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A couple weekends ago, I attended my first Scouts Weekend in Galena. I spent my morning traveling around with Galena’s Cub Scout Pack 93 as they participated in the bucket brigade and … more
This afternoon I took a long hike at Governor Dodge State Park in Wisconsin. I drove there to view wildflowers and rock formations along Lost Canyon Trail. A friend had recommended I take the walk … more
Over the course of the last several months, Charles Fach has become a frequent contributor of photos to The Gazette. His photos sharing fall colors were on point. This photo of Galena Green at … more
Murphy Obershaw, Gazette reporter, wrote an interesting article featured in the April 19 paper about adulting. Adulting is a neologism–a newly-coined word. It first popped up … more
We walked up the long hill on our country road. Thomas Burns had a guitar tossed over his shoulder. The polished metal on its shining surface reflected the sunlight filtering between the … more
Why are native plants gaining importance with gardeners? First, native plants are designed by nature through thousands of years to thrive in your region. Second, native plants help address the … more
L ast Wednesday, just before noon, I’d turned left onto Norris Lane and then into the entrance to Midwest Medical Center, only to see the ground littered with what looked like hail. There … more
I did not make it to the summit easily. On that day, however, I was Queen of Bransford Road! Rewarded by the hot, southern wind on my face, I flew down the descent on the other side. I was 10 years … more
There is only so much one can do to save the planet! The power to make bigger changes lies with our lawmakers. Talking to lawmakers is the simplest individual action we can take. On Environmental … more
M y heart fluttered a bit earlier this year upon learning that Chloris Lowe, Jr., would be this year’s recipient of the 2023 Nancy Hamill Winter Conservation Leadership Award given annually by … more
Adulting is hard. As a person in their middle twenties, I’m not a novice when it comes to adulting, but I’m not an expert either. If I were to rank my adulting by martial arts … more
When I opened the gate, Emily Huppert and I quickly bonded over the smell of sun-dried sheets. She had stretched a line from tree to tree where the clothes were drying in the warm wind. The day … more
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