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GALENA–Daniel and Sandy Hurt have always loved old things, so a year ago when they discovered the home that U.S. and Julia Grant and their family lived in before the Civil War sat vacant, the … more
STOCKTON–There is perhaps no individual who has been more of a participant in the storied Galena/Stockton football rivalry than Mike Hyland. The first time that the Galena assistant coach … more
KIELER, Wis.–There have been many changes in Kieler since 1977, when Faber Runde, a local business owner, was asked to run for town chairman. There were homes being built, but Runde could not … more
SHULLSBURG, Wis.–The orange glow from the hillsides of the Driftless Region may be alarming to some and disheartening to others, but those who know the burn is prescribed are aware of how … more
I t’s finally spring and with the warmer weather and spring rains come all the early spring produce like asparagus and rhubarb. So many of us in the Midwest can tell stories of driving home … more
10 years ago May 18, 2011 Change is coming to Midwest Medical Center. It’s taking place, according to Mary Sheahen, chief executive officer, because of all the good things that have taken … more
Monday, May 24–Beef stew, mixed fruit and cornbread. Tuesday, May 25–Chicken casserole, parslied potatoes, creamed corn and wheat bread. Wednesday, May 26–Meatloaf, mashed … more
ELIZABETH–Several students were honored recently as Outstanding Students of the Fourth Quarter at the Jo Daviess-Carroll Career Technical Education Academy. Those honored include: … more
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