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JO DAVIESS COUNTY–As of July 20, there were 64 reported cases of COVID-19 in Jo Daviess County, including 12 in East Dubuque; 25 in Galena; eight in Stockton; and six in Hanover. The Jo … more
GALENA–Jo Daviess County released its April 2020 sales tax receipts received from the Illinois Department of Revenue on Tuesday, July 14. Jo Daviess County has broken down its sales revenue … more
GALENA–The Galena Center for the Arts has posted two new “Celebrating Art in Our Lives” videos on its YouTube channel : “Radio WGCA: On the Air” and “Classical … more
GALENA–Concerns about vehicles parking along U.S. 20 led the Galena City Council to postpone its decision on the Kiwanis Club of Galena fireworks display over Labor Day weekend. The council … more
GALENA–The Miners Forever Reunion will not take place the first Saturday in August this year due to COVID-19. “I wish everyone a very safe and happy summer,” said organizer Bob … more
The Veal family reunion scheduled for July 26 in Shullsburg, Wis., has been cancelled for 2020. more
GALENA–With COVID-19 a continuing concern as the 2020 General Election approaches, Jo Daviess County Clerk Angela Kaiser is encouraging voters to consider voting by mail as a safe, secure and … more
FREEPORT–Highland Community College (HCC) welcomes back employees, students, and visitors to campus as it prepares for the fall 2020 semester. The college’s safety precautions involve … more
WARREN–The Warren School Board officially approved the district’s return to school plan at its Wednesday, July 15 meeting. Dr. Shawn Teske, district superintendent, said the plan came … more
GALENA-The Jo Daviess County Board approved the third round of small business stabilization grant loans at its July 14 meeting. The county awarded seven grants totaling $9,944. The businesses … more
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