Letters to the Editor
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I would like to make a few comments regarding Judy Bauer’s letter in last week’s “Gazette.” Although many of us oppose the Parker resort, we are in favor of restoring the … more
After reading Mr. Howland’s letter about the Parker, I felt it was time to write. I first visited Galena 45 years ago staying at my husband’s family’s new home in The Galena … more
This is a big “Shout Out To Dave and Pat Casper!” So many people don’t realize the rare archaeological and historic treasure located just south, minutes away from Galena. … more
Jeep Jingle ‘22 is in the books! See everyone at Jeep Jingle 2023... Meantime... I am overwhelmed by how amazing our first year turned out. Our 50 Jeepers came from near and far–in … more
I have read letters to the editor in the Galena Gazette and learned through the “Park the Parker” campaign that many Galena citizens are opposed to the Parker. However, I don’t … more
Things I learned at the Nov. 14th Galena City Council meeting: We want “quality tourists” not “quantity tourists.” ( Listen up all you trashy riff raff! ). Adding more … more
This past week I attended two Galena city meetings–zoning board (Nov. 9) and city council (Nov. 14 )–where an amendment to add 18.24 acres to the ever increasing Parker resort complex and … more
Kindergarten students at Galena Primary School have been hard at work learning about our community and the amazing people that help make our town an amazing place to live. We would like to thank … more
Statistics confirm an uptick in deer-related crashes in November. The Illinois Insurance Association and its member companies encourage motorists to be alert in the weeks ahead. Deer are most … more
Washington, D.C.–1864. Two election rumors circulating: 1: Lincoln if he lost his re-election bid would do what he could to ruin the government. 2: His opponent (McClellan) if elected … more
I was admonished at the Nov. 9 zoning meeting, because I was starting to upset the chairperson because I was about to criticize the work of city staff in preparation for the hearing. Let me tell you, … more
These are the things that I learned at the November ninth Zoning Board meeting: When going to a meeting that lasts five hours, take a seat cushion and a pillow. Tourism is more important than … more
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