Nearly two months from now, the Dyersville Family Aquatic Center is scheduled to open its doors, but unless it can find more lifeguards, it might be offering significantly fewer operating hours.
For her work in founding and leading Eastern Iowa’s first female Scouts BSA troop, Kary Waite was given the District Award of Merit, which is awarded to “registered scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the district level.”
The newly opened Surprise Den, located in the Stone Creek Shopping Center in Dyersville, is a discount retail store with a central theme of family and community. Owned by the mother-daughter team of Shelly Hess and Mikaylah Veglahn, the store utilizes wholesale purchases of new, quality prod…
Dillon Damm, 6, embraces the approach of spring and the warmer weather by swinging in his front yard with neighbors on a recent afternoon in Dyersville.
Jake Hoefler, left, and Noah Gaul are two of several students at Beckman Catholic High School to drive their tractors to school during National Agriculture Week.
A partnership between a Dubuque college and a local private ambulance service could help address an emergency medical services staffing shortfall.
Beckman Catholic FFA members participated in the Ag Career Fair and the Ag Appreciation Luncheon at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Pavilion, March 23. From left, Grace Helle, Noah Gaul, Ellie Stelken, Luke Wessel and Ben Schukert speak with Baili Maurer, co-owner of the Edgewood Locker.
Dubuque County Health Department leaders shared with Board of Health members last week plans for the reduction of state and county data reporting and other COVID-19 tracking measures in place since the pandemic began.
Three Epworth Elementary students are Special Olympics champions following the Spring Classic in Coralville, March 11.
A musical based on the iconic 1984 movie of the same name is set to bring song, dance, antics and lots of excitement to the stage at Beckman Catholic High School.
Despite a March snowstorm, a disc golf course at Conrad Park in Earlville will soon be ready for its second full year of play after opening late in 2021.
The last several weeks have brought some strange weather, to say the least.
A new building that would be shared between two county entities may come to fruition after the Delaware County Board of Supervisors approved a motion to seek bids at its March 13 meeting.
Police: Former Dyersville hotel manager arrested following time card inconsistencies
Despite snow flurries and temperatures in the teens, the New Vienna Farmer’s Day Parade drew a crowd to kick off parade season, March 18.
As spring approaches, the warmer air could spell the possibility of severe weather.
Peosta woman sentenced to jail, probation for assault, high-speed chase
Area libraries form ‘Dubuque County Reads’ initiative
Evan Elgin, 20, works on breaking a horse in a field alongside Old U.S. 20 west of Earlville, while his dogs follow along, March 15. Elgin started B&E Spurrin’ Company along with Brezlyn Grote.
Grace Ellingson, 5, of Dyersville, left, cleans up Bristle Blocks after playing with her sister Emery, 2, in the James Kennedy Public Library loft on Saturday, March 18. The Ellingson family joined others seeking a warm place to spend time during the recent low temperatures.
Despite several years of unprecedented obstacles presented to students, St. Francis Xavier Catholic School is reporting its state testing scores for 2022 have come in above average.
As America’s senior population continues to grow, the health and wellness services that many older adults rely on are in jeopardy as demands are starting to outpace the resources available.
Western Dubuque High School Principal Jake Feldmann has been named the 2023 Iowa Secondary Principal of the Year by the School Administrators of Iowa (SAI).
A four-year conversation has bloomed into Effects of Trauma and Pathways to Healing, a day-long Divine Word College workshop for Northeast Iowa helpers. Faculty members came together to create the perfect space for sharing their expertise and hindsight, while beginning what they feel is a ne…
Farley man receives 10-year sentence for sex crime
During the March 13 Western Dubuque School board meeting, WD High School Activities Director Tyler Lown explained the correlation between student involvement in extracurricular activities and academic success.
Area officials plan to lengthen a turning lane on U.S. 20 just east of Peosta to begin addressing an intersection where local officials say more work is needed.
Dyersville places second, third in national contest
A new trial date has been set for a Delaware County man accused of shooting at his girlfriend.
“Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God” (1 Corinthians 10:31), is a concept international Catholic stage magician Giancarlo Bernini takes to heart as he merges sharing his faith with illusion entertainment.
There’s a new stock of unique deals every week at Bins of Treasure, Dyersville’s first liquidation store. Liquidation is the process of selling off a company’s inventory, typically at a big discount, to generate cash. Unlike thrift or consignment stores which sell used merchandise, liquidati…
The Delaware County Board of Supervisors added a tool to its arsenal as it fights a proposed carbon capture pipeline planned for parts of Delaware County. And now, they won’t be fighting alone.
After directing city staff to shop around for more offers at its last meeting, the Dyersville City Council has unanimously decided to purchase a new UTV to replace its 20-year-old John Deere Gator.
At its annual dinner Feb. 28, the Dyersville Young Professionals (DYP) named Jon Scherbring as its “Young Professional of the Year.” “(Scherbring) brings a passion to the downtown corridor by trying new events and initiatives, working with the city, Dyersville Economic Development Corporatio…
Rik Zortman, of Coralville, runs through Dyersville Feb. 28, mapping out the name James in honor of local resident James Hall, 2, who’s currently fighting Langerhans-Cell Histiocytosis (multi-system). Zortman, also known as “The Human Etch A Sketch,” started running after his own son, Armstr…
Grammy award-winning artist to play Delaware County Fair
The Delaware County Board of Supervisors conducted a work session with Delaware County Farm Bureau officials, Feb. 28, addressing county roads and pending legislation in Des Moines.
The Beckman Catholic High School B-TECH/Mechanics Club attended an auto repair visit/demonstration day with Southwest Tech at Auto Tech, Feb. 24. According to Steven Lueck, assistant principal at Beckman Catholic, the Mechanics Club is a fairly new, but large, club of students who have a str…
Tom Danner paid tribute to the lasting impact Scouting has had on his life on the day he was honored for his own impact on the lives of others.
Legislation in the Iowa House on proposed carbon capture pipelines that could slow construction has garnered vastly different reactions from ethanol industry officials and a Delaware County supervisor.
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