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The Galena Belles Questers Chapter 1304 donated $1,600 to the Galena Foundation on Thursday, Oct. 4, to help with the Grant Park improvement project. From left, Nancy Hyman, of both the Questers and … more
GALENA–Dates for the monthly television, monitor, and electronics recycling at Galena City Hall will be altered for October and November due to holidays. The times are Friday, Oct. 19 and … more
Mike Harris inspects his work after he installed the restored weather vane atop the cupola on the Old Blacksmith Shop in Galena on Thursday, Oct. 4. Harris also strengthened the cupola to prepare for … more
From left, Pat Smith, Teresa Rowe and Michelle Murdock worked the information tent during Country Fair. Proceeds from the volunteer-run fair are returned to the community through donations to … more
GALENA–The Workshop honored Mary Ann Glejf, its consumer of the year, during its 57th annual meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27. Pam Schiessl of The Workshop presented Glejf with the award. Schiessl … more
GALENA–The Galena Gazette was recognized as one of the top community weekly newspapers in the United States as part of the National Newspaper Association (NNA) 2018 Better Newspaper Contest and … more
GALENA–Galena EMS is looking for a new coordinator. The part-time position requires about 30 hours per week with salary beginning at $25,000 per year based on experience. Galena EMS … more
GALENA– It is common to hear war terms laced in football rhetoric, and while no one truly equates the game of football to the violence and horror of war, the two promote many of the same … more
ELIZABETH–As an energy cooperative, Jo Carroll Energy is dedicated to serving its members, but for four of its linemen, the willingness to serve is not defined by geographic … more
GALENA–The targets have been unlocked cars, for the most part, said Galena Police Chief Lori Huntington on Friday, Sept. 28, about the recent string of break-ins. Huntington said the … more
A growing portion of the population in Bureau, Carroll, Jo Daviess, LaSalle, Lee, Ogle, Putnam and Whiteside Counties is reaching retirement age, and data show that there is not a population of … more
David Simpson, right, is joined by Nick Hyde at a fundraiser for Simpson’s campaign at the DeSoto House Hotel on Thursday, Sept. 20. Simpson is the Democratic candidate for Illinois’ 45th … more
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