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GALENA–Courtney Busch, program coordinator at The Workshop, has never considered herself fearful of heights. Now she’ll test that long-held assumption when she participates in the United … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–The Southwestern School District’s daycare is open and already close to full based on current student-to-staff ratios. The new service, which opened Aug. 23, helps young … more
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Sinsinawa Mound Center is sponsoring an online, eight-week program, JustFaith Series–Sacred Land: Food and Farming. Participants will explore our connection with and our … more
EAST DUBUQUE–When the Nick and JoAnn Tranel family gathered at the Tranel Campground, just down Tranel Road from the family farm in early July, there were 100 years of reasons to … more
STOCKTON–Plans are underway by the Stockton FFA for a new and expanded greenhouse that would provide numerous learning opportunities for students. Hannah Brudi, Stockton ag teacher, said the … more
10 years ago Sept. 7, 2011 Aug. 25–Alaina Terese Heller, born to Matt and Anna Heller, Hazel Green, Wis. Maternal grandparents are Mike and Laurie Sproule, Galena. Paternal grandparents … more
SCALES MOUND–The Stone House in Scales Mound has received a new lease on life as a result of the recent expansion and renovation projects. The improvements include the addition of a small … more
WARREN–On a hot, sunny August afternoon, students in Darcy Turner’s Spanish classes at Warren High School gathered for a twist on a Spanish tradition. In a grassy area at the Warren … more
STOCKTON–The Stockton Heritage Museum will host “On the Air: My Life and 41-plus Years in Small Market Radio” presented by Christopher L. Knauer, aka Chris O’Brian on Sunday, … more
Paul Carter Newton III, son of Paul and Kendall Newton, Jefferson City Mo., will celebrate his first birthday on Sept. 9. Maternal grandparents are Allen and Gretchen Walz, Jefferson City, Mo. … more
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Come to Sinsinawa Mound Center for Natura Divina-Wild Church: Fall Equinox from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21. Check our website for current COVID protocols. Fire and … more
EAST DUBUQUE–Chuck Splinter, a local East Dubuque historian, received a call from city hall recently about a couple traveling to the area from Colorado. Splinter learned that one of the … more
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