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Traditionally, Holy Week is a time in which we commemorate the final days of Jesus as time and events led him toward torture and execution... [Read More]
These days, Illinois basketball forward Giorgi Bezhanishvili spends the bulk of his time in his campus apartment instead of on the court or in the... [Read More]
The Chicago Bears declared the quarterback competition between Mitchell Trubisky and newcomer Nick Foles an open one on Friday. General manager Ryan Pace made that... [Read More]
Dayton sophomore Obi Toppin beat out Iowa junior Luka Garza and three other finalists Friday in being named winner of the 2020 Naismith Trophy -... [Read More]
After we got past all of last weekend's wind we had some pretty nice weather to be outdoors in this past week. We've had some... [Read More]
Lauryn Campbell is a bit frustrated. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 20-year-old has nowhere to hone her softball skills right now, besides the backyard... [Read More]
Knoxville CUSD 202 is refocusing its solar project following Knoxville voters' decision to reject a referendum on artificial turf. Even as they continue e-learning programming, the... [Read More]
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, high school seniors across the country have lost the chance to walk across a stage to receive their diplomas. They've... [Read More]
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, so is an eight-second video. So many stories of sadness are circulating on social media... [Read More]
To minimize the spread of the coronavirus, the City of Galesburg has closed all Department of Parks and Recreation outdoor basketball courts until further notice. ... [Read More]
KPCK dinners canceled for April GALESBURG — The April dinners sponsored by Knox Prairie Community Kitchen have been canceled. Plans are to resume dinners once... [Read More]
Spring clean-up days in Galesburg are canceled until further notice. The contractor that provides refuse service for the city of Galesburg, Waste Management, has canceled... [Read More]
Illinois' number of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) increased again Thursday. The Illinois Department of Public Health announced 715 new cases in the state,... [Read More]
When Galesburg schools reopen for online and remote instruction Monday, approximately 150 students will still lack internet access, but efforts are already underway to address... [Read More]
Illinois' cases of the novel coronavirus jumped another 1,209 Friday. The Illinois Department of Health has also announced 53 additional deaths. In Knox County, 67... [Read More]
A new, different type of coronavirus test is coming that will help significantly in the fight to quell the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors and scientists say.... [Read More]
The light of God surrounds us. The love of God enfolds us. The power of God protects us. The presence of God watches over us.... [Read More]
What has been your personal experience during the shelter-in-place in response to the coronavirus threat? Confined to home by daughter Being in a very high... [Read More]
Patrons of the downtown Dollar General will soon have to travel a few blocks farther east to shop at the store. Signs are up at... [Read More]
Good morning, troops. It's Friday, April 3. Many of us are three weeks into the coronavirus-imposed, Illinois-wide hermetic sealing. A constant life at home, with... [Read More]
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