Letters to the Editor
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With compliments to Ms. Karen Kelly. She is a fine educator which is made obvious by the Galena Gazette’s “Six Days in the Land of the Morning Calm” article. She was one of 10 … more
Just a thought, but with the US Bank leaving the Perry Street facility, how about that as a possible location for the future history museum? It is a good location, right next to the Old Market House … more
I recently had the privilege of touring the Stillman home. I am so glad that the Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Society has purchased this magnificent building! Who better to trust than the … more
We would like to nominate Cody, Travis and Nathan Heuer for the good guy award. They came to our rescue with their strength, willingness and professionalism in our time of need. We would not have … more
Let’s take a look at two of their signs. “Protect Roe.” How ironic! A beautiful, young girl is holding a sign that supports abortion on demand. Luckily for that child, her mother … more
I have the great honor to be a member of the Team of Scholars established to offer suggestions to the local history museum leaders in the construction of a new Galena & U.S. Grant Museum. As … more
For a long period of time, the Galena Gazette and the Galenian have printed numerous advertisements that have used images of U. S. Grant for various promotions, etc. When I brought this to the … more
I went up to pick up the pizzas from Casey’s for our Pirate class one day last week. A nice man named John, who was standing in front of me, asked if I was with the ARC. I said yes and … more
The deer in the city People either love them or loathe them They are pretty, say some; they eat my plants say others How can we live in harmony with our wildlife sisters and … more
Have Galena citizens seen the flyer of the plans to relocate the Galena & U.S. Grant Museum to the site of the Stillman Mansion? A project of this magnitude needs more than a quarter page in the … more
Some people appear to find enjoyment in being continually angry and unhappy. They find comfort in calling other people offensive names. Words like racist, sexist, bigot, Nazi, Fascist, Islamaphobe … more

I love trees–all kinds of trees. I believe that most people who choose to live in our beautiful county feel the same. We know how valuable trees are to us all, and I am not referring to their …

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