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The Fourth of July will be fun-filled in Galena. Events get underway Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. with the Buckhill Run and the chalk walk. Both start from Recreation Park. more

GALENA–On Tuesday, June 19, after weeks of behind-the-scenes work, The Galena Gazette made major improvements to its website, galenagazette.com. The new website will enable the Galena media company to adapt its website to meet the needs of the moment and serve its customers in new ways. more

GALENA–The Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Society will host a comprehensive workshop involving historians and scholars from across the country in an exercise to hone the stories that will be told in its new history museum, scheduled to be built behind the Stillman mansion on Bouthillier Street. more

GALENA–William “Bill” Miller, licensed Illinois Realtor, has recently joined the United Country–Heartland Realty, Inc. sales team in Galena. more

GALENA–Bob Bastian had a favorite quote: “Attitude is everything.” He did his best–right up to his final breath–to live his life with that in mind. more

ELIZABETH–Elizabeth Papp recently began her new job as site interpreter at Apple River Fort. She is to oversee site management, development and programming at this state historic site. She is joined by seasonal employee Kathleen Shanley. more

NORMAL–The Galena Gazette was recently honored as the best weekly newspaper in its circulation class in Illinois during the Illinois Press Association (IPA) Convention June 7-8 in Normal. more

GALENA–A frozen dairy staple of downtown Galena is now under new management, and plans to dish out more than just ice cream. more
GALENA–Jackie Debes, broker with United Country Heartland Realty has been recognized for her contributions in 2017. more

GALENA–In search of the best location to eventually park the Galena School District bus fleet, the Galena School Board took a field trip to a couple different locations on the school campus during …


GALENA–In January, Galena EMS received devastating news that many of its personnel lost their licenses due to an organizational breakdown in record keeping.

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