Letters to the Editor
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Deer overpopulation has been an issue for the last two years. Most of the city council have wanted to purge the deer since the beginning. At the Sept. 24 meeting, the council approved, 4-2, the last … more
It touched my heart to read Angelina Kim’s evocative letter in the Gazette of Sept. 26. She reminds us of a gentler time, when life was more simple, and that that simplicity brought peace … more
Pray tell, part two. Morality is the main theme of religion as written in the rule book, the Bible. Churches, pastors and the participants collectively use prayer as the main topic of achieving … more
Ordinarily, I feel that to vote for all the candidates of a particular political party just because they are members of that party without investigating their actual positions on areas of interest to … more
Why can’t we talk about these things and still remain good friends? I want to ask you why you favor a large powerful central government, why you prefer group rights over those of the … more
The recent TV ads blaming Gov. Rauner for the failure of the state of Illinois for not having a state budget for over two years is a total distortion of the truth. By the state constitution, the … more
Shout outThis letter is also a shout out to my fellow Galenians–thank you! Have you noticed? During the entire spring and summer, there has been a vast improvement less litter along the high … more
By the time you read this, I will have already have voted. I almost always vote for the Democrats, and this year, I’m voting a straight ticket. JB Pritzker is an outstanding choice. He wants … more
I would like to nominate the Galena and East Dubuque volleyball staff, players, parents and community for the Good Guy Award. We are so very fortunate to be surround by an amazing community and we … more
A few week ago, I was rushed to return back to Galena from Dubuque. Somehow in my rush, I left my wallet on the cab of my truck. All of my cash, credit cards and necessities managed to ride clear to … more
Pray tell. Some, not all, Republican legislators in Washington D.C., speak (tell) about praying as this is what some of their followers want to hear. . .them speaking in a morality … more
As I hung the laundry on the clothesline early this morning, it looks like it will be a good day for drying clothes thanks to the nice breeze. Watching the clothes dancing on the line is always fun … more
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