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ELIZABETH–The village of Elizabeth has installed a new SemaConnect Series 7 Plus charging station for public use near the new splash pad at Terrapin Park. The high-powered, dual port … more
GALENA–The city of Galena will offer electronics recycling from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, May 27 in the parking lot of Galena City Hall, 101 Green St., Galena. The city will accept … more
GALENA–Nicole Hermsen, Jo Daviess County transit director, had an important announcement to members of Galena’s American Legion Post 193 on Tuesday, May 17, and was a message that she … more
GALENA–The Galena Public Library has announced plans for Galena’s second annual Pride Picnic in Grant Park on June 11th from noon-5p.m. The event will be organized and run by volunteers … more
The Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation is offering guided tours at Casper Bluff Land & Water Preserve on June 4 and 18 at 9 a.m., and a 7 p.m. tour on Tuesday, June 21. The trained volunteer … more
SPRINGFIELD–USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will mail the Conservation Practice Adoption Motivations Survey beginning May 30 to more than 500 Illinois farmers and … more
ELIZABETH–The Guilford Township Board met on April 12 and learned of a new program that they will enroll in for the replacement of a tractor. For some years, Guilford Township had leased a … more
LENA–As a result of Citizens State Bank expanding into new markets, it has promoted Amy Powers to the role of vice president, trust, and Ashley Chambers to the role of retail officer, as of … more
GALENA–Chuck Werner is hanging up the badge after 34 years as a member of the Galena Police Department on May 30. Werner began his career as a part time officer and rode along with other … more
SPRINGFIELD–Agricultural producers and handlers who are certified organic, along with producers and handlers who are transitioning to organic production, can now apply for the United States … more
GALENA–Nearly half of the corn in the state of Illinois has been planted, according to the United States Department of Agriculture’s crop progress and condition report released on May 16. … more
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