Epworth residents won’t be seeing much of Wolfegang Billmeyer for a while, but they’ll still be able to see and use some of his handiwork.
Brooke Ameskamp, 8, purses her lips and concentrates for a moment before splitting a stack of 24 blocks into equal, smaller stacks, learning multiplication and division concepts that can help her when she re-enters school in the fall.
Time is running out on Iowa legislators who have not yet joined the call for a special session to restore local school funding.
If life’s stresses have you tied up in knots, or if injuries or aging have robbed you of the ability to enjoy life fully, help and relief may be just a few postures away.
Texas senator and republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz made a campaign stop at the Field of Dreams on July 17 to talk baseball, politics and global warming.
Voting ends at 10:59 p.m. Central Time, July 22 in a national online voting contest for a dog park grant of up to $100,000. Epworth is one of the national leaders in the PetSafe Bark for Your Park contest.
After much discussion and a failed attempt to change the city ordinance addressing meeting location, the Dyersville City Council is keeping council meetings in the lower level of the Memorial Building.
Bert Allen Carner, of Peosta, has plead not guilty to charges of first-degree theft.
The Rev. Arnold Flater is the new minister at New Hope Lutheran Church in Farley. Flater comes to New Hope from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Dubuque, where he was senior pastor. “I just turned 60 and it was time to do something new,” he explained of the move.
The Edgewood-Colesburg Community School District has approved the open enrollment of three kindergarten students coming into the district at their school board meeting July 20.
The Maquoketa Valley Community School District board took a road trip of sorts July 20, using a work session to tour the Lake Delhi Dam before their meeting.
Robert Carson, the new director of liturgy and music at St. Francis Xavier Basilica already likes what he hears.
Joseph Michael Connolly, of Holy Cross, who was charged with vehicular homicide following an accident that killed four teens, has accepted a plea bargain that would send him to jail for up to 10 years.