Letters to the Editor
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I just finished reading The 1619 Project, a New York Times publication created and edited by Nikole Hannah-Jones. I read it in part to see what all the controversy is about. I loved learning more … more
Thanks and kudos to citizen Jeff Rice and council member Pam Bernstein for reminding us of the importance of wearing masks. It is discouraging for those who want to stay healthy to go to our … more
Editor’s note: This letter was signed by 16 additional neighbors. We, the neighbors of the proposed commercial development featured in last week’s Gazette, feel it is essential to draw … more
During President Trump’s last year in office, 2020, he established what is referred to as the 1776 Commission and appointed Larry P. Arnn, Hillsdale College president, to serve as chairman. … more
The best New Year’s resolution you can make for your family and yourself is to get back on track with your healthcare. Obviously, with the recent spike in COVID-19 cases, it’s critical … more
Good guy award by Art Ricker, Galena Within our county are some special youngsters who each Christmas season honor veterans by placing a goodie bag on their porch. Yes, they are Santa’s … more
On Dec. 14, the Jo Daviess County Board voted to approve the new county board redistricting maps as presented. The maps are horrible. There is textbook gerrymandering in them, and the Scales Mound … more
I’d like to nominate Nico Kovalec for the good guy reward for picking up the garbage and recycling garbage that blew around on Park Avenue at 1:45 in the morning on Monday, Dec. 6 with those … more
I would like to thank Jay Graves of Elizabeth, our post office supervisor, who took the time out of his busy mornings to take one of Elizabeth’s homeless four-legged cats, who is known by many … more
Jesus dealt quite harshly with those Jewish priests and pharisees who failed to put into practice what they piously preached to others. No doubt he will judge just as severely many of our present day … more
Last Thursday as I drove to morning Mass, a small mountain of leaf bags decorated the corner of my lot. The yard looked good, but now the refuse needed hauling. This month’s budget did not … more
The Jo Daviess County for Home and Community Education organization, would like to express our thanks to the teachers in our communities for their continued efforts in educating our children and … more
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