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GALENA–The Apple Tree Project, a voluntary effort organized by the United Churches of Galena, will provide free school supplies to 87 students in need from Galena Primary and Galena Middle … more
Galena’s Lynn Giles shows off her photography at the 13th annual Old Market House Arts Festival. The event was held Saturday, Aug. 11 and Sunday, Aug. 12. more
It was a cultural experience unlike any other. Karen Kelly, a social studies teacher at Scales Mound High School, returned from the Republic of Korea on July 30 after participating in a … more
GALENA–A local innkeeper and television personality recently published a new cookbook with over 100 recipes focusing on the most important meal of the day. Susan Steffan, better known as the … more
GALENA–JAKES Day celebrated its 20th year on Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Marsden Ranch. JAKES Day is hosted by the Jo Daviess County Longbeards and gives kids under 17 an opportunity to … more
10 years ago: Aug. 13, 2008 Galena resident Ronn Toebaas is the recipient of a 2008 Faculty Excellence Award from the USDA Graduate School in Washington D.C. The award is one of 11 granted … more
EAST DUBUQUE––After 37 years of dentistry, Dr. Jim Neumeister of East Dubuque is retiring, leaving Neumeister Dental in the hands of Dr. Brad Weimerskirch, a recent graduate of University … more
It was Aug. 17, 1911 that the Galena Gazette reported on a cyclone that passed through Galena “the wind reaching a velocity of 90 miles an hour…” It was also reported that many … more
If you have been down on Main Street recently you might have noticed some exterior work going on at the DeSoto Hotel, and you also might have noticed that the Illinois Historical Society plaque is … more
From the beginning I documented what was happening by writing on my computer. It’s in book form, telling the story of my marriage and how life changed when Phil died. When I read from the … more
Through my business I have been lucky to meet and form friendships with some pretty amazing cooks and bakers. Yet I can’t count how many times I’ve heard the same people confess that they … more
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