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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
10 years ago: June 18, 2008 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is under water. River levels are feet above flood levels. Sump pumps work overtime in basements. It’s flood season in the Midwest. The … more

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

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

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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