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GALENA–On a night filled with revelry and celebration, the lights were turned off early in downtown Galena. On New Year’s Eve, at about 5:30 p.m., a fire at a transformer cut power to … more
GALENA–The popular on-demand film streaming service Kanopy will be offered by the Galena Public Library beginning Jan. 3. Library card holders can access Kanopy and sign up to start streaming … more
Four new producers recently joined Jo Daviess Local Foods (JDLF), the online farmers’ market. These new producers include: •Galena Roasters: freshly roasted specialty … more
John Fischer, Stockton Heritage Museum treasurer, presents Kendra Mosely of Tyler’s Justice Center with a check for $150. Visitors to the museum during its Festival of Trees voted on their … more
EAST DUBUQUE–A mistake made in 2005 has compounded itself and 13 years later is causing the East Dubuque City Council to amend its fiscal year 2017 audit. The issue involves funds coming to … more
GALENA–About 20 years ago, Norm Davis bought a rusty, 1938 Buddy L ride-on dump truck with a wire steering wheel at a flea market in Maquoketa. Davis brought it home to Galena and lovingly … more
SPRINGFIELD–Effective Jan. 1, all motorists traveling on Illinois roadways will be required to secure children under 2 years of age in a rear facing child restraint system. The goal is to … more
GALENA–There is a change in this year’s Galena Christmas tree collection program. Tree collection will not take place at Cemetery Park as it has in past years. This year, trees can be … more
Tammy’s Piggly Wiggly employees Dennis Schmid, left, and Mike Schmieder loaded up boxes of food items to take to the Elks Lodge for the annual Christmas food baskets. Tammy’s donated … more
STERLING–Illinois Bank & Trust is selling its Sterling and Rock Falls branches to Sauk Valley Bank. Sauk Valley Bank is a community bank started in Sterling in 1999. Illinois Bank & … more
GALENA–Lisa McCarthy, Northwest Illinois Economic Development executive director, hears the same concern from employers over and over and over, “I can’t find qualified … more
SCHAPVILLE–Water contamination has put a hold on a popular church program at Shepherd of the Hills Church in Schapville. The Shepherd’s Table is a weekly free lunch that has been put … more
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