GALENA–The lease between the city of Galena and Deb Malone from Fever River Outfitters is on hold.
GALENA TERRITORY–The Prairie Enthusiasts will be holding its 30th annual conference and banquet on Saturday, March 4, at Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa.
GALENA–When it comes to flushable wipes, what you see is not always what you get.
EAST DUBUQUE–Tri-County Economic Development Alliance (TCEDA) will be hosting its 2017 annual luncheon meeting at Timmerman’s Supper Club, East Dubuque, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday, March 16.
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board approved language changes in the proposed Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) contract during its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
GALENA TERRITORY–Firefighters from the Scales Mound Fire Protection District responded to a fire in a first floor men’s bathroom at Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa on Thursday, Feb. 16.
GALENA–At the January Galena River Watershed-based Planning Committee meeting, Scott Tompkins of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency presented on water quality, non-point source (NPS) pollution impairments and the nine required elements for watershed-based plan development using Section 319 funding resources.
GALENA–Members of the Jo Daviess County Board discussed term limits during the meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
GALENA–When Alden Kuntz, a sophomore at Wahlert Catholic High School in Dubuque, Iowa, got a letter in the mail recruiting him for a summer trip to Australia to compete with Down Under Sports in a track event, his mom, Maria, knew he needed to go.
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Republican Central Committee hosted a Lincoln Day Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa.
Galena beat Eastland 63-58 to win sectionals! The Pirates play Annawan at Oglesby Monday, Feb. 20. Tip off is 7pm.
SCALES MOUND–There are some aspiring artists in Karen Kelly’s eighth grade social studies class at Scales Mound School.
GALENA–A vault of unknown age and purpose collapsed on Saturday, Jan. 28, on the property of the Miller and Steinke Funeral Home at 235 S. Bench St.
GALENA–As winter thaws and snow melts, months of litter and garbage poke through the receding snow and show the constant need to keep the side of Galena’s roadways clean.