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Encouraging students to accept and embrace their “weirdness,” Deltano animates memories from his middle and high school years. Deltano combines audience interaction, and cultural … more
GALENA–After months of negotiations, the 2018-19 contract between the Galena School Board and Galena Federation of Teachers was ratified Sept. 4. The contract, which runs through July 31, 2019, … more
GALENA–Galena Primary School students and staff missed three full days of school last week after mold was discovered in a large portion of the school building Tuesday morning, Sept. 4. By … more
GALENA–The election may be months away, but three members of the Galena School Board have already announced they will not seek reelection in the Tuesday, April 2 Consolidated Election. The … more
SCALES MOUND–Without using bonds or a referendum, the Scales Mound School District spent $1.1 million to replace its HVAC system. The district squeezed every bit of life out of the old … more
GALENA–The Galena School District is changing one of its bus routes as Gear Street construction continues. Dennis Wills, transportation director for Galena School District, announced last … more
GALENA–Members of the Galena School Board experienced a bit of sticker shock at their Tuesday, Aug. 21 meeting when district architect Marty Johnson presented the board with preliminary numbers … more
Emily Mills I am originally from Savanna and just recently bought a home in the countryside of Elizabeth. I grew up in Savanna with my parents, Scott and Jamie Mills, and my older brother, Elliott … more
From left, fourth graders Alexis Hilby, Ayden Furlong, Nevaeh Hauber, Cole Kruse, Luna Pham and Ava Engle sit on the edge of their seats as Mr. Todd Birkholz leaps off the ground to pull up his … more
ELIZABETH–On Thursday, Sept. 6, the Jo Daviess Carroll Career Technical Education Academy (CTE Academy) will be hosting an open house from 3-6 p.m. There will be appetizers prepared by … more
GALENA–School’s back in session. That means more children will be walking and riding to and from school. It also means an increase in young pedestrians potentially darting across roadways … more
EAST DUBUQUE–Wes Heiar has found his calling. Heiar is the new elementary principal for the East Dubuque School District, a position he sought. “It doesn’t feel like a … more
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