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Sophomore Kennedy Roddick is the artist of the month for early May. Above, she displays a cat clock she created. Roddick said that “art is subjective,” so the same piece can mean … more
It’s no mystery that Galena LitFest’s Mystery March has wrapped up. The events this month included Sherlock Holmes & the Killer Case Files: Murder Mystery Dinner, Mystery & … more
STOCKTON-The month of March has several exciting events taking place at the Stockton Township Library. Beginning March 20th, the after school kids program will begin for the year. The program … more
When friends, local authors and retired educators Mindy Dalgarn and P.J. Harte-Naus began thinking about the divisiveness and world-wide calamities they were witnessing daily, they wondered what they … more
In April (National Poetry Month) one of three finalists will be appointed as Galena’s first poet laureate, making Galena the smallest city in the nation to have a poet laureate. The … more
DUBUQUE, Iowa–Hosted by the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra and Dubuque Museum of Art, the Color and Contour of Music Art Contest is an annual event celebrating the strong ties within Dubuque, … more
The concept behind Broad Ideas is empowerment and solidarity. Seven years ago, when Broad Ideas began this journey, they were able to offer one $500.00 scholarship. The last six years, … more
A collection of photos by Murphy Obershaw more
DUBUQUE, IOWA-The Bell Tower Theater has announced auditions for its 11th annual high school show, the Tony Award-winning Urinetown on Friday, March 1 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, March 2 from 11 … more
Get off the couch and down to Galena Cellars, 111 N. Main St., for a Netflix Trivia Night on Friday, Feb. 9, at 7:00 p.m. which is hosted by the Galena Public Library and DJ Jeff D. Register a … more
The Women of Courage and Commitment will present “Women of the Civil War” Sunday, Feb. 18 at 2:00 p.m. in the activity room at Prairie Ridge. This presentation invites the audience to … more
Per requests, a one-act play about lead mining in Galena is back and hitting the stage at the Galena Center for the Arts. “Will O’ The Wisp,” written by Ted Williams and Robyn … more
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