Monmouth

T.J. Carson

The Monmouth birthplace of the famous lawman from the Wild West has been closed for years. But the new owner wants to revive it as a tourist destination.

T.J. Carson

The mayor of Monmouth gave a mostly optimistic view of his city in his annual State of the City address. Rod Davies told business leaders that “exciting times” are ahead. He used Farmland Foods and Monmouth College as examples.

T.J. Carson

The head of the Midwest-U.S. China Association doesn’t want to see America's cornbelt fall behind in a changing global economy.  Bob Holden, who served as governor of Missouri from 2001 to 2005, spoke at Monmouth College as part of its "Midwest Matters" initiative.

Rich Egger

The Macomb City Council is sending a letter to the Governor and Legislature asking to receive full funding from the state.

Governor Bruce Rauner has proposed cutting in half local government’s share of the state’s income tax revenue.

T.J. Carson

A group that serves the mentally disabled in Warren County is looking to make big changes in the near future.

Warren Achievement Facility has already made its debut of a new logo that emphasizes the word "Achievement" more.

T.J. Carson

More than 150 jobs will be available at the Cloverleaf Cold Storage Facility that will soon open in Monmouth.

T.J. Carson

The Buchanan Center for the Arts is starting the new year with a new executive director.

Kristyne Gilbert Bradford was named to the position this week.  She replaced Susan Twomey, who served as executive director the past eight years.

Bradford completed her Master’s degree at Western Illinois University.  While at WIU, Bradford was a teaching assistant in the Department of English & Journalism.

Rich Egger

Susan Twomey, Executive Director of the Buchanan Center for the Arts, has announced her plans to retire in a few years.

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The demolition of two buildings on the square in Monmouth is running slightly behind schedule, which in turn is delaying the completion of another downtown project.

More upscale housing is coming to Monmouth’s downtown.

Winners Chosen for Monmouth Business Competition

Jul 31, 2014
City of Monmouth

Monmouth Director of Community Development Paul Schuytema said the Fusion Theater at Monmouth College was "packed beyond imagination" as the results were announced for the Shops of Monmouth Retail Business Competition.

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The city of Monmouth is one step closer to having some new downtown businesses.

Residents of the Monmouth-Roseville School District are again being asked to pay more in property taxes.

TSPR's Emily Boyer

Monmouth will know by the end of the year if it has received a $400,000 state grant.

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The city of Monmouth is hosting two workshops to help people learn tools to succeed in opening their own retail business.

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