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GALENA–Ask Eldon Glick what his secret is to living 90 years and a mischievous smile spreads across his face.

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JO DAVIESS COUNTY–A new local co-op, Jo Daviess Local Foods (JDLF), is making it possible for Jo Daviess County residents to order food and other items from local producers at jd.luluslocalfood.com.

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10 years ago: July 9, 2008 July is scheduled to be the kick-off date for a variety of major and minor city of Galena construction projects ranging from the $998,439 Bouthillier Street … more
Play the game of salad Curious about salad, not the food but the card game? We will be teaching and playing the game at the Volunteer Visitors of Northwest Illinois at 105 S. Main St., Stockton, … more

FREEPORT–If you have wanted more information on Medicare, Medicaid, tax freezes, prescription drug savings or other benefit programs right in your hometown, you may be in luck. more

Every morning, I look out the kitchen windows to my fenced-in flower borders. No matter the season, there is something to see. The stars are still out when I wake up. Seeing them gives me the sense of being in an awesome universe.

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The first time I saw garlic scapes at a farmer’s market, I thought they were beautiful, but I certainly didn’t think they were edible. Those long, gangly heads and that tough stalk?

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Thirty-three East Dubuque High School students and five chaperones had an overseas adventure in June when they traveled for 12 days to Ireland, Scotland, England and France.

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ELIZABETH–Extension is hosting a session, “Yes you CAN: Preserving Practice Mastering the Art of Making Salsa,” on Monday, Aug. 6, 5-9:30 p.m., at the CTE Academy, Elizabeth.

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HANOVER–Hanover is labeled the best village by a dam site, but in reality, it is located in a desert, a food desert.

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ELIZABETH–Phillip Brown, Elizabeth, , is a new member of the American Angus Association.

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Cory Cassens, executive director of Jo Daviess County Farm Service Agency, says he can hear the strain in farmers’ voices this season. This spring’s rain and flooding has affected farmers across the Midwest, and even Jo Daviess’ generally elevated terrain hasn’t saved fields from becoming mud pits. more
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