Letters to the Editor
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When I read the first article in the Gazette about the proposed gun ordinance, I thought surely the State’s Attorney would tell them they lack the authority to nullify State laws and that would … more

We’d like to nominate the city employees and road crew who, in recent weeks, promptly took care of problems in our alley. In one case, a storm had washed away part of an already-narrow roadway; …

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My heart goes out to the children of the school shootings, the children separated from their parents at our borders, and to children of war everywhere, of Iraq, of Syria and of Gaza. I know what … more

I’m sick of the whole immigration/refugee debate. We go round and round, the same old nonsense. This is not a problem unique to the U.S. It is a worldwide problem and calls for a worldwide solution.

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The Galena High School girls’ golf team would like to nominate Monique Reynolds and the women’s golf group, The Tee Bags, for the good guy award.

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Huge thanks to John and Dirk Einsweiler!

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I’ve often been puzzled by the Right’s repeated insistence that “we’re a republic, not a democracy.” Of course, a republic is representative democracy. I used to assume conservatives just resented the term “democratic values” as it might make people think of the Democratic Party.

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I want to respond to the letter printed in the Galena Gazette on July 2 by John Bernardi. My words come from my heart because the issue is about children.

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Thank you for publishing the picture of the hay making crew at the Arthur Cording farm. Just one correction is needed. The picture was not from the June 20, 1965, edition of the Gazette. The year was 1968, 50 years ago.

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I was invited to attend the Team of Scholars Workshop that took place at the Stillman Mansion sponsored by the Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Society on June 25.

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Ms. Werner’s article in the Gazette (June 20) concerning the border crisis and the separation of children speaks from the heart but not from the head. Emotional appeals, whether in anger or in sympathy, are usually deserving of further reflection, and Ms. Werner’s falls into this category. more

I know that both political parties would love to forget the atrocities that our “better dead than red” foreign policy wrought throughout Central America...

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