Letters to the Editor
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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
Good guy award by Kimberly Schwartz Last Thursday morning my husband lost control of our Irish red and white setter, Lady, on Main Street. He tried to retrieve her, but she just sped … more
My second grade class and I would like to nominate Arlee Wills and her employer, Jo Daviess Mutual Insurance Co., for the good guy award. They made a monetary donation to my classroom so that each … more
One of the major promises of JB Pritzker’s campaign for governor is that he going to implement a progressive state income tax. A progressive tax is where the rate of taxation increases as your … more
There is only one word to describe the recent Galena ‘Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice’ event on Sept. 8, and that word would have to be “fun.” One doesn’t normally … more
He won’t come to a political Forum in Jo Daviess County because the League of Women Voters, holding the forum, is biased. He won’t come to a political forum in Jo Daviess County … more
Thank you for writing the informative article “Chesney Nixes Forum” in last week’s Gazette. The League of Women Voters board and I are concerned about Mr. Chesney’s perception … more
With September being prostate cancer awareness month, I want every man and every woman who has a relationship with a man to be aware of the risks of prostate cancer and the benefits of early … more
If we are to be in a sculptural mood, and wish to embellish the post office plaza, why not commemorate Ely S. Parker, the Native-American engineer who supervised the construction of that noble pile … more
John Cox, in his Aug. 29 letter about the United States Electoral College may have been correct in some of his evaluations, but left out was the probable result of eliminating the system that the … more
In the Aug. 29 issue of the Gazette, an apparently confused resident of Galena called the Electoral College “undemocratic” and “unfair” and suggested it be eliminated. This … more
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