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During the past month, the trees have started budding. If you haven’t cut your grass yet, it is probably in need of that first time twig pick-up and raking. All beautiful signs of Spring and … more
HANOVER—A five-member team from the River Ridge FFA Chapter traveled to Champaign to compete in the State Poultry Career Development at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign on April 19. … more
Ten Years Ago May 7, 2014 The open house for the new Galena City Hall will be held Thursday, May 8 from 5-8 p.m. Galena Primary School kindergartners launch kites with help of family, … more
ELIZABETH—If you are like many, you may find it challenging to maintain a healthy body weight. Roughly 69% of American adults are considered either overweight or obese. So, why do so many … more
A little over a year ago, Chris Glick, a 1989 GHS alumnus, chewed on a goal of grand scale – climbing 50 named peaks by age 60. Attuned to his tendencies, Glick, 52, has taken up the … more
ELIZABETH—University of Illinois Extension Nutrition and Wellness Educator Diane Reinhold has a variety of programs she is offering over the course of the next couple of months at the Jo … more
The 10th Annual Galena LitFest is almost ready to come to a close, but not before a couple more events. The Galena Public Library held its second-to last event of the four-month LitFest … more
The calendar year for the Galena Arts and Recreation Center (ARC) tends to be booked and busy. From art programming to youth sports to child care, the ARC fills gaps and interests in the Galena … more
The East Dubuque Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 27. All veterans’ groups, service organizations, auto clubs, Heritage Girls, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, school bands, … more
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