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GALENA–The Monday, Aug. 13 Galena City Council meeting was the last for Todd Lincoln, alderperson for Ward II. Lincoln, in his fourth term, announced his departure from the council after more … more
FREEPORT–Rep. Brian Stewart, R-Freeport, announced recently that Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a bill Stewart sponsored, House Bill 4476, which will remove the requirement that a person cited under … more

GALENA–The Galena City Council is moving forward with the archery deer hunting season Oct. 1 through Jan. 20. The council voted 5-1 at its Monday, July 23 meeting to approve city-owned and private property hunting sites within the city limits.

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EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque Mayor Dan Welp resigned on Thursday, July 26.

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GALENA—Led by Jo Daviess County Emergency Manager Chuck Pedersen, the Jo Daviess County Emergency Management Agency conducted a tabletop exercise to assess the cohesive coordination between the agency’s crisis services and the public on Tuesday, July 24 at Crossroads Community Church.

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The East Dubuque City Council voted unanimously at its Monday, July 23 meeting to terminate its contract with city manager Geoff Barklow.

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GALENA–A resolution to support firearm instruction in schools was considered by the law and courts committee of the Jo Daviess County Board during its meeting on Monday, July 16.

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EAST DUBUQUE–Dozens of sign-wielding protestors gathered outside the East Dubuque High School & Junior High parking lot ahead of the Monday, July 16 city council meeting to oppose the continued employment of city manager Geoff Barklow.

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GALENA–The Galena City Council set a record with a 10-minute meeting on Monday, July 9.

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EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque City Manager Geoff Barklow’s future with the city remains in question as city officials debate contract renewal.

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GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board was split on a resolution to oppose state gun control legislation during its Tuesday, July 10, meeting.

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EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque City Council is moving forward with a project to make improvements to its wastewater treatment facility, but at a slower pace.

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