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GALENA–The United Churches of Galena Food Pantry has completed its move from the lower level of Illinois Bank & Trust on Gear Street to its new home beneath Galena Center for the Arts, 219 … more
GALENA–The vaccination landscape is changing rapidly for the Jo Daviess County Health Department as the vaccine rollout and allotment is updated and changed. The department is asking for … more
GALENA–An anonymous donor recently made a very generous gift to the Community Foundation of Jo Daviess County. The $200,000 gift will support the Community Foundation of Jo Daviess … more
GALENA–When Jim Rigdon took a job cutting grass with the city of Galena’s public works department on Aug. 28, 1975, never in his wildest dreams would he have imagined that 46 years later, … more
STOCKTON–The Stockton Village Board met Jan. 12 and approved a notice of award for phase one of the village’s wastewater treatment facility project, contingent on Illinois Environmental … more
HAMPTON–The Corn Belt Ports, which received national recognition last fall, have the assistance of three regional planning agencies in efforts to grow the importance of the ports. Three … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–Another project in Hazel Green is closer to having shovels in the ground following the approval of the plans and authorizing the bid at a Tuesday, Jan. 19 special … more
GALENA–The piece of property on Rodden Road is the focus of Jo Daviess County’s newest committee. The ad-hoc county park committee held its first meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 19 as a path to … more
ELIZABETH–Elizabeth’s village hall will move by Aug. 1, according to village president Mike Dittmar. The village board made that move closer to reality at its Wednesday, Jan. 20 board … more
GALENA–Country Financial representative Trent Yenney, Galena, has earned a position on the insurance group’s distinguished All-American team. Yenney is among a select group of top … more
GALENA–The Galena Public Library is reopening to the public with limited hours: Mondays and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday, noon to 3 p.m. Masks will … more
DUBUQUE, Iowa–The Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (DMATS) policy board met Thursday, Jan. 14 to select a consultant to begin contract negotiations for the passenger rail … more
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