Letters to the Editor
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This letter is in response to Alderperson Pam Bernstein’s letter in the Jan. 8 Gazette regarding citizen activism. It seems that unless a mob of people attend a meeting in opposition of an … more
I am overwhelmed by the necessity to correct last weeks endorsement of climate change legislation, predicated upon man’s release of carbon into the Earth’s atmosphere over the past two … more
Many thanks to the Gazette for the editorial on active citizenship, as well as P. Carter Newton’s publisher’s column “Over and over,” both of which ran in the Jan. 1 … more
I have been a subscriber to the Galena Gazette for more years than P. Carter Newton has been editor, then publisher. I have always thought this newspaper was one of the best small market newspapers … more
Our family is relatively new to Galena. Given our short time in residency, I have for the most part avoided taking positions on local matters. I generally avoid discussing politics, city … more
  During our formative years–grade school for most, high school for some–disputes were often about something other than the words themselves revealed. The words were intended to … more
The Workshop Job Club would like to say thank you and nominate for the good guy award the Galena Center for the Arts and The Vista Cafe as we celebrated our annual Christmas party. We went to the … more
  I am compelled to share the results of a marketing study I made on the traffic projections a cannabis dispensary will bring to northwestern Illinois and Galena, which I shared before the … more
  A glorious flame to light the world...   Ambient circle of gentle luminescence Brings light to your darkest hours. Subtle fragrance of beeswax and honey Soothes your … more
On behalf of the United Churches of Galena I wish to thank the community for its support of our annual Christmas concert. The concert was held Dec. 4 at St. Michael Catholic Church. This concert … more
I’d like to offer a few suggestions for making the holidays more sustainable. • Shop local to avoid excess packaging and pollution resulting from shipping. •Give tickets, … more
We would like to nominate First Community Bank, US Bank and Illinois Bank & Trust for the good guy award. On Dec. 3, Galena Middle School held its 41st annual spelling bee, and these banks were … more
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