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Sisters Evangeline Hofland, left and Adelaide Hofland, right, daughters of Coel and Elias Hofland, recently completed the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program at the Galena Public Library with the … more
From beginning as a painting company to restoring buildings on Galena’s Main Street and University of Iowa’s Old Capitol Building, Renaissance Restoration has done a lot in its 52 years … more
A trial date has been reset for an East Dubuque man accused of murder in a fatal shooting outside a Jones County grocery store. Nathan A. Russell, 39, is charged in Iowa District Court of Jones … more
From several inches of snow to below-zero temperatures, Jo Daviess County can’t catch a break. Following the snowfall from a couple weeks ago, last week, temperatures were in the negatives … more
The Galena High School (GHS) renovation project referendum was a big topic of conversation at the Galena Unit School District #120 Board of Education meeting on Jan. 16. Superintendent Tim … more
More changes are underway for DC Rise Real Estate. The realty group, which changed to DC Rise from being a Keller Williams Realty Signature group back in September, is now expanding. In addition … more
Ten Years Ago January 15, 2014 The Galena Public Library hosted a “Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Party,” complete with Doctor Who themed refreshments and back-to-back screenings … more
As foot traffic in Galena winds down for the winter, Blaum Bros. is starting a trivia night to draw people in. Once a month, on the third Friday, trivia teams can come to Blaum Bros. for a night … more
The City of Galena will offer electronics recycling from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26, in the parking lot of Galena City Hall, 101 Green St., Galena. During this time, the city will … more
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Voters may request a vote-by-mail ballot by calling the Jo Daviess County Clerk at 815-777-0161, sending an email to elections@jodaviesscountyil.gov or by completing an online application at … more
Rail crossings were the focus at the East Dubuque City Council at their meeting Jan. 2 meeting.Chandra Ravada from the East Central Intergovernmental Association and Bryan Janssen and Jacob … more
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