Letters to the Editor
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  ​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
  I know that as you read this, your heart is broken. I know because I saw it break. Before I go further, I need to let others know that I had the special privilege to provide medical care … more
  Tony Bennett expressed the sentiments of many Americans when he crooned out the classic hit song “I left my heart in San Francisco.” The song remained at the top of the charts … more
The Telegraph Herald recently included a small news note about the fact that a recent local census revealed a slight loss in population in both Dubuque and Galena in 2018. I was rather surprised, … more
One hundred eighty-four dollars to paint a fire hydrant? And the city of Galena is going to paint 55 hydrants? What benevolent philanthropist is picking up the tab for this? more
  When the Gear Street reconstruction project left volunteers at the United Churches of Galena Food Pantry without on-street parking space for its twice-monthly distribution days at Illinois … more
We sincerely recommend the Elizabeth Volunteer Fire Department for the good guy award for responding to our area to assess property damage to area residents after the storm on Sunday, June 30. We had … more
  Connie Wienen and Susette Einsweiler host a second hand jewelry sale every other year. Connie and Sue have hosted this event for over a decade and have raised thousands of dollars for … more
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