Letters to the Editor
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People and workers spending money are the economy. Businesses say, “People did not want to work.” Republican legislators say, “People won’t work because they get more on … more
On Saturday, May 1, my beloved runt of a mini “doxie,” Greta, was missing. After Facebook postings by family and friends, neighborhood posters and door-to-door searches, my phone remained … more
Life is competitive. We try to teach our children competiveness in school through extracurricular activities such as sports, debate teams, casting for plays, etc. Please do not try to water down … more
The article about the retirement of Galena’s city engineer Andy Lewis reminded me how much we owe the gentleman from Wales who chose Galena as his home town 23 years ago. Andy is dedicated to … more
I’m writing this letter on May 12. Today, I received in the mail the Sunday New York Times dated May 2. Last week, I received the Sunday paper on Monday. Sometimes I get the Sunday paper on … more
On Feb. 22 of this year, a call center was opened in the Emergency Operations Center in Hanover. The purpose was to assist residents over 65 who had difficulty using a computer, or who had no … more
We would like to nominate Garrett Hahn and the Galena Elks for the team dinners provided to the Galena High School football team. We also appreciate Bev Coffey for buying our breakfast at Emmy … more
A reply to Mr. Jim Asta: I want to begin this reply by thanking you for being a regular reader of my articles even though it appears you are also a regular critic. Your loyalty given your … more
I hope The Workshop continues as operator of the county transit services. From my reading of the Gazette’s two articles it seems the parties need help communicating. Mary Lou Smith’s … more
Thanks to Mr. Bernardi for yet again John-splaining the complexities of our times and why we should all cower in fear. He has clearly articulated his bromance with Don the Con and his tired … more
I read with some concern the article in this week’s Gazette regarding the county board and the Workshop contract for providing transit services to county residents. Due to serious vision … more
Leaders, political or otherwise, are pragmatic, practical realists based on practical experience rather than on theoretical which is based on theory, an abstract ideal with unproven … more
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