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Galena celebrated its first Sister Cities International Day on Oct. 14. President Dwight D. Eisenhower implemented Sister Cities International in 1956 “to create more community‐led … more
Galena is the home of the Gazette newspaper, a weekly publication that is unique among community publications. I found that out when owner and publisher, Carter Newton, and then-editor, Jay … more
GALENA–In a world where beauty is often celebrated, it’s essential to remember that true beauty shines from within, especially in moments of adversity. Amy May Photography, a full … more
“It’s the journey, not the destination.” We hear that expression all the time. Well, the Swiss who trekked to the Mining District were all about the destination: a safe place to … more
On October 18, 1924, Grantland Rice wrote what has been called the greatest lede in sports journalism. He immortalized four student-athletes, and Notre Dame football, with these words: Outlined … more
GALENA–Joe Berning, owner of Busy B Ranch, rekindles his childhood passion for horses by training and saving ‘kill-pen’ horses after his retirement. Since Berning was a … more
Most of us tend to think about historical migrations TO Galena: tribal nations; French-Canadians; Missourians from St. Genevieve and St. Louis; emigrants from England, Germany, Ireland, Scotland, … more
One of the first things that we acquire when we enter this world is a name and this story deals with just that - your name… This letter was written to the Gazette in February of 1872. It … more
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