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HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–Sally Bauer, village clerk in Hazel Green, is preparing for the village’s second election since the coronavirus pandemic began. On Aug. 11, Wisconsin will hold its … more
by Brandon Behlke bbehlke@galgazette.com GALENA–Coronavirus numbers continue to rise in Jo Daviess County as the daily high was reached this week with 11 new cases reported on Wednesday, … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The East Dubuque School Board approved the district’s return to learn plan unanimously at its Wednesday, July 22 meeting. Superintendent TJ Potts presented the plan to the … more
GALENA–Parents across the county are preparing to make a difficult decision as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, whether they should send their child back to school or if they should have … more
SCALES MOUND–The Scales Mound School Board approved the district’s return to school plan on Monday, July 20. The plan has the entire district returning to in-person learning. Some of the … more
STOCKTON–The Stockton School Board approved the district’s return to school plan at its Monday, July 20 meeting. James Bunting, in his first meeting as superintendent, presented the plan … more
HANOVER–River Ridge School District has received items purchased with CARES Act funding, Superintendent Brad Albrecht informed the board at its Monday, July 20 meeting. The purchases include … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–Southwestern senior Kallie Kaiser was looking forward to her return to the track for a chance to make the state meet with a group she believed had a chance to do special … more
GALENA–Ralph and Barbara Blust didn’t let a pandemic stop them from celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday, July 23. Their celebration may have been a bit unusual, but … more
DUBUQUE–Hartig Drug is now requiring all customers and patients to wear face coverings while shopping in its retail locations. Hartig’s wants customers to wear face coverings to protect … more
GALENA–The Twenty Dirty Hands 20th Anniversary Pottery Tour, scheduled for Oct. 16-18, has been cancelled. The good news: all potters are still actively creating new work in their private … more
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