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GALENA–The city of Galena is well-known for its commitment to preserving history, but is also a city that embraces future technology and environmental conservation. During the course of two … more
EAST DUBUQUE–With an estimated cost of $2.58 million to make needed improvements to its wastewater treatment plant, the East Dubuque City Council took an important step to securing funding for … more
GALENA–By a vote of 4-2, the Galena City Council decided Monday, Sept. 24, to allow archery deer hunting at the Turney Site, just off Spring Street. Action on the site was postponed at the … more
EAST DUBUQUE–It appears as though Oct. 18-19 will be long-awaited red-letter dates for the city of East Dubuque. If the East Dubuque City Council approves, the city will move into its new city … more
GALENA–The Galena City Council, during its Monday, Sept. 10 meeting, approved eight of the 11 deer hunting sites, nixing two of the proposed private sites and tabling another. Working its … more
GALENA–The Galena School District received unanimous approval for its planned bus barn during the Zoning Board of Appeals meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 12. District architect Marty Johnson … more
GALENA–All deputies in Jo Daviess County will be equipped with body cameras. The Jo Daviess County Board approved $25,774 for the sheriff’s office to purchase 20 body cameras from … more
GALENA–Whether or not the Franklin Street water tower is necessary was the topic of a presentation by IIW Engineers during the Monday, Sept. 10 Galena City Council meeting. In July, the city … more
GALENA–In a rare move for the Galena Historic Preservation Commission, the board approved vinyl siding and windows for a property in Galena’s historic district. During its meeting on … more
GALENA–Lifelong Galena resident Chris Allendorf was appointed Monday, Aug. 27 to fill the Galena City Council seat vacated earlier this month by Todd Lincoln, who moved out of Ward II. … more
GALENA– The Jo Daviess County Board approved sending a letter to the West Galena Township supervisor during its August meeting detailing its concerns about assessments. That letter is now … more
GALENA–If all goes as planned, there could soon be a new officer joining the Galena Police Department. This officer will be of the K-9 variety. On Monday, Aug. 27, the Galena City Council … more
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