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  ELIZABETH–What do you get when 62 students from 26 Illinois electric and telephone cooperatives join 1,800 of their peers across the United States? You get the National Rural Electric … more
Honor rolls River Ridge High School HANOVER–River Ridge High School fourth quarter: •4.0 and over: Breya Christopher, Benjamin Crist, Kameron Kiley, Isabella Motta, Nicholas Parr, … more
Kiwanis Club of Galena President Jay Dickerson hands Conner Einsweiler his scholarship check. Einsweiler earned the Kiwanis Club of Galena’s two-year/technical scholarship.  more
  GALENA–The first day of school for students in grades one through 12 in the Galena School District will be Friday, Aug. 16, with early dismissal at 2 p.m., 1:50 at the primary school. … more
On June 9, the Galena Lions Club honored nine area high school graduates with $1,000 scholarships for their education toward occupations that help people with hearing and visual disabilities. The … more
Graduations Valdosta State University VALDOSTA, Ga.–Rachel Lenstra, Galena, has earned a master of library and information science from Valdosta State University.   Upper Iowa … more
Honors Hawkeye Community College WATERLOO, Iowa–Sara Benson has been named to the dean’s list at Hawkeye Community College, Waterloo, Iowa, for the spring semester. The … more
  GALENA–The Galena Cultural Arts Alliance has presented $500 scholarships to three Jo Daviess County students. Padgham Larson, a graduate of Galena High School, has been attending … more
River Ridge student Wyatt Potter, center, was honored at the 91st annual Illinois State FFA Convention, June 11-13 in Springfield. He was named an Agricultural Mechanics Repair & Maintenance … more
  FREEPORT–The Highland Foundation is holding a groundbreaking ceremony for the new agriculture greenhouse on Wednesday, June 19 at 11:30 a.m. near building E. The greenhouse will sit … more
  STOCKTON–Since 1947, the VFW Voice of Democracy program has been the organization’s premier scholarship program. Each year, nearly 40,000 high school students compete for more … more
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