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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
HANOVER–The River Ridge School Board decided at its Nov. 16 meeting to wait to move forward with basketball games for the 2020-2021 season as the status is in flux due to the coronavirus … more
EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque Superintendent TJ Potts recommended to the East Dubuque School Board, at its Nov. 18 meeting, that grades five-12 attend virtually during the weeks immediately … more
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