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ELIZABETH–The Elizabeth Community Fair Board of Directors has rescheduled the 100th Elizabeth Community Fair from July to August. The tentative dates are Aug. 21-23. “We believe it … more
JO DAVIESS COUNTY–As of Friday, May 22, there were 26 reported cases of COVID-19 in Jo Daviess County. The health department is not releasing the age, gender or community the cases are from. … more
APPLE RIVER–The Apple River American Legion announces that due to COVID 19 restrictions, there will be no formal Memorial Day ceremony this year in Apple River. Village and cemetery flags … more
JO DAVIESS COUNTY–As of Monday, May 18, there were 20 reported cases of COVID-19 in Jo Daviess County, an increase of one in the past week. The health department is not releasing the age, … more
GALENA–Banners celebrating the Galena High School Class of 2020 are on display on Main and Green streets in Galena. Last Friday, May 15, the Galena public works crew hung the banners, each … more
GALENA–On Tuesday, May 5, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced the Restore Illinois plan to allow the state to return from the coronavirus lockdown in a phased approach. Even though there is a glimmer … more
GALENA–With the onset of COVID-19 and shelter in place restrictions, local musicians have experienced lost wages due to area music venues being closed down and cancelling performances … more
GALENA–To preserve social distancing and to do its part to flatten the curve, Friends of the Galena Public Library has cancelled its 2020 pre-owned book sale. Save any donations for our 2021 … more
GALENA–Between March and the end of June, Tri-State Travel had more than 50 bus trips scheduled with high schools, colleges and bank clubs. Hundreds of hours went into planning those trips. … more
GALENA–With very little discussion, the Galena City Council decided the fate of the Alice T. Virtue Memorial Pool for the summer of 2020. The pool, the council unanimously agreed, will not … more
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