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ELIZABETH–Fred Cass has had a lengthy career in law enforcement and has served numerous local communities as police chief. At the start of the month, Cass was sworn in as Elizabeth’s new … more
GALENA–After years of anticipation, Galena’s new canoe and kayak park is finished, and that’s reason to celebrate. A public ribbon cutting is planned at the park, just south of … more
GALENA–The Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Society will host a new event, the Galena Steeple Chase, on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 24 and 25. Five of Galena’s local historic churches … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–The ongoing roundabout talks seem to be nearing the end after the Hazel Green Village Board, at its Tuesday, Sept. 14 meeting, clarified its motion from the Sept. 2 special … more
ELIZABETH–The village of Elizabeth is looking to expand its veterans’ memorial located along U.S. 20. After a few months of deliberation by veterans and a community member, the … more
HANOVER–The Hanover Village Board met Aug. 10 and discussed troublesome trees located on village property on Savanna Road and Arthur Street. The trees are hanging over onto neighboring … more
GALENA–Established per county ordinance in 2018, the Jo Daviess County Ethics Commission has never met. But at the Tuesday, Sept. 14 county board meeting, three members–Dan Gilbert, Dave … more
STOCKTON–Congresswoman Cheri Bustos’ 21st Century Heartland Tour made a stop in rural Stockton at Clara Joyce Flowers on Wednesday, Sept. 15. Bustos learned more about Drew … more
GALENA–A Illinois Department of Public Health vaccine clinic will be held–the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for those 12 years and older–on Wednesday, Sept. 15 from 4 to … more
HANOVER–Get ready to Duck In & Out in Hanover! The Hanover Chamber of Commerce is planning a business crawl Saturday, Sept. 18 on Main Street. All throughout the day, people can visit … more
STOCKTON–Behind the desk at Stockton’s village hall is a new face that is answering the call to public service and helping those in the community. Stefanie Hatley was sworn in at the Aug. … more
EAST DUBUQUE–Most East Dubuque residents will soon be paying higher water, sewer and garbage rates after the East Dubuque City Council raised them 10 percent on Monday, Sept. 6. The council … more
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