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GALENA–One day the winter winds are blowing and then suddenly, it is June! The Galena Center for the Arts gallery manager has channeled all the summer energy and fun into the next flip-book … more
F resh herbs are one of the simplest ways to boost your culinary creds with your family and friends, not to mention give flavor to your meals. There are so many reasons to grow your own … more
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Sinsinawa Mound Center welcomes Andrew Schaeffer of Madison, Wis., to his first summer organ concert of the series at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 23. The concert is available at … more
STOCKTON–Stockton art students were amazed on Friday, May 7, as art teacher Dorothy Ramey and Joe Hernandez, professor emeritus at Waubonsee Community College, pulled the students’ … more
WARREN–Warren eighth grade pre-engineering students had the opportunity to get pretty creative this past school year as they learned new concepts and put to use all sorts of math skills in Sara … more
Mary Chapman’s smiling face and desire to help others has been a staple in the Galena community for decades. She was one of the founders of the Galena Elks Club’s Slick ‘n Easy … more
GALENA–The Galena High School (GHS) fall play is usually performed in front of a live audience in Turner Hall on a weekend in November. However, with COVID restrictions in place, live play … more
HANOVER–Over three decades have passed since Jack and Iris Witkowsky made the decision to donate 400 acres of their 510-acre farm to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) as a … more
PALATINE–Two people, three hours away from Galena have a special connection to the community and are looking forward to having a chance to celebrate their union in Galena in … more
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