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Hello Galena! features Paul Chase

GALENA–Hello Galena! announces the meet and greet event of Paul Chase, featured artist for June. Chase’s two- and three-dimensional works of art, including his internationally recognized fine art guitar paintings called “GraphicGuitars,” and his newest works, “ArchitecturalVisions,” are on display. more

Anniversary: The Gunnings

Dan and Elissa Gunning, Galena, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday, July 6. more

Annivesary: The Monahans

Donald and Margelyn Monahan, Belvidere, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday, June 29. more

Anniversary: The Petersons

Dr. Roger and Carol Peterson, Galena, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday, June 22. more

Hello World: Holden Ellis Freund

April 18–Boy, Holden Ellis Freund, born to Gabe and Beth Freund, East Dubuque. more

Plan a simple Fourth of July barbecue

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

Perch in creativity

Ava Roti shows off her bird impasto painting. The Galena ARC held one of their summer art classes on Thursday, June 21, in which they created a bird in impasto style with a palette knife on a wooden panel and attached bird’s feet to a piece of Mississippi River driftwood

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Golden meals: July 2-6

He sweeps while the city sleeps

While reading through the Galena Gazettes from 1967, I came across a picture with a caption that mentioned the new street sweeper. It looks like it was quite the thing for ‘67, and so I got to thinking about the present day street sweeper, that most people seldom see, and so began the story that you are now reading. more

School Desk: Honors

School Desk: Graduation

North to Alaska

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
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