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Local writer’s science fiction work published

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

Drawing inspiration from insects

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

Going Beyond the Barn

Galena Festival for the Performing Arts

GALENA–The Galena Festival of the Performing Arts returns July 11-15 with a line-up of outstanding performers. For the first time, all performances will be held in Turner Hall with the exception that the festival will end with an outdoor performance in Grant Park. more

Catholic Daughters install new officers June 5

GALENA–The members of Court Isabella 572, Catholic Daughters of the Americas, held a potluck on Tuesday, June 5 at Bally Hall, St. Mary Catholic Church. The Rev. Stanislaw Kos and John Dennerlein were special guests. more

Colts unveil 2018 program with free performance

DUBUQUE, Iowa–After nearly a month of 12-hour-a-day rehearsals, the Colts Drum & Bugle Corps will debut their 2018 program in full uniform at the Colts Summer Premiere beginning at 7 p.m., Friday, June 22, at the University of Dubuque’s Chalmers Field. more

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