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A chance to see a dairy operation up close and personal brought hundreds of people to the Tim and Joan Goedken farm near Hopkinton June 8 for Breakfast on the Farm.

The Dyersville City Council went out of its regular session and into a public hearing three times Monday to discuss three proposed development agreements that include tax-increment payments.

Jim and Lisa Swanson and their family are no strangers to the rental business. Since 2000, the family has owned a number of rental businesses around the Midwest. When they heard the storefront previously owned by Clare Riesberg was up for sale, the family didn’t hesitate to make the jump.

In April 2019, Abby Klostermann was named Delaware County’s Dairy Princess. Klostermann is 17 years old, and attends Beckman Catholic High School.

Delaware County Board of Supervisors approved a contract between the supervisors and Regional Medical Center (RMC) in Manchester at its June 17 meeting.

Dubuque County officials are weighing which safety equipment requirements to include in an ordinance allowing recreational all-terrain and utility vehicles on county roadways.

Colorful evening: A rainbow rises above a Delaware County farm following an early evening rain shower June 12.

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The bar is taking shape, the windows and lights are installed and the excitement in the air is palpable.

After 28 years of employment with the Western Dubuque Community School District, secretary Linda Schroeder is prepared for retirement.

Dyersville’s residential expansion to the southeast will continue unabated in the form of phase three of the Hageman subdivision, while several spots for new homes will also open up near Beckman Catholic High School in the Willow Heights subdivision.

As expected, the Delaware County Board of Supervisors approved a site for the new sheriff office and jail at its June 10 meeting.

A chance to see a dairy operation up close and personal brought hundreds of people to the Tim and Joan Goedken farm near Hopkinton June 8 for Breakfast on the Farm.

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When Jennifer and David Berggren heard their son ask to build a farm display, they were rightly confused. Neither of them had any experience building the miniature models.

G.S. Supply Welding & Rental Center is now open at 1515 2nd Ave. SE in Dyersville, at the location of the former Riesberg Rental. Services offered include construction rental; home improvement and lawn equipment; table, chair and inflatable game rental for events; hand and power tools fo…

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By days he’s a mild-mannered custodian, keeping things clean and in working order for the schools of the Western Dubuque Community School District. But anytime an artistic need arises, Dyersville resident Clete Urbain is at-the-ready, armed with just an active imagination and his trusty weld…

U.S. Representative Abby Finkenauer heard from officials at Big River Resources in Dyersville what they want when it comes to ethanol: an even playing field.

Though Memorial Day has come and gone, the honor we show for those who have served continues every day. In order to keep showing respect for those in the Armed Forces, the City of Farley and Scherrman-Peterson American Legion Post 656 are honoring military members with banners hung in the to…

Judy Lueken and Kayla Ramsey don’t work as bottle cappers in a brewery, and they don’t hang out at a place called the Pizza Bowl. But after 25 years of working side by side in the fifth and sixth grade wing of Edgewood-Colesburg Elementary School in Colesburg, they may be the unofficial “Lav…

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors is expected to approve the purchase of four acres of land on Manchester’s west end that will be the site of the new sheriff’s office and jail when they meet Monday, June 10.

Lone Pine Country Club in Colesburg is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a variety of events this week.

Epworth Elementary teacher Tammy Van Cleve and Peosta Elementary teacher Lisa Dallefeld have been named Tom and Brenda Wickham Educational Service Award Winners for 2019.

A bridge is reflected in a pond along Highway 3 between Edgewood and Colesburg.

Delhi-area residents may have grown accustomed to hearing loud booms of thunder during the latest spate of spring thunderstorms, but at least for May 30 the skies cleared and the booms heard were from cannon fire during the Decoration Day celebration at the Upper Bay Cemetery.

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Carrie Koelker said she never imagined herself as a member of the Iowa senate.