Letters to the Editor
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The League of Women Voters of Jo Daviess County joins its partners nationwide in lamenting and vowing to fight, as much as possible, the tragic June 24 United States Supreme Court decision that … more
This Fourth of July holiday weekend many of the surrounding communities festivities will include a parade. I can still recall the first parade I was in some 15 years ago as part of the Galena … more
On July 5, I attended the Jo Daviess County Executive Committee meeting as an interested citizen, via Zoom. Dan Schulte from Quandel Consulting was invited to present on the recently completed … more
At 5:35 a.m., May 31, walking my two doggies, I had a bad fall at the intersection of High and Green streets. Unable to get up, I flagged down the first vehicle I saw. Lucky for me, within … more
Suicide and violence prevention can’t avoid the storm of reports coming from all directions, school shootings, super-market assassinations and military-weapon-related church violence. … more
My first reaction to reading Mr. Allin’s letter in the May 25 Gazette was disbelief, but then it turned to dismay as I realized that he actually fears these “others” from Chicago … more
I read the story, “County turns down rail letter of support” (May 18) with an increasing sense of unreality. The question that should be asked at this moment is whether Galena should … more
I have read many, many articles about the “Park the Parker Project.” I now seem to be lumped into a category where I am a “loser” and live where “no one wants this … more
Today, as I sat resting in my living room, just watching TV, a knock came to my door. An attractive young woman was there passing out information on a new Republican candidate for our District 89 … more
Allowing a vineyard to be established inside the town of Galena is a very bad idea. First of all the vines can be very easily killed by drift from the common broadleaf weed killer 2,4-D available … more
Passenger rail service Chicago to Dubuque has run out of steam; it no longer has legs let alone wheels to roll on. The city of Dubuque committed $1 million to support Field of Dreams project; … more
What is a library? It’s a place where “everyone” can go, welcomed there, to read, to learn, to grow.. . .or just to contemplate in a quiet place away from the world’s … more
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