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GALENA–The show must go on--even in a pandemic. After both the Galena High School and Galena Middle School Drama Clubs’ spring 2020 play productions were canceled due to COVID-19, the two … more
We made the best of it and you know what, we survived and I would say even thrived. That was Thanksgiving this year sans family. Just Sarah and me, myself and I. And besides, there … more
GALENA–The Galena Center for the Arts is known for promoting and featuring regional singer songwriters. Before the pandemic you could find folks gathered at the center to enjoy musicians and … more
GALENA–When Jen Trebian, administrator at Galena-Stauss Senior Care Community, saw some of the artwork of assisted living resident Toby Leskanich, Trebian had an idea. Visiting with … more
GALENA–As of Monday, Nov. 30, Jo Daviess County reported 1,079 COVID-19 cases since the spring. There were 67 new cases since Monday, Nov. 23, and 36 new cases since Nov. 25. This is the … more
GALENA–When Owen Wells heard about Inktober, a month-long, day-by-day drawing prompt during the month of October, the Galena High School senior took the idea to Irene Thraen-Borowski, the new … more
GALENA–Due to the continual increase in COVID-19 positivity rates in the county, the Galena Public Library building will be closing to the public on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 5 p.m. As in the … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Health Department has been swamped with phone calls recently as COVID numbers spike across the region. A staff of four nurses and contact tracers are tasked with … more
GALENA–Grocers, butchers, producers and consumers are all facing an unusual holiday season. Typically, the holiday season has people buying a customary turkey and sides. This year, due to … more
HANOVER–Alice Trebian thought the end was near. She’d never, ever been so sick. “I literally thought I was going to die,” said Trebian. Typically very private, Trebian … more
GALENA–Tucked in a scrapbook is a newspaper clipping, a black and white photo, taken just after D-Day, of a fleet of LSTs all lined up along Omaha Beach in Normandy, France. On this clipping … more
STOCKTON–At its Monday, Nov. 16 meeting, the Stockton School Board heard a plea from head girls basketball coach Tim Timpe, who also serves as the school’s insurance representative, about … more
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