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Next week, the Galena Center for the Arts welcomes Raven Rose and Lojo Russo to the Songwriters Showcase stage. The show starts at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 18 and will be held at the center’s … more
Herbicide resistance is one of the most challenging issues for agronomic crop producers. Kathryn Seebruck, Crops Educator, U of I Extension, will address “Navigating the Inevitability of … more
Ten Years Ago January 8, 2014 Winter has arrived with a vengeance as subzero temperatures wreaked havoc. All attention turned to the thermometer and the extreme subzero temperatures over … more
Learn about winter’s beauty through outdoor exploration and a series of talks at University of Illinois Extension’s Winter Trails & Naturalist Tales from 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. on … more
Galena area youth can participate in diverse educational and recreational programming at the Galena Public Library this winter.   “It Starts With Me” After a pandemic … more
Tickets are now on sale for a popular chocolate-themed event that will take place in downtown Galena next month. The annual Chocolate Lovers Stroll, hosted by Galena Downtown Business … more
CUBA CITY, Wis.–Located in downtown Cuba City, Wis. 3rd Generation Antiques & Gifts offers a carefully curated collection of vintage, antique and primitive furniture, decor, collectibles, … more
The Galena Center for the Arts, 971 Gear Street, announces the opening of exhibits in both their main Regional Artists Gallery and Special Exhibit space. The main gallery will house a variety of … more
Any county candidates running for the March primary wishing to have a write-in vote count toward their nomination or election, must file a “Declaration of Intent to be a Write-In … more
People with driver’s licenses know the rules of the road, from knowing when to pass someone on a divided highway to what road signs mean, but there are some rules that are more specific and … more
It’s that time of year. A time of cold weather and respiratory illnesses. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that leading up to the holidays, seasonal influenza and Covid-19 … more
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