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ELIZABETH–Mosquitoes are already out in force this season. How can we protect ourselves and our families and still enjoy the outdoors? “Humans are mosquito magnets,” says … more
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go!” - Dr. Seuss With the spirit of Dr. Seuss in mind, four Free Little … more
GALENA–Encouraged by an increase in hotel/motel tax revenue, county officials are looking to reach a “long-term” agreement with Greater Galena Marketing Inc. (GGMI), the … more
GALENA–Court Isabella 572 Catholic Daughters of the Americas held a potluck on Tuesday, June 4 at Bally Hall, St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Court Chaplain, the Rev. Stanislaw Kos and the … more
ELIZABETH–The stars may be aligning facilitating the continued build out of Jo-Carroll Energy’s fiber optic service. Illinois’ new capital plan, recently passed by the Illinois … more
In 2015, Congress passed and the president signed into law, a measure that changes the sale of Medigap Plans C, F and H High Deductible after Jan. 1, 2020. The law is known as the Medicare Access and … more
Call 815-235-9777, Ext. 258, for more information or to register for the following activities, which are held at the Senior Resource Center in Hanover, 500 Fillmore St., unless otherwise … more
GALENA–Information and assistance staff from the Senior Resource Center will hold satellite office hours on Wednesday, June 12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the West Galena Township office, 607 … more
Retired Col. Paul Herbert, right, a 1968 graduate of Galena High School, was the speaker at the Galena program on Sunday and at Apple River on Monday. At Galena he spoke about the three things one … more
GALENA–Happy Joe’s Galena is closing its doors after 35 years of operation. Friday, June 15 will be the last day the long-time restaurant will be open to the public, read a press … more
GALENA–Performers of the June 8, 9 and 14 Cemetery Walk are exploring the rugged lives of early settlers, sharing stories of prosperity and the challenges of intersecting cultures, politics and … more
  GALENA–The Galena Lions Club recently presented member Greg Junge with the Melvin Jones Award, the highest humanitarian honor of Lions Clubs International. Junge’s … more
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