Letters to the Editor
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I read with some concern the article in this week’s Gazette regarding the county board and the Workshop contract for providing transit services to county residents. Due to serious vision … more
Leaders, political or otherwise, are pragmatic, practical realists based on practical experience rather than on theoretical which is based on theory, an abstract ideal with unproven … more
The Biden Administration is doing an outstanding job. The pandemic relief bill was good, the infrastructure bill needs to be tweaked and it will pass and a comprehensive climate change bill is in the … more
“Revolution” is the name given to describe the domestic version of war. We tend to think of war as between people of different countries, more accurately as between governments of … more
Thanks to Amber White for courageously sharing her life struggles with us. She has opened the door, relieving despair and supporting hope for others with addictions (or just plain fears). Blessings. more
Time to protect our national symbol by Terrence N. Ingram, Apple River, president, Eagle Nature Foundation The Fish & Wildlife Service just put out a news release saying that the bald eagle … more
I have always found employees at Galena’s Hartig Drug to be helpful, friendly, accommodating and professional. When IndyHealth, a Medicare Part D prescription provider, suddenly and … more
Our region has begun to play a critical role in Illinois. Despite being a rural and conservative district, a solar array can be found on every backroad and around every corner. Because of this, … more
If any of you have experienced a cross-country move, you know well the details involved on both ends. One, which is definitely not the least of them, is transferring funds and closing and … more
I recently had a knee replaced at Midwest Medical. I saw an advertisement about thank a nurse and thought about the outstanding service that I have recently seen within this noble career. Then I … more
I am a working man that is concerned about our tax dollars that are spent. For many years the Galena Public Library used public tax dollars for flowers, fruit baskets, t-shirts, dinner parties … more
I do love trees, especially all the wonderful variety we have in our county from the dwindling number of stately 200-year-old white oak to the lowly-regarded red cedar, which adds so much beauty to … more
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