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Sweet smell of success: Stockton farmer Eric Polhill finds a niche in the growing garlic market

STOCKTON–Eric and Colleen Polhill purchased their 15-acre farm on the east end of Stockton in 2007, continuing a passion Eric has had since his youth. Both of his grandfathers farmed, and Eric …
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Jo Daviess County Health Department provides COVID-19 update

GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Health Department reports that as of Thursday, June 17, there has been one confirmed case of COVID-19 since this past Monday. There are two people in …
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Community blood drive scheduled for Monday, June 21 at Midwest Medical Center GALENA–The Midwest Medical Center Community Blood Drive will take place Monday, June 21 from 2:30-5:30 p.m. in the donor bus at 1 Medical Center Dr., Galena . To donate, contact ImpactLife …
Extension, 4-H scholarship winners ELIZABETH–The Jo Daviess County Extension and 4-H Foundation announce the winners of the Norris college scholarship program for the 2021-22 school year. Ralph and Katherine Norris …
United Way plans June 24 Day of Action FREEPORT–On June 24, United Way of Northwest Illinois will host its annual Day of Action. The day is designed to allow community members and businesses to join with the work of the United Way …

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