Letters to the Editor
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This letter is in response to the TH article “Galena green-lights drafting of pot policy.” Council Member Kieffer has asked what residents feel about this. Here is what we feel about … more
  I would like to nominate Roger Miller, the bartender at Manny’s in Savanna, for your Good Guy Award. Not only did he track me down and return my lost wallet, all of the cash I had … more
The other night, my friends and I were remembering those back-in-the-day days when I worked in the shops (23 of them) downtown. It was so much fun. People were having a wonderful time, loved shopping … more
    We just got back from a wonderful, breathtaking Road Scholar guided tour of the Badlands, the Black Hills, and miles of awesome prairie. We also saw Mount Rushmore, and the Crazy … more
The main problem with the Electoral College is the “winner take all” policy of almost all states. Unless you live in a “swing state,” your vote is in danger of not counting at … more
  Well, well, well, with very little if any work done by our representatives in Congress on the real problems facing our country, they are taking their (well-earned, ha, ha) vacations and … more
    It was a surprise to learn that the League of Women Voters wants to abolish the Electoral College as “undemocratic.” The July 17 Galena Gazette article notes that this … more
  ​A big heartfelt thank you to Terry “Booker” Murphy of the Galena Territory Security staff. He saved the day, driving by exactly that early morning when I had just discovered … more
    Hats off to the Galena U.S. Postal workers for delivery above and beyond. Knowing we were leaving for Costa Rica and in need of a couple packages to arrive by a certain date to … more
  After reading the two most recent letters to the editor in the July 24th edition of the Gazette, I just had to write an observation. The letter titled “An … more
  People who are facing struggles in life often feel as if they are all alone. When your world seems to be falling apart around you, it’s easy to feel as if no one knows or cares about … more
  My neighbor’s house has disappeared as the corn gets taller and taller. I no longer can see cars on the road through the window. I enjoy this green isolation that summer gives me. My … more
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