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ELIZABETH–The 4-H “What a Hoot” Owl Club members are taking part in the Illinois 4-H Nesting Box Challenge that began this winter. The Illinois Raptor Center has asked 4-Hers … more
E arly on in the pandemic, Dr. Ralph Losey, chief medical officer at Midwest Medical Center, knew there was a good chance the hospital might run short of personal protective equipment. He was … more
GALENA–Lynn Houy will never forget that feeling as she sat in the waiting room of her doctor’s office after an unsettling ultrasound. Although it was her first and she wasn’t quite … more
Monday, May 18 - Italian sausage, potato wedges, carrots, fresh fruit, whole wheat bun and milk. Tuesday, May 19 - Chicken and noodles, green beans, pineapple, bread, margarine and … more
HANOVER–Julianna Kuzniar begins, “Mi pintura se llama ‘El Dolor de Soledad.’ No soy artista...” Her River Ridge Spanish teacher Karla Nicholas leans forward with … more
GALENA–The show must go on, even if it’s in a different format, and the Galena High School (GHS)Drama Club proved it’s possible. The club held its annual spring banquet on the … more
GALENA–On the evening of Thursday, May 7, the Galena High School (GHS) scholastic bowl team held its annual awards banquet via Google Meet. First, junior varsity coach Mary Calfee spoke … more
10 years ago May 19, 2010 Joe Kelly, a two-year starter on the Scales Mound basketball team, signed a letter of intent on May 13 to play basketball for Division III University of Dubuque. … more
Extension Local Foods and Small Farms Educator Grant McCarty will host his second round of Get Growing webinars, Friday mornings 10-11:30 a.m., starting on May 22 and going through June 5. The May … more
Ralph Norman is a licensed SHIP counselor who volunteers at the Senior Resource Center. This article is being written in early April and will not reach you until May. Keep in mind that some items … more
Social Security district manager, Freeport Social Security provides benefits to about one-fifth of the American population and helps protect workers, children, people with disabilities, and the … more
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