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Beckman Booster Club Youth Basketball Tournament: All games scheduled for Monday are canceled and will not be rescheduled. Tuesday and Wednesday games will go on as scheduled.

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The City of Dyersville has announced that  7th Street SW between 8th and 9th Avenues SW will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 24th through Wednesday, Nov, 25th due to sewer line installation. 

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Beckman Play: "The Outsiders" is canceled for Friday night (regular schedule on Saturday and Sunday)

At a Dyersville City candidate forum, candidates jockeyed for position, with sharp disagreement on the state of city finances and the role of municipal debt, as well as other issues.

Due to repair work, the 3rd Street SW bridge in the City of Dyersville will periodically be reduced to one lane traffic on Friday, Oct. 9th and Monday through Thursday, Oct 12 – 15.

Residents of Delhi will have to wait more than a year for the next Delhi Lions’ Pride Day.

What began as a 4-H camp is now a non-profit Iowa corporation for equine education and activities and a tradition for those who come down to the Dubuque County Fairgrounds every June.

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Update: In the first afternoon of testimony in the lawsuit on the Field of Dreams rezoning, petitioner Jeff Pape testified that he believed water quality, traffic safety and his farming operations could be adversely affected by the development of a youth sports complex at the 25-year-old fil…

A cruel twist of fate resulted in three Divine Word College lay students and their spiritual leader losing nearly all of their possessions in a fire early in the morning of Jan. 20.

About 13 hours after firefighters were first called to a home owned by Divine Word Seminary in Epworth, the building burned to the ground.

The legal dispute between owners of the Field of Dreams movie site and several of the site's neighbors has ended, according to Denise Stillman, CEO of the development group that bought the site a year ago.

Dan Willenborg is contesting the election of Mark Wagner to Dyersville’s at-large council seat this November.

Betsy Guthrie, MVHS senior, will be playing at Carnegie Hall in New York this weekend. Here, she givers listeners a taste of her musical talents.

On the morning of Jan. 17, 177 students and staff met face-to-face with U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley. After a brief introduction, the senator opened for questions, where second amendment restrictions, arming school guards, NRA PAC money and gun law debates led off.

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Roughly 170 students at Maquoketa Valley High School were given a rare opportunity to address a U.S. congressman face to face.

On Jan. 9, two new faces of local government made an appearance at Dyersville’s Country Junction, giving a snapshot of the 2013 session to 30 local city and business leaders.

Wade Boggs played in 2,440 regular season baseball games in the majors, stepped to the plate 10,740 times, recorded 3,010 hits off some of the best pitchers to ever grace an MLB uniform and won two World Series championships. By baseball standards, he is a legend.

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Wade Boggs played in 2,440 regular season baseball games in the majors, stepped to the plate 10,740 times, recorded 3,010 hits off some of the best pitchers to ever grace an MLB uniform and won two World Series championships. By baseball standards, he is a legend.

In January, Bruce Blair, of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, cautioned Dyersville Council members about a potential problem that could plague the forestation of their town.

What looked like a fast-moving fog forced scores of late-night establishment patrons out of the buildings and into the streets on July 20. The fog turned out to be smoke that clouded up Dyersville’s main street into the early morning.

"Go the distance” and “If you build, they will come” are arguably the two most quoted phrases from the film “Field of Dreams.”

A pair of veteran Dyersville city leaders retained their seats at the City Council table, while a late entry to the race for the council's at-large seat prevailed, during the Nov. 8 municipal elections.

When Dyersville voters go to polls next week to select an at-large member for the City Council, they'll have to pen a name to the ballot in order to vote for the seat.

Dyersville's longest serving council member, Mike English, is facing a late challenge in his bid for an eighth term as the city's Ward 2 representative.

With the city of Dyersville preparing to accept bids on the demolition of the next set of federal flood buyout properties, community leaders seek to avoid the appearance that some condemned properties are being looted of valuables before they meet the wrecking ball.