The Wartburg College wind ensemble will perform at Western Dubuque High School Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 27 under the direction of Dr. Craig Hancock.
The Edgewood-Colesburg Community School District is considering reducing four staff positions to less than full-time and eliminating an administrative position in an attempt to eliminate budget shortfalls.
Even if the state doesn’t allow per-pupil costs to rise, the Western Dubuque school district could still have a bigger budget than last year, due to an approximately 1.4 percent increase in enrollment.
Virginia tech professor of agricultural and applied economics, Dr. David Kohl, says that the positive outlook of the ag industry of a few years back has changed to cautious optimism.
Conventional wisdom tells us that religion is a topic of conversation best avoided in a bar.
It’s a competitive world out there after high school, but programs at Dyersville’s two elementary schools are already teaching skills to give students competitive advantages in college and the workplace.
If all goes as planned, Dubuque County could be home to a new ATV park in the next two to three years.
The 2016 presidential race is beginning in Dubuque County.
An inmate who fleed the Delaware County jail through a walk-in door was apprehended in a matter of minutes.
The Dyersville Police Department is short one squad car after it collided with a suspect’s vehicle during a high-speed chase.
Robert F. Smith has been blind all of his life yet has an amazing vision—to be the first blind man to throw out the first pitch at every major and minor league ballpark in the nation and to use that to inspire one million acts of kindness around the globe.
Ed-Co Schools: Two-Hour delay.