Neil and Linda Hoeger, Worthington, are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary.
Leander and Lavonne Burkle are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary. Leander Burkle and Lavonne Feldmann were united in marriage Sept. 8, 1956 at St. Joseph Church in Earlville.
Gerald and Joan (Müller) Gaul, of Farley, are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary. They were united in marriage June 12,1956 at St. Clement’s Church in Bankston. Their children plan to help them celebrate: Mary Jo (Steve) Scott, James Gaul, Julie (Walter) Culbertson, Laurie (Mark) Fal…
Don and Cathy (Clemen) Keppler of Manchester were married 60 years ago June 6, 1961 at the Holy Cross Church in Holy Cross. They are the proud parents of five children, 13 grandkids and 13 great grandkids.
Arnie and Joyce Bries were married 50 years ago, Feb. 20, 1971, in SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Petersburg. Their family has grown with their children and grandchildren: Brian and Maria Bries, with Lauren and Christian; Amy and Travis Priem, with Tyler (Katie Meyers) and Chezney; Deb…
Marv and Vicki Maiers are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 13. Marv Maiers and Vicki Courchane were married at St. Francis Xavier Basilica Feb. 13, 1971. They have one daughter, Kristine (Tim) Petsche of Neenah, Wis. and three grandchildren: Hannah (Michael Wisniewski) Petsche…
Don and Janet (Decker) Schmitt are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary Nov. 26, with a 9 a.m. Mass at St. Francis Catholic Church, Balltown, where they were married Nov. 26, 1960.
Wayne and Joan Demmer, of Epworth, are celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary Oct. 18, with a 9 a.m. mass at St. Patrick’s Church and a dinner following with their immediate family.
Walter and Jane (Bertling) Puccio, of Cascade, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. with a drive-by parade event for friends and family at 7835 Burds Road, Peosta. This will be a COVID-friendly event, so Walter and Jane will maintain a six-foot distance at all tim…
Due to an increase in positive COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks, Western Dubuque High School will require masks of all students and staff beginning Thursday, Oct. 14.
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