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GALENA–Jo Daviess County sales tax numbers were released for July and show a rebound statistically for the county. Overall, numbers are still down for the year, 7.5 percent compared to the … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Health Department sent shock waves across the county on Monday, Oct. 5 as businesses received letters of non-compliance. The non-compliance stems from the … more
GALENA–As of Monday, Oct. 12, the number of positive cases in Jo Daviess County was 360. The number of cases has increased more than 60 since last Monday, the most in a week since late July. … more
GALENA–A global pandemic means no trick or treating this year in Galena. That was the decision of the Galena City Council on Monday, Sept. 28. The council voted 5-2, denying a motion to … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board of Health took steps to enforce COVID-19 isolation and quarantine measures by approving a county ordinance, 5-1, at its meeting on Oct. 1. Board chair … more
SCALES MOUND–Scales Mound boys have been caught in a predicament this year, one that they share with Warren students, and that is the question of if they will be able to compete in football. … more
WARREN–Famous beaches, remarkable streets, delectable cuisine. Rio has a lot of great places and people. For Warren High School graduate Mack Hill, he’s experienced the past few months as … more
GALENA–Those driving past Galena Primary School recently may have seen learning taking place in a unique setting. Kerri Rijpma, Galena Primary School music teacher, is one of many to take their … more
SPRINGFIELD–Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced that expiration dates for driver’s licenses and ID cards have been extended an additional three months–from Nov. 1 … more
HANOVER–River Ridge Superintendent Brad Albrecht along with principals Mike Foltz and Beau Buchs, praised students for their work over the course of the pandemic. The administrators said … more
GALENA–For the past several years, students in Lisa Watson’s class at Galena High School have been learning real-life skills running their own coffee business on certain days of the week. … more
DUBUQUE, Iowa–Hartig Drug Company has successfully established seven COVID-19 testing sites across the tri-states available at select drive-thru locations. “It’s no small feat to … more
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