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Act today

If there is a project which has caught the imagination of area citizens it must be the Galena ARC’s pursuit to purchase the Tri-State Christian School. This purchase will give the ARC the opportunity to provide more services to more people, thus enhancing the quality of life for those living here.

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Let's salute those who do away with...Litter

If a stranger came to Galena from the north–let’s say along Council Hill Road–this stranger could easily come to one conclusion: a favorite pastime of the people who live here is road drinking.

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Students exercise their right to Assemble

On Sept. 25, 1789, the states received the Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the constitution, for ratification.

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Good news

For the hospital, the loan means the hospital saves $1 million annually in interest payments.

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Where to start

The facts are now crystal clear. 

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Public served?

This newspaper is a cheerleader and supporter of volunteer-driven Emergency Medical Service organizations.

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Giving season

For others, that sound is a reassurance: even though there are less fortunate people in the community, the Salvation Army is trying to help, and give back.

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Plenty to consider

The citizens of Jo Daviess owe a great debt of gratitude to eight county residents who have dedicated six months of their lives to be of service to others, maybe for generations to come.

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Give us your...

These famous words grace the Statue of Liberty: “Give me your tired, your poor; your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

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Sad sights–sad sites

Picture this. 

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Meeting agendas

All public bodies in Illinois are required to produce in advance and make available to the public an agenda for all public meetings.

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A strong finish

The announcement on the front page of last week’s Galena Gazette that Sen. Tim Bivins will not seek re-election to the Illinois Senate came as a surprise.

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