Letters to the Editor
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  I want to thank all the voters in the First Ward that voted for me for three terms (12 years total) as their alderman. It truly has been an honor to have been given the responsibility to … more
  Recently I developed a severely flat tire on Bench Street. Pulling into a parking lot, I looked forward to changing to the spare, as 40 years ago that was a “piece of … more
  Women and Friends Making a Difference is hosting a month-long feminine products drive during the month of May. The purpose of this drive is to collect feminine products for free … more
  At the time Jim Lander was stepping down as president of the Jo Daviess County Board of Public Health, Dan Gilbert, then the assistant state’s attorney, was recruiting me for the … more
    As the spring building season ramps up, the Jo Daviess County Planning and Development Department would like to take this opportunity to provide continuing education to the public … more
  At the annual meeting of the members of Hanover Ambulance Inc. (HAI) on April 25, HAI’s board president, William Frazier, stepped down. The first agenda item in the annual meeting … more
    Thank you, US Bank! We would like to thank the management and employees of the US Bank, with a special thanks to Shirley Rosenthal and former employee, Nikki Peebles, for the many … more
Do you use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram? Do any of the following social media account names ring a bell? @TEN_GOP, “Being Patriotic,” “Stop All Immigrants,” “Secured … more
  With all of the media reports of sexual assault, harassment, and unwanted touch reported among celebrities ranging from the allegations against R. Kelly to the head kissing of Joe Biden, it … more
  The results of the last elections in Illinois, Chicago and Jo Daviess County have been mixed. JB Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot won. It is definitely a case of out with old and in with the … more
  Ignorance is not bliss by John Bernardi, Galena A cow may be ignorant, which is to say uninformed, but the animal is not stupid. If bales of hay are piled in the feeder, the cows will … more
Do you live in Hanover Township or the southern half of Rice Township? If you do and you are 18 years of age or older, congratulations! You are–whether you knew it or not–a member in full … more
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