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During the COVID-19 pandemic, local residents are displaying signs of hope at their homes, offering encouragement to those passing by. Above: Mike Scholz painted a sign that now stands facing U.S. 20 … more
HANOVER–The Jo Daviess County Board made history on Friday, March 27 when only two board members–chairman Scott Toot and member Bob O’Connor–were physically present at the … more
GALENA–Joanne Wills was surprised on Saturday, March 21 when her family showed up outside her window at Galena Stauss Assisted Living. The day was supposed to be the family’s annual trip; … more
GALENA–Midwest Medical Center in Galena is one of the recipients of a $25,000 donation from Compeer Financial, working in partnership with the Fund for Rural America. Compeer, based in Sun … more
GALENA–The thriving tourism industry has come to a stand still as stores, restaurants and lodging businesses that are typically busy are closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic. … more
GALENA–On March 23, as Jeannie Coates made her way through deserted airports at Dallas-Fort Worth and then in Madison, Wis., she was grateful to the airline employees who were there, making … more
NORA–Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is far from the rural landscape of Jo Daviess County, Warren High School graduate Mack Hill has called the Brazilian metropolis home for nearly four years and sees … more
SPRINGFIELD–As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has extended the federal REAL ID deadline an additional year to Oct. 1, 2021. Current … more
HANOVER–As Jeanne Ohms, lay pastor at Hanover United Presbyterian Church, thought about how best she could respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and all the uncertainty facing church members, she … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–As Gov. Tony Evers declared a safer-at-home policy on March 24, Wisconsin communities began enacting emergency procedures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At a … more
ELIZABETH–Jo-Carroll Energy has implemented measures to protect employees and members regarding the spreading of COVID-19. “As your local cooperative and provider of utility services, … more
GALENA–Hartig Drug is monitoring federal, state and local health official notifications and instructions to help provide medications timely and execute on any COVID-19 response and actions … more
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