wounded who progress as best they canLimping, struggling slowly onward helped by the stronger manWith clothing torn & faces pained... [Read More]
After years of neglect and crime, new management is working to rehabilitate and renew a Galesburg trailer park.When it opened in 1960 at 3053 Grand... [Read More]
About this column: The Register-Mail published its first edition April 1, 1927, after the merger of the Republican Register and the Evening Mail. Columnist Talbot... [Read More]
While the Great War continued through the week of Nov. 12-18, 1917, Russia was in chaos. The October Revolution was continuing violently.The Monday Evening Mail... [Read More]
The cold November rain had stopped and a chilled breeze fluttered the flags in front of the Knox County Courthouse Sunday afternoon. Only a little... [Read More]
As America honored Veterans Day on the 11th day of the 11th month, Fred Visel, an adjunct history and geography professor at Carl Sandburg College... [Read More]
During the week of Nov. 5-11, 1917, as the Great War churned on, Americans began to die in the trenches. Revolution and upheaval continued in... [Read More]
On Sunday afternoon, cake and lemonade and memories were served at Knoxville High School as a seemingly endless line of people snaked its way out... [Read More]
Carl Sandburg College President Lori Sundberg is a finalist for the same position at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. According to a... [Read More]
The war kept raging as October turned to November in 1917. The week of Oct. 26-Nov. 2 began with news of the fighting in Flanders... [Read More]
In 1946, an earthquake off the coast of Alaska triggered a Hawaiian tsunami, killing more than 165 people. The United States conducted a series of... [Read More]
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