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Monday, July 9 - Beef and noodles, green beans, peaches, bread, margarine and milk. Tuesday, July 10 - Tater tot casserole (veggies in casserole), mixed fruit, bread, margarine and … more

ELIZABETH–Liz Schnitzler has lived her life by the 4-H Pledge: “I pledge my head to clearer thinking, My heart to greater loyalty, My hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my country, and my world.” more

10 years ago: June 25, 2008 A dozen? A hundred? A thousand? How many Elizabeths will attend the Gathering of Elizabeths? This weekend, Elizabeth will be the center of activity in Jo Daviess County, as organizers hope to break the Guinness book record for most people of the same name in one place. more

SCALES MOUND–Shotgun blasts ring out on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, and downrange, an orange clay pigeon disintegrates, pieces scattering against a hillside.

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For simple, low-stress entertaining over the Fourth of July, let’s turn to simple classic American cookout dishes: juicy hamburgers from the grill, creamy potato salad, tangy pasta salad, and rich, fudgy brownies. Everything but the burgers can be made up to a day ahead, so your only task come party time is to fire up the grill, drink in hand. more
Monday, July 2 - Sloppy Joes, potato wedges, apple sauce, whole wheat bun and milk. Tuesday, July 3 - Brats, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, whole wheat bun and milk. Wednesday, July 4 - Fourth of … more

SCALES MOUND–Perpetual daylight and whitewater rafting are just two of the experiences had by Scales Mound FFA students Corwin Moser, Georgia Vandigo and Collin Malin on a recent trip to Alaska. more

GALENA–Friends of the Galena Library is still looking for donations of gently used books for the 16th annual pre-owned book sale. Books will be accepted through Friday, June 30. more

GALENA–The Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation (JDCF) Executive Director Steve Barg will give a program on the organization’s Native American heritage sites, the Native peoples who lived on them, and their modern-day descendants, such as the Ho-Chunk, and Sac and Fox., with whom JDCF is starting to build ties. more

ELIZABETH–A local writer is getting, what he calls, his “first major break” ahead of the publication of his new short story about a time travelling physicist in a national science fiction magazine. more

GALENA–Children’s books have always been a passion for Cat Fortier. more
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