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GALENA–An event to educate the public on PA-100-0200, which will require smoke detectors with a 10-year sealed battery to be installed in all dwellings which were either built before 1988 or … more
WARREN–The Warren School Board discussed guidance for Superintendent Dr. Shawn Teske to follow for COVID-19 decision-making at its meeting held on Wednesday, Sept. 16. The discussion resulted … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–Randy Schamberger and his wife, Kayla, have been dog owners for years. Their pit bull, Roger, passed away recently. The Schambergers have taken an interest in the pit bull … more
GALENA–Due to COVID-19, all 2020 General Election voters are encouraged to cast a ballot prior to the Nov. 3 general election either by mail or during early voting. Voting by mail is an easy … more
GALENA–Contact tracing and quarantining have been buzz words this year that are critical in the county’s fight against COVID-19. Jo Daviess County Health Department Director of … more
GALENA–Galena Country Tourism (GCT) was recognized for its integrated marketing campaign as a platinum creative award winner from Hermes Creative Awards, an international competition for … more
SPRINGFIELD–USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds farm owners that they have a one-time opportunity to update Price Loss Coverage program yields for covered commodities on the farm. … more
ELIZABETH–Thirty years ago, Dan Schleicher was working at the local lumberyard when Dick Robinson, who worked across the street at the body shop and was the EMS coordinator at the time, … more
Run, bike or walk to raise funds GALENA–This weekend is the Galena Virtual Family Fitness Weekend, sponsored by the Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Society and Galena GOATS … more
EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque School District has gone remote, just days into the 2020-2021 school year. The dominoes started to fall on Monday, Aug. 31, when the district released a letter about a … more
GALENA–A Galena High School student and the parent of a primary school student have tested positive for COVID-19. On Thursday, Sept. 3, Superintendent Tim Vincent alerted … more
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