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GALENA–The Illinois Department of Transportation is scheduled to start, construction work on U.S. 20 from Powder House Hill Road east of Galena to Mount Hope Road, Tuesday, Aug. 14. Civil … more
GALENA–There’s a day and time that’s forever etched in Emily Munguia’s mind. She was at home with her 15-month-old daughter, Kendra, at 10:10 a.m. on May 12. Kendra fell down … more
GALENA–The Galena ARC’s capital campaign is entering the home stretch after between $175,000 and $180,000 in pledges and donations rolled in before Aug. 1, the deadline the ARC needed to … more
GALENA–From the south side of Chicago to the north side of Galena, Donna Grobarek brings a classic city menu to Jo Daviess County. Grobarek owns and operates Pudgy’s, a recent addition … more
DIXON–When his term ends later this year, Sen. Tim Bivins is embarking on a business career. His digital audio studio, One Click Voice Over, will make his voice available to produce … more
ELIZABETH–Kris Hall started as the new Eagle Ridge Vocational Delivery System and Career Technology Education Academy director on Monday, July 2. “Although the title is director, it … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County HOPE Foundation will be hosting its 10th annual golf outing and dinner at the Eagle Ridge South Course on Thursday, Oct. 4. HOPE is a local charitable … more
Mitch McElmeel dishes out some wings at the Simply Parker’s tent. On Saturday, August 4, hundreds of wing-lovers gathered in downtown East Dubuque for Wing Fest XIV, complete with live music, … more
EAST DUBUQUE–More documents have been released from the investigation into former East Dubuque assistant police chief Gerald Fluhr that show Fluhr was demoted upon his reinstatement and that he … more
ELIZABETH–Receiving the coveted silver crown was not the end of Emma Smallwood’s story, but rather the beginning of her opportunity to serve Jo Daviess County. Smallwood, a 13-year-old … more

GALENA–The Galena Public Library Board of Trustees hired Nita Burke as the library director at its Tuesday, July 17 meeting.

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In an effort to raise awareness throughout the Midwest about the important relationship between native bees and the region’s ecosystem, the Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation (JDCF) is inviting the community to participate in a workshop on Saturday, Aug. 4, benefitting the protection of the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee, a potential keystone species that was declared federally endangered on Jan. 11, 2017.

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