Erin Buckmaster, Director at the Knox County Humane society, offers tips to protect your pets from the heat and highlights their upcoming Eastminster Dog Show on May 5th. For more information, visit https://knoxcountyhumanesociety.org/.
World-renowned keynote speaker Kevin Hines has dedicated his life to spreading the message of hope and recovery after surviving his suicide attempt of jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Workshop topics will include mental health, substance use, medical, holistic, and a variety of other topics. Workshops will be an opportunity for the community to choose how they define their wellness and offer them new ideas and skills to try. For more information, search Discover Wellness Summit on Facebook.
Missie Shepherd of Way Insurance discusses recent changes to the Affordable Care Act and talks with Vanessa about the complexities of the health insurance market in the United States.
Monmouth-Roseville High School Chorus Director Kevin Ferry, and MRHS Performance Arts President Nicole Trego, discuss recent events with MRHS band, as well as a fundraising opportunity for Magical Singers to sing the National Anthem at Busch Stadium on June 6
Live from Security Savings Bank, part two of the Economic Forum broadcast on 1330 AM/FM 94.1 WRAM.
Live from Security Savings Bank, part one of the Economic Forum broadcast on 1330 AM/FM 94.1 WRAM.
74th District Representative Dan Swanson discusses policies in the State of Illinois, including the graduated income tax, legalization of marijuana, and more.
District Conservationist Cathy Froelich and Conservation Technician Keely Egelhoff discuss state cost share money, deadlines, and the revamped newsletter on the WRAM Morning Show.
Mayor Rod Davies, City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher, and Community Engagement Director Ken Helms highlight the topics discussed at the recent Monmouth City Council meeting on the WRAM Morning Show.
Clinic Manager at Cottage Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Doug Price discusses balance and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) and how physical therapy can help address the issues on the WRAM Morning Show.
Dorothy Ricketts, Vice President of Security Savings Bank, discusses scams and how to protect yourself from becoming a victim on the WRAM Morning Show.
Superintendent Jeff Whitsitt highlights the topics discussed at the recent board meeting on the WRAM Morning Show.
Executive Head Start Director Mary Reed and Family Services Lisa Medina-Foshay highlight the West Central Head Start program and their upcoming Art Show open house on May 2nd.
Marketing Coordinator Sean Cavanaugh and intern Sergio Hernandez update us on what is going on at the Warren Achievement Center, including fundraising for the construction of a new day program facility.
Our April School Spotlight was Monmouth-Roseville High School and the Teacher of the Month was Ben Eaton. Courtesy of the Regional Office of Education, Lackey Monuments, and MTC Communications.
Diabetes Education Coordinator Tina Canada, highlights upcoming events including Healthy Meals on a Budget, Be Well, and the Diabetes Support Group monthly meeting.
Superintendent Ed Fletcher recaps the recent board meeting, which included discussion on their Student Support Specialists, dual-credit courses, and the implementation of random drug testing at the high school next year.
District Conservationist Cathy Froelich discusses a bacterial outbreak at Citizen’s Lake and some upcoming deadlines on the WRAM Morning Show.
Guest Conductor Vlad Vizireanu shares his back story and upcoming piece “Tragedy and Triumph” with the Knox Galesburg Symphony at the Orpheum Theater on Saturday April 13th.
Pattee Executive Director Kellen Hinrichsen discusses the timeline of events for the upcoming second annual Great Nicola Magic Festival at the Warren County History Museum on April 26th and 27th.
President of the Knox County Area Partnership for Economic Development, Ken Springer, highlights upcoming events including an open house for the Knox County CEO Program and a signing day for the Galesburg Vocational Program.
Michelle Holschuh Simmons, Tammy LaPrad, Jennifer Dickens, & Craig Vivien – Monmouth College Education Department – 4/5/19
Members of the Monmouth College Education Department discuss new initiatives to change in education and the shortage of teachers.
Monmouth College Phi Delta Theta fraternity members, Yovany Zarat and Bryan Peters, Philanthropy Chairman, discuss their upcoming philanthropy events with proceeds benefitting the Safe Harbor Domestic Violence Center in Galesburg.
Author Rick Warren discusses his novel ‘The Scarlet Plan’ and an upcoming book signing on April 6th at the AmericInn.
Monmouth Police Chief Joe Switzer discusses road safety and moving over and slowing down for others stopped on the side of the road.
Director of marketing and PR at MTC Communications Rachel Kerns, discusses the new Crowd Fiber Platform the company is working on expanding into surrounding communities.
Sam Jennison of The Drake on the WRAM Morning Show.
District Conservationist Cathy Froelich discusses fish sales, volunteer opportunities, and cost shares with the Natural Resource Conservation Service on the WRAM Morning Show.
Vice President of Behavioral Health Services at Bridgeway, Stacy Brown, talks about the upcoming Discover Wellness Summit on April 26 along with the importance of mental health for farmers.
Mayor Rod Davies, City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher, and Director of Informative Technology Ken Helms, highlight the recent city council meeting topics, including the 2019-2020 budget on the WRAM Morning Show.
Senior Pastor AJ Reynolds shares the ribbon cutting date for the new Harvest Bible Chapel and what the church will bring to the Monmouth community.
President Jared Kunkle and Manager Gina Long highlight upcoming events happening with the Warren-Henderson Farm Bureau and offer a field update.
Monmouth-Roseville High School Principal William Bradford is the April School Spotlight and shares the teacher of the month on the WRAM Morning Show.
CEO and Chairman, Ray Whitehead, and Vice President of International Operations, Andrew Heath, highlight their business, Jupiter Machine Tool, on the WRAM Morning Show.
Executive Director Carol McCrery discusses Medicare Part D, their upcoming parking lot sale, social security, and scams in the area.
Director of Jamieson Community Center, Nancy Mowen, discusses programs going on at the center, including Senior Meals, Summer Meals, and Summer Vista workers interviews.
Guest Conductor Brendan Townsend discusses his upcoming Masterwork Series concert, “Heroic Beauty”, at the Knox Galesburg Symphony.
Mary Kelly, Independent, is running for Ward 4 Alderman in the City of Monmouth.
John VanVleet, Independent, is running for Ward 4 Alderman in the City of Monmouth.
Mark Ogorzalek, Independent, is running for Ward 1 Alderman in the City of Monmouth.
Tony Cook, Independent, is running for Ward 1 Alderman in the City of Monmouth.
Mayor Rod Davies, Public Works Director Andy Jackson, and Director of Information Technology Ken Helms highlight the events discussed at the recent city council meeting.
Cathy Froelich and Keely Eglehoff of the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District talk to Shawn Temple about upcoming state and federal cost shares, as well as their upcoming fish sale.
Warren County Clerk Tina Conard highlights the upcoming consolidated election for Warren County on April 2nd.
Superintendent Jeff Whitsitt summarizes the topics of discussion at the recent United School District board meeting, including a new ‘Pilot Program’ policy.
Clinic Manager Doug Price discusses neck pain and temporomandibular joint dysfunction and how Physical Therapy can assist with the symptoms on the WRAM Morning Show.
Sean Cavanaugh and Sergio Hernandez of Warren Achievement Center talk about Taylor Woods, this month’s Achiever of the Month.
Jamie Weyant, Diet and Nutrition Educator at OSF Holy Family Medical Center, discusses programs and classes with the diabetes program that the community can become involved with to live and eat healthy.
Superintendent Ed Fletcher highlights the recent board meeting with topics including the teacher shortage, updates occurring in the district, and the passing of a random drug testing policy for extracurricular activities.
Opal Scott, Jake McLaughlin, Allie Wise, Flavio Petrini, Abby Newcomb, Carter Kelly – M-R Drama Program – 3-12-19
Some of the cast and crew for Monmouth-Roseville High School Performing Arts Program tell us about their new play, Curtains, which premiers this Friday, March 15th.
Jan and Glenda share with us what is in store for the Western Illinois Animal Rescue fundraiser on March 23rd.
Knox County Area Partnership and Economic Development (KCAP) Ken Springer highlights upcoming events to take place with KCAP in the coming months.
The Prairie Communications studio hosts the Scouts of America as they give some information on the Merit Badge University at Monmouth College
The final 2 hours of our 2019 FS Spring Ag Roundtable
The first 2 hours of our 2019 FS Spring Ag Roundtable
Monte Shaw speaks from the Big River Resources Annual Meeting in Burlington, Iowa on March 7, 2019
Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Amy Patterson and Steve Koss, Store Manager at People’s Do it Center, discuss their upcoming trade show on Saturday, March 9.
Jodi Scott, the Regional Superintendent of Schools, and Lori Loving, the Assistant Regional Superintendent of Schools highlight the Regional Office of Education programs for the March School Spotlight.
Executive Director Kristyne Gilbert highlights upcoming events at the Buchanan Center for the Arts including the 51st Town and Country Art Show, featuring local students, and the Artist in Resident search.
Erin Buckmaster of the Knox County Humane Society offers tips on how to keep your pets safe in the winter and a law in Galesburg where you cannot chain a dog outside more than 6 hours in a 24 hour period.
City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher and Director of Building and Zoning Joe Clark, discuss the recent city council meeting on the WRAM Morning Show.
Superintendent Dr. John Asplund gives an update on district 205, including the current building study and improvement plans, changes to the school calendar, and pensions.
Sam Brooks, the Executive Director at the Warren County YMCA, discusses the plan and outlook for the new Pattee Water Park, which will be across from the YMCA.
Kelsey Litchfield, Marketing and Member Engagement Manager, highlights upcoming events with the Galesburg Chamber. Events include Young Professionals Network, Ag and Business Breakfast, and Business After Hours.
Chairman Brad Crisco highlights the upcoming Elmwood Outdoor Show this weekend, March 2nd and 3rd. For more information, visit http://www.elmwoodalloutdoors.com/.
Midwest Bank President Chris Gavin talks the history of the bank and recent expanding for the business spotlight on the WRAM Morning Show.
Monmouth College Accounting Professor Judy Peterson shares dates and times when community members are able to come get their taxes done at no cost at the Center for Science and Business Building.
PJ Brooks, member of the Monmouth-Roseville Sports Boosters discusses their recent raffle ticket sales and their upcoming fundraiser of selling banners for the sports fields.
Jennifer Rice of Community National Bank and Mary Grace Carlson of Casey State Bank highlight their upcoming Pallet Party for Banking on a Cure.
Chorus Director Kevin Ferry and Band Director Kyle Barshinger highlight the upcoming Monmouth-Roseville Solo and Ensemble event on Saturday March 2nd.
District Conservationist Cathy Froelich and Conservation Technician Keely Egelhoff discuss upcoming deadlines for state cost shares, fish sales, and the contractors breakfast.
Julie Shaw, President of the Monmouth Kiwanis Club, and club member Sean Cavanaugh highlight the upcoming Kiwanis Pancake Day on Saturday March 2nd.
Amy Patterson, Executive Director of the Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce, highlights upcoming events with the chamber. Events include scholarship night, Monmouth on the Move Luncheon, and the 10th annual trade and home show.
Warren-Henderson Farm Bureau Vice President Chad Long and Ag in the Classroom Coordinator Anna Damos, discuss the recent Governmental Affairs Conference, ag in the classroom events, and upcoming events with the farm bureau.
Superintendent Jeff Whitsitt highlights the United board’s recent meeting. Items discussed include the girls LTC All Conference Team, the weather causing missed days, and improvement projects.
Strom Center Director Carol McCreary discusses that Axline’s in Monmouth will be accepting Medicare patients, since the Shopko pharmacy will be closing.
Warren Achievement Center Marketing Director Sean Cavanaugh discusses the Center’s new Large Business of the Year Award.
Guest Director Alexander Platt highlights his upcoming production “Stars Over Paris”, which will be Saturday February 23rd at 7:30pm at the Orpheum Theater in Galesburg.
Mayor Rod Davies and Public Works Director Andy Jackson discuss the winter weather and road conditions and the recent city council meeting on the WRAM Morning Show.
Monmouth College Professor Doug Rankin and students Amanda Grisson and Brie Stumbo discuss the upcoming production of ‘The Wolves’ at Wells Theater this weekend, February 21-24. For more information, visit monmouthcollege.edu.
FFA President Ashlyn Quinn, Vice President Joe Crum, and FFA teacher Jason Kilbourne discuss the Monmouth-Roseville chapter’s upcoming events.
United Red Storm Boys Basketball Coach Doug Dennison on the AM 1330/FM 94.1 WRAM Morning Show on 2-19-19
Coach Dennison recaps the past week in Red Storm boys basketball and previews the upcoming week on the Monmouth McDonalds Coach’s Corner on the WRAM Morning Show
Jenna Link, Director at the Warren County Health Department, reports on the cold and flu season, Pediatric Dental Month, and the hours of the clinic on the WRAM Morning Show.
Superintendent Ed Fletcher highlights topics discussed at the recent board meeting for the district. Items included snow days, summer school, the evidence based fund, and more.
District Conservationist Cathy Froelich shares details about upcoming deadlines for the Warren County Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Michele Kim, Director of Tourism, discusses their award the Galesburg Area Convention and Visitors Bureau received from the Illinois Excellence in Tourism Awards on the WRAM Morning Show.
Tom Best on the Lincoln Foundations activities for the month of February.
Presentation for teacher of the month for our January School Spotlight, United High School, and teacher of the month, Joel Zink.
Director of Corporate and Leisure Activities at Carl Sandburg College, Stacey Rucker, highlights the upcoming Day Trips for this Spring season on the WRAM Morning Show. For more information, search Sandburg Corporate and Leisure on Facebook or call the college at 309-345-3501.
Abingdon-Avon High School Principal Brad Weedman, discusses all the great items going on at the high school for our February School Spotlight and shares the Teacher of the Month on the WRAM Morning Show.
Executive Director Kristyne Gilbert highlights upcoming event at the Buchanan Center for the Arts, including the play Savannah Sipping Society, which will be in production February 8-9 at 7:30pm, on the WRAM Morning Show.
Vice President of Operations for the Western Illinois Ag Mech Club, Leah Hembrough, shares details of the upcoming Ag Mech Expo at Western this coming weekend, February 9-10 in Western Hall.
Mayor Rod Davies, City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher, and Director of Information Technology Ken Helms, highlight the events discussed at the recent city council meeting, including, the building and zoning monthly report, equipment proposal, and the city budget.
Erin Buckmaster, with the Knox County Humane Society, wants to remind listeners to remember their pets inside during the winter months on the WRAM Morning Show.
Kelsey Litchfield, Marketing and Member Engagement Manager, shares details of upcoming events with the Galesburg Chamber of Commerce.
Organizers Stacey Dutton and Dina Chick discuss the kickoff event for the Warren-Henderson Relay for Life 2019 year. The kickoff event is Saturday February 2nd at the Monmouth American Legion.
Photographer Kent Kriegshauser shares about how he got into photography and why it is a passion today on the WRAM Morning Show.
Julia Bernardi, Michelle Shepler, Jodi Scott, & Lori Loving – Regional Office of Education – 1/31/19
Julia Bernardi, RAES East Instructor, Michelle Shepler, Edgenuity Coordinator, Jodi Scott, Regional Superintendent of Schools, and Lori Loving, Assistant Regional Superintendent of Schools, discuss the Family Empowerment Program and an upcoming event at the Sidetrax Bar and Grill in Galesburg for parents on February 27th.
District Conservationist Cathy Froelich and Conservation Technician Keely Egelhof highlight some upcoming deadlines with the Natural Resources Conservation Service on the WRAM Morning Show.