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GALENA–First Community Bank of Galena is the Galena School District’s new banking services provider after the school board voted unanimously during its Tuesday, Nov. 20 meeting to accept … more
HANOVER–The River Ridge School District approved purchase of a new vehicle during its meeting on Monday, Nov. 19. The board approved trading in the district’s 2009 GMC Yukon for a 2019 … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School District received its annual audit report during its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Jenny Blocker of the Benning Group told the board the district scored a … more
FREEPORT–On April 2, Highland Community College District residents will elect two people to serve six-year terms on the seven-member HCC Board of Trustees. Potential candidates must follow … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School District took the first step in evaluating the need for new school buildings. More than 50 people attended a meeting between district officials, … more
FREEPORT–Highland Community College’s early childhood education program has been approved as an entitled institution for the Gateways to Opportunity Technical Assistance Credential Level … more
GALENA–The Galena School Board is considering creating a coat of arms to highlight the importance of academics and fine arts in the school district. The topic was presented at the Tuesday, … more
GALENA–Galena High School Principal Beth Murphy’s voice carried over the intercom three times Thursday morning, Nov. 8. Each time, she announced an intruder in the building or on school … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School District has two aging structures that are reaching the end of their collective lifespans. Superintendent T.J. Potts said on Wednesday, Oct. 31, that the … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School Board ushered in the alternative energy era for the district when it signed a contract with Eagle Point Solar during its meeting on Wednesday, Oct. … more
SPRINGFIELD–Illinois Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White is encouraging students in grades four to 12 to enter the 2019 Letters About Literature Contest, a national reading and … more
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