Letters to the Editor
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The above terminology was used in a paid campaign ad in last week’s Gazette. What does it even mean; it seems to imply that only lifetime Galena residents have “integrity?” As … more
This intersection is rated Class A Critical by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT). This is recognized as a dangerous, critical intersection by the State of Illinois. Residents of … more
Three Galena women of great integrity, talent, energy, and public spirit are running for seats on the city council. They are Cathy Buck West (At Large), Cindy Tegtmeyer (Ward 1), and Cynthia Johnson … more
Marc has been a fantastic steward of Galena’s history while balancing it with new development. Please vote for Marc McCoy for City Council on April 4th. more
Galena Elks 882 held its annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, a 5k run called the Shamrock Shimmy and a Mini Shimmy aka the Leprechaun Chase. It was the first time since 2019 both events were held, … more
I am writing in support of Marc McCoy, Jerry Westemeier and Bobby Hahn. I have known these candidates for over 45 years both personally and professionally. I feel they will continue to improve the … more
A recent ad for the three incumbents on the City Council includes the statement “Don’t Be Fooled By One Issue Candidates”. … Huh?? Here is a list of issues that Cathy … more
Over the past few weeks, several letters have been sent to the editor with comments about how our library is being run. Most of the comments are negative in content and for the most part show a lack … more
It’s been suggested that not being “Home Grown” somehow makes a large number of Galena residents inferior, despite the immense contribution those not born here have made to make … more
I enjoyed reading about the success of Galena’s glass, recycling program in this week’s Gazette, and I do appreciate the role Tammy’s Piggly Wiggly plays in this process. I would … more
I am the current president of the Galena Public Library District Board of Trustees. My letter may not represent the views of the board as a whole and should be considered as my own personal … more
Pennie Groezinger, a Stockton resident running for a second 6-year term on the Highland Community College Board, will continue to focus on advancing higher education for all students in the region. … more
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