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Weather plays havoc with sports schedule

Apr 16, 2011 • by Brian Rathjen • North Scott Senior High School
Friday, April 15, may have been Tax Day -- actually, it was Emancipation Day in Washington, D.C. (don't ask), meaning filing date for taxes won't be until Monday, April 18 -- but for Quad-City area high school sports fans, it was a day several anticipated sporting events were canceled due to the wea More

Genesis PSP Shootout is coming!

Dec 15, 2010 • QCA-TV
14 teams, seven games highlight bi-state battle at Augustana College More

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GHS drives home safety

Oct 22, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG — It's about commitment. If enough Galesburg High School students commit to safe driving, the school can win $100,000 and a concert. For the first time, Galesburg High School is participating in Celebrate My Drive, a safe-driving competition ... More

Mike Trueblood: McWilliams among Streaks' unsung

Oct 23, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG - Every successful team needs them, not many casual fans know about them. While other players grab the headlines and spots in the record books, guys like Galesburg High School senior Tallen McWilliams “epitomize what the program is all ... More

College Soccer: Prairie Fire getting hotter

Oct 23, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
That someone is Nathaniel Logie. The junior is the top scorer in the MWC with 11 goals – five of them game-winners – including two last weekend. Senior Jacob Polay, a 2010 Galesburg High School graduate, has started 10 games for the Fire and has a goal. More

Life-safety amendment approved for Galesburg High School

Oct 23, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
The biggest change will be a restructuring of the front lobby area of Galesburg High School. The administrative offices will be arranged so that visitors must stop by the office before entering the rest of the building. This will allow the district to ... More

Facility projects reduced

Oct 16, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
As part of the $18 million, $3.3 million will be spent on Galesburg High School. This will be used to renovate the administration office and lobby so that a secure-entry system can be installed. At Churchill Junior High School, $3.8 million will be ... More

Community Roundtable: Who for governor?

Oct 24, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
Who will you vote for in the Illinois governor's race, and why? Rauner has ulterior motives. Pat Quinn will receive my vote; however, it's simply because he's the better of two evils. Rauner spent $23.3 million of his own money so far to get a job that ... More

Pro Baseball: Ex-Streaks, Royals linked

Oct 22, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG — Chad Johnson couldn't be happier the Kansas City Royals are playing the San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball's World Series. The 2012 Galesburg High School graduate is one of two ex-Silver Streaks catchers who've been ... More

Operation Rebuild revamped

Oct 14, 2014 • Galesburg Register-Mail
The District must spend the QZABs on Galesburg High School. Operation Rebuild-Achievement initially planned to spend $110 million by 2020 without raising property taxes. The original budget for Operation Rebuild-Achievement was “assuming pretty ... More

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