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This is a tale of two men who make different decisions when faced with similar situations. Both have been elected to serve on the same board, serve as good stewards of taxpayer funds as well as … more
Forty years ago when organizers hosted the first Galena Country Fair, it's safe to say they never would have guessed that four decades later, the fair, held each Columbus Day weekend at Grant … more
How Jo Daviess County communities provide emergency medical services is under review thanks to a special committee created by the Jo Daviess County Board. An article appearing in last week’s … more
A white blanket of snow upon the landscape is a beautiful site in the Driftless Region. It’s also the perfect backdrop to accurately count the number of deer who call Galena home. That … more
The Gazette generally does not endorse candidates. It has been our belief that our role is to share information about candidates so you can make an informed decision. This time, we are making an … more
The lead story in last week’s Galena Gazette, “We’re doing it,” is a news story which we’ve wanted to publish for a very long time: The good new is this: The ARC has … more
During the next week, two area organizations–Community Foundation of Jo Daviess County and Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Society–are sponsoring meetings that have the potential to … more
For five years, Galena’s deer population has had a growing presence in the yards of community members as well as on the pages of this newspaper. The Galena City Council is in the middle of the … more

If there is a project which has caught the imagination of area citizens it must be the Galena ARC’s pursuit to purchase the Tri-State Christian School. This purchase will give the ARC the opportunity to provide more services to more people, thus enhancing the quality of life for those living here.


If a stranger came to Galena from the north–let’s say along Council Hill Road–this stranger could easily come to one conclusion: a favorite pastime of the people who live here is road drinking.

On Sept. 25, 1789, the states received the Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the constitution, for ratification. more
For the hospital, the loan means the hospital saves $1 million annually in interest payments. more
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