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GALENA–The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) gathered approximately 40 elected and appointed officials from the northern part of Region II’s 17 counties and various … more
GALENA–The Galena United Methodist Church Mission Outreach Committee hosted a missionary from Zambia, Betty Tshala, on Tuesday, Aug. 21. The church supports Tshala and other missionaries … more
SAVANNA–On Thursday, July 19, National Association of Retired and Active Federal Employees (NARFE) Palisades Chapter 604 officers were sworn in during their noon luncheon meeting at … more
GALENA–US Bank’s Perry Street location in downtown Galena will close in October after 48 years at the location. According to a letter to customers from the bank, the Perry Street … more
DUBUQUE, Iowa–Carrie Temperly, Galena, has been promoted to vice president of human resources at The Hartig Drug Company. Temperly started with Hartig in 2015 as director of human resources. … more
Last week a painting crew of six from Winter Creations in Nora added a fresh coat of paint to the Chicago Great Western Railway Depot Museum in Elizabeth. The project was part of the ongoing … more
GALENA–There is no light at the end of the tunnel for those working to bring passenger rail service back to Jo Daviess County. A small group met on Aug. 15, for an update on the effort to … more
ELIZABETH–Dr. Stanley W. Trimble will be presenting on his book, Historical Agriculture and Soil Erosion in the Upper Mississippi Valley Hill Country at the Elizabeth Community Building on … more
Nancy Rife, who has been working at Elizabeth Nursing Home since opening in 1968, smiled next to Clinical Care Manager Karen Lisk, who returned to work at the nursing home on May 21 after she was … more
GALENA–After more than 20 years of work, the Galena River Trail is complete. The final touches on phase three of the project wrapped up in late July. With phase three in place, trail users can … more
DUBUQUE, Iowa–Christine Harris was in a jovial mood when she asked those aboard the Celebration Belle if anyone was wet. It was a question with an obvious answer for the president of the … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The city of East Dubuque will be flushing hydrants inside the city limits the week of Aug. 27-31. Citizens are asked to refrain from doing laundry from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. more
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