If you live in Delaware County, there’s a good chance you’ve seen their grill. And there’s an even better chance that long before you see the grill, you smell the aromas of delicious grilled food.
Residents of Farley got dinner and their smoke detectors checked by Farley firefighters during Fire Prevention Week Oct. 9. Cobra Lanes and the fire department have partnered to do this for three years.
Delaware County Supervisors accepted a bid for a storage garage at the future site of the new sheriff’s office and jail and set dates for bids on the new sheriff’s facility.
This year’s Dyersville City Council will feature no contested races, although there will be at least one new face on the council beginning in 2020.
More than $20 million in renovations to Northeast Iowa Community College facilities in Dubuque and Peosta are expected to start next year.
Crews working on a stretch of highway in Dubuque County hope to give beleaguered residents something to be thankful for by the time holiday season rolls around.
Considering the “new norm” of severe weather events in the area, the Dubuque County Conservation Board (DCCB) and consultants are proposing extensive changes to make parks more resilient.
Police said a cashier at a Dubuque grocery store stole more than $1,100 from the business by completing fraudulent cash refunds, voiding orders for cash-paying customers and falsifying can and bottle returns.
Western Dubuque High School held its Homecoming last week with each day having a theme for the students. Area communities also benefited from one of the days. Students spread out across Dubuque County for a service day Oct. 9.
A select group of students at Peosta Elementary has been making a difference at the school this year. They have been participating in the first year of the student leadership program. This puts responsibilities on the students that haven’t existed in the past.
Robert Moyers, known as Mr. Happy, celebrated National Forgiveness and Happiness Day at the Field of Dreams Oct. 7. First established in 1994 as National Forgiveness Day, it was re-estblished in 2006 to include happiness. According to Moyers, the day is observed by paying it forward to other…
The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) hosted a ribbon-cutting Monday for its new Earlville storage facility at 123 Maple Street. Representatives from the RTA board, the city of Earlville, city residents and the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) were present for the grand opening.
The James Kennedy Public Library received new items recently that will benefit library and community members. This is all thanks to the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant. All of the items will be available to the public by Nov. 1.
Dyersville’s city clerk was cited for using an electronic communication device while driving after authorities said she struck a pedestrian with her car last week.
A handful of landowners whose properties lie within the route of a proposed 345-kilovolt transmission line face eminent domain proceedings within the coming year if they do not sign voluntary easements.
Assessed values for apartment buildings, nursing homes and mobile home parks in rural Dubuque County will rise by 17% in 2019, according to officials.
With the 60th anniversary of the James Kennedy Public Library slated for Saturday, Oct. 5, a look back on the efforts to provide the Dyersville area with a library shows how the JKPL grew from humble beginnings in City Hall.
Twenty-four Beckman High School alumni have been awarded scholarships of $500 each at the University of Iowa for the 2019-2020 school year. The scholarships are given to Beckman graduates who are active in the Newman Catholic Student Center in Iowa City.
During Homecoming festivities, Sept. 20, members of the third class were inducted into the Beckman Hall of Fame. This year’s inductees were Matt Tobin, Mark Brady, Becky Williams, Jack Klein and the state champion girls golf team of 1992.
Western Dubuque High School FFA members served the school district Sept. 17 in a unique way. The group served ears of corn that were grown by the students, during lunches held throughout the district. This was an effort to show students where their food comes from.
Crews from the Epworth and Farley Fire Departments, as well as the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office, responded to a structure fire at Main Street and Center Avenue in Epworth at 11:19 a.m. Sept. 20.
Several high schools from eastern Iowa brought their students to West Delaware High School Sept. 17 to help them get a better understanding of how to get to their future careers. Students from West Delaware, East Buchanan, Beckman Catholic, Edgewood-Colesburg and Wahlert Catholic attended.
The prospect of growing hemp as a cash crop in Iowa is a very recent development, with the 2018 federal farm bill legalizing hemp production for interstate commerce nation-wide. The Iowa General Assembly, according to a press release, has authorized the creation of a state program to regulat…
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