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GALENA–Twenty-eight years ago, Brian Schoenrock left a group dentistry in Oak Park to purchase Dr. Pope’s home practice on Buckhill Road in Galena. Now, the coronavirus pandemic has put … more
GALENA–Rose Noble, president and CEO of Galena Country Tourism (GCT), presented the organization’s quarterly report during the GCT board meeting at Galena Cellars Winery on Tuesday, July … more
HANOVER–Jo Daviess County Emergency Management Director Chuck Pedersen is one of those individuals who’s changed direction in an instant. “This was not a normal type of … more
SCALES MOUND–In front of Scales Mound School, two students take their seat in a black car in the hot summer sun. In the passenger seat is a familiar face, Pete Pearson, who has taught … more
JO DAVIESS COUNTY–As of Monday afternoon, Sept. 28, the Jo Daviess County Health Department is reporting 267 cases of … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Ad-Hoc Economic Development Committee met on Monday, July 6. Eric Tison, planning and development administrator, provided data showing an increase in building … more
It’s really quite sad, but entirely understandable to hear that so many of our wonderful summer and fall events are cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic which is afflicting our country … more
ELIZABETH–The Elizabeth Historical Society’s History House and Chicago Great Western Depot can now be visited by special appointment (no walk-ins). Call 815-858-2343 to leave a message … more
GALENA–The pandemic forced storefronts to close their doors for months, causing Galena artists to rethink business plans in order to survive. Many galleries shifted focus to their online … more
BLOOMINGTON–The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) has released amendments to phase 4 of the Return to Play guidelines. According to the IHSA, masks won’t be required if athletes are … more
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