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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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HANOVER–After Hanover Ambulance lost its vehicle provider license for multiple violations of the EMS Act, emergency medical care for the Hanover district was in limbo.

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EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School Board approved the hiring of T.J. Potts as the district’s new superintendent during its meeting on Monday, July 2.

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GALENA–Galena High School boys’ varsity basketball unceremoniously closed the book on the Nathan Bingham chapter after only one season, after the school board voted to dismiss Bingham on Tuesday, June 19. more

GALENA–Jo Daviess County, as trustee, has completed its tax deed proceedings on real estate properties that were delinquent for 2014 and prior real estate taxes. The county, as trustee, will now offer for sale the real estate obtained to the public. They will offer approximately 13 items through a sealed bid auction sale. All sealed bids must be in the Jo Daviess County Treasurer’s Office, 330 N. Bench St., Galena, no later than the close of business on July 27. more
GALENA–The Galena City Council postponed a decision on a demolition by neglect ordinance proposed by the Galena Foundation at the Monday, June 25 city council meeting. The postponement came … more

GALENA–Greater Galena Marketing, Inc. (GGMI), approved three appointments to the board during its meeting on Tuesday, June 26. more

GALENA–The Galena Public Library board is back to the drawing board on its search for a new library director.

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EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School Board approved raising rates on its 2018-19 school year fee schedule at its Wednesday, June 20 meeting. more

HANOVER–The 2017-18 school year may be over, but that doesn’t mean the work has ceased. River Ridge School District officials are busy preparing for the next school year, the school board learned during its Monday, June 18, regular meeting. more
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