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GALENA–Funds from $272 million in settlements associated with the defunct Silver Eagle and parent company Emerald Casino, are unlikely to end up in Jo Daviess County coffers. During the … more
Polls throughout Jo Daviess County are open from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6. If you're a registered voter and haven't voted yet, there is still time to cast a ballot. A link to the Jo … more
EAST DUBUQUE–After nine years of renting the building at 185 Wisconsin Ave., the city of East Dubuque now has a place to call its own. On Thursday, Oct. 18, crews from Marvelous Moving … more
GALENA–Animal carcasses along roadways in Galena aren’t always removed, said Charlie Fach, alderman, during the Galena City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 22. During … more
EAST DUBUQUE–Unless the East Dubuque City Council takes action this week, its police chief, Steve O’Connell, is going to work until Oct. 28 and will then go on vacation until he retires … more
GALENA–Jo Daviess County has long been a home to traditional agriculture, and now thanks to approval from the Jo Daviess County Board, a new kind of farm will be in the county: solar. During … more
GALENA–Galena’s Historic Preservation Commission had differing opinions on two applicant’s requests for vinyl siding. Applicant’s John Yorkman and Mark Worsham asked for … more
GALENA–The city of Galena is well-known for its commitment to preserving history, but is also a city that embraces future technology and environmental conservation. During the course of two … more
EAST DUBUQUE–With an estimated cost of $2.58 million to make needed improvements to its wastewater treatment plant, the East Dubuque City Council took an important step to securing funding for … more
GALENA–By a vote of 4-2, the Galena City Council decided Monday, Sept. 24, to allow archery deer hunting at the Turney Site, just off Spring Street. Action on the site was postponed at the … more
EAST DUBUQUE–It appears as though Oct. 18-19 will be long-awaited red-letter dates for the city of East Dubuque. If the East Dubuque City Council approves, the city will move into its new city … more
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