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Water, food and air are necessities in everyday life. Other things are often not thought of as necessities but are. The Red Basket Project is a donation driven, volunteer project that allows women to have access to feminine products free of charge. Times are tight for some families, and this…

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A long-serving attorney for the City of Dyersville has announced his retirement and subsequent resignation from his post as Dyersville’s chief legal counsel.

The Dyersville City Council recently approved a $98,165 change order that will add sewer intakes along X49 along as well as lighting within the new roundabout.

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The federal government outlined a sweeping plan today to make vaccines for COVID-19 available for free to all Americans, assuming a safe and effective shot is established and widely accepted though polls show skepticism remains across America.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been asked to shelter in place. For many of us, sheltering in place was a way of life before COVID-19. The Health Resources & Services Administration states that two in five Americans report they sometimes or always feel their social relationships ar…

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As we all continue to push through the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain a new sense of normalcy, parents and guardians of school-aged children are reminded that annual physicals and back-to-school immunizations are still very important.

Reiff Funeral Home has locations in Cascade, Dyersville, Farley, Epworth and now a brand new facility on Peosta Street in Peosta. A grand opening was held the last week of August. The new home has an event center and is handicap accessible throughout.

Even with the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the 45th Annual Basilica Open took place Aug. 31 at the Dyersville Golf & Country Club.

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An Earlville farmer maintained his innocence as he was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for murdering his wife with a corn rake.

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Gone are the days of going to an Iowa Department of Transportation driver’s license service center and waiting an unknown amount of time for your number to be called. Doing business at an Iowa DOT driver’s license service center can now be accomplished by appointment. We will no longer accep…

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COVID-19 positivity rates are being discussed frequently and are factors that can contribute to changes in our schools, extracurricular activities, and in our workforce. The percentage of COVID-19 tests coming back positive is generally taken as a sign that more infections are going unreport…

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Aside from a fallen branch or two, the City of Dyersville was lucky to be largely spared by the now infamous derecho, which produced straight-line winds in excess of 130 mph in some areas, equivalent to a category four hurricane.

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The Dubuque County Board of Supervisors will meet with county mayors next week to discuss a contentious proposal to mandate mask use countywide.

Amanda Jones opened Crossroads Nutrition in Peosta Aug. 1, at 8554 Kapp Drive. The business provides healthy meal replacement shakes and energizing drinks that are low in calories, carbs and sugar while providing over 20 vitamins and minerals.