Dyersville holds city-wide garage sales
Dyersville City Council members have agreed to pledge $1 million to help secure funding for a permanent stadium at the iconic Field of Dreams movie site, which is expected to cost upwards of $50 million.
U.S. News and World Report ranked Maquoketa Valley High School 13th out of the over 360 public high schools in the state of Iowa. This continues a string of high scores over the past few years, with the school ranked 21st in 2020 and sixth in 2021.
A day set aside to showcase leadership skills at Edgewood-Colesburg Elementary School gave parents and the public a chance to see students practicing habits they work on every day.
The pickleball players of Dyersville will soon have a new court in Candy Cane Park. Known as a fast-paced racket sport that’s quick to pick up, pickleball has been growing in popularity for years. According to Dyersville Parks and Recreation Director Adam Huehnergarth, the idea of building a…
A series greenlit by NBC’s Peacock streaming service inspired by the “Field of Dreams” movie will be filmed in Iowa, but not in Dyersville, local officials said.
A split Dubuque County Board of Supervisors last week supported giving $2.9 million of the county’s nearly $19 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to construct a new library in Farley, but only if it’s open to all.
The Dyersville Area Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque, is excited to announce that Great Give Day is just around the corner on Wednesday, May 18.
The Dyersville City Council has unanimously agreed to fulfill a $100,000 funding request in order to help cover the costs of moving the If You Build It exhibit to a new location.
Two Beckman Catholic High School students qualified to present their science research projects at the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Atlanta May 7-13. Banners were presented to Grace Helle and Libby Knipper in front of the student body April 28 by Alexa Groff, STEM co…
From Dubuque to Dyersville and several points in between, Western Dubuque students and staff members found a way to give back to the communities and area that has given so much to them during their Bobcat Service Day April 27.
The Maquoketa Valley Drama Department will present “Clue: On Stage” Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 at 7 p.m. in the Maquoketa Valley auditorium. Written by Sandy Rustin and based on the hit board game and 1985 Paramount Pictures movie, the play is a comedic murder mystery set in the seclu…
Leaders from the Dubuque Racing Association (DRA) unveiled their new brand look and outlined updated grant guidelines for 2022 during a special reception held at the Diamond Jo Casino, on April 26.
Dubuque County supervisors were scheduled to discuss and weigh in on project proposals for American Rescue Plan Act money April 25, but procedural debate postponed those actions.
The Dubuque County COVID-19 Incident Management Team says that, so far, a quiet rollout of the second COVID-19 vaccine booster doses available to high-risk people is proving sufficient locally.
The owner of a quarry property in Peosta recently withdrew its requests related to further rock removal and quarry activities after receiving public opposition from neighboring residents.
The Friday night show at this year’s Dubuque County Fair will transport fans back to the pop scene around the turn of the century and feature the founder of one of the biggest groups of that era.
Dubuque Area Right to Life held its 28th Annual Life Dinner, Friday, April 29 at the Grand River Center in Dubuque, with over 500 attending. The featured speaker was Dr. Anthony Levatino, who shared his story of being a former abortionist, now speaking before Congress and traveling the world…
Hospice of Dubuque has been named a 2022 Hospice Honors Elite recipient by HEALTHCAREfirst, a leading provider of billing and coding services, healthcare surveys and advanced analytics. This annual review recognizes hospice agencies that continuously provide the highest level of quality care…
The Dyersville Commercial placed third for Coverage of Education in the annual Iowa Newspaper Foundation’s Better Newspaper Contest. The award was handed out at the annual banquet in Des Moines April 28.
A new fundraising entity at Western Dubuque High School met with the district’s facilities committee April 18, asking for help with their plans to enhance district facilities.
TLC Brewery turned a bank into a craft beer brewery in Holy Cross that’s set to open April 28. The brewery is co-owned by Tom Roling, his wife Linda, and sister in-law Carol Woten, whose first initials make the company’s TLC name. The name also lends itself to their slogan — “Crafting our be…
After major development projects at the iconic Field of Dreams movie site were announced, plans are moving along to acquire land and obtain needed permits.
- Maquoketa Valley ranked 13th best high school in Iowa
- Trucks take on cancer
- Earl J. Goerdt
- Jury again finds Dubuque County man guilty of sexual abuse, other crimes
- Blaze destroys Farley’s lone grocery store
- Multiple decomposing animals found at Earlville farm
- Dyersville pickleball court speeds to completion
- 'Field of Dreams'-inspired streaming series to be filmed in Iowa, including Dyersville
- TLC Brewery brings craft beer to Holy Cross
- Betty Lou McLane
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