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LENA—The Lena Sons of the American Legion (SAL) invite you to buy tickets for their annual calendar raffle. The SAL uses the proceeds to support American Legion programs. Once a year they … more
Ten Years Ago May 14, 2014 Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation prepares to open Horseshoe Mound Beginning on Monday, May 19, the community campaign and education initiative for … more
The Emelia Johnson-Tabakoff Foundation awarded two students scholarships for their agriculture related studies. A dinner was held at Fried Green Tomatoes on May 2 to honor this year’s … more
Despite threatening skies and a forecast of rain throughout the day over 50 volunteers participated in the annual Mississippi River Clean-Up sponsored by the Galena Boat Club at Ferry Landing … more
Every year the Stockton American Legion, with the help of volunteers, places flags on the graves of veterans in local cemeteries. Individuals as well as groups are welcome to be part of this project. … more
The City of Galena will offer electronics recycling from 8 a.m–1:30 p.m. on Friday, May 31, in the parking lot of Galena City Hall, 101 Green St., Galena. During this time, the city will … more
Summers are fleeting. They fly by, leaving us with memories and photographs. This summer promises to be ephemeral in another sense, too. The cicadas are coming! The cicadas are coming! … more
On May 4, the Jo Daviess County Sheriff’s office was dispatched to the scene of a one-vehicle accident with injuries. According to a press release, the accident occurred at approximately … more
HANOVER—According to a press release from the Jo Daviess County Sheriff’s Office, On May 11, at 10:37 a.m. Jo Daviess County deputies learned that Jesse J Jones, a wanted felon, was at an … more
The Jo Daviess County Democrats donated a tree to the Galena Middle School to celebrate Earth Day. The tree was planted on April 22 with the assistance of several students. Students assisting with … more
Galena High School students attending prom on May 4 began their night at Grant Park. Couples and groups of one, two and three students proceeded down the bridge steps and through the crowd of family … more
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