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SCALES MOUND–On Nov. 2, the American Red Cross collected 47 units of blood products at the Scales Mound drive. The goal for the drive was 45 units, and 48 people came to help. Holy Trinity … more
FREEPORT–Many older individuals in Stephenson and Jo Daviess counties could qualify for free rides to medical appointments, thanks to a grant awarded to the Senior Resource Center from the … more
Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for approximately 70 million Americans will increase 1.3 percent in 2021, the Social Security Administration announced in … more
GALENA–The Workshop has a new way to help the local community, especially local businesses, and at the same time, help The Workshop and their consumers. The Workshop has partnered with DBQ Tech … more
ELIZABETH–More than 34 million people in the United States have diabetes; that’s one in 10. An additional one in three adults have prediabetes, and 84 percent do not realize they have … more
EAST DUBUQUE–Mike Meyer, owner of The Other Side and a member of the East Dubuque Lions Club, organized a community meal during Easter to assist those that were unable to have a holiday … more
GALENA–Outdoor dining in Galena’s downtown will continue until Nov. 9. That was the decision of the Galena City Council during its meeting Monday, Oct. 26. The council unanimously … more
GALENA–Board president Ben Petitgout informed the Galena EMS board, during a meeting Thursday, Oct. 22, that the district has applied for a waiver with the Illinois Department of Public Health … more
GALENA–Jo Daviess County Corrections Officer Stephanie Tomas didn’t initially intend to have a career in law enforcement, but she knew she wanted to make a difference and help … more
ELIZABETH–Congresswoman Cheri Bustos stopped at Jo-Carroll Energy on Thursday, Oct. 29 to learn more about Sand Prairie’s Fiber internet and how the rural electric cooperative will use … more
GALENA–River Bend Gallery came out on top of the Northwest Illinois Economic Development (NWILED) seed money competition on Oct. 22, winning $1,000, which River Bend’s Deb Mikol and her … more
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