Rentech Nitrogen Partners in East Dubuque, Ill. announced today (10/30) that it has signed a long-term agreement with Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc., a company based in Brussels Germany, to supply TKI with ammonia produced at its East Dubuque facility. TKI… Continue reading →
According to school officials, a Prescott Elementary School student was removed from school yesterday after a small pocketknife was displayed.
In an email sent to parents on Wednesday, Principal Chris McCarron said administrators learned that a student displayed a pocketknife… Continue reading →
This morning (10/29) in First District Court, Judge Thomas Bitter upheld the life imprisonment sentence imposed on 38 year old Sean Rhomberg, formerly of Dubuque. Rhomberg was convicted in 1992 of first-degree murder after he fatally stabbed 70 year old… Continue reading →
Area law enforcement officials are cautioning adults taking children out for trick-or-treating to make sure they know where registered sex offenders live.
Correctional agencies in Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin restrict registered sex offenders whose victims were younger than 18 from… Continue reading →
A Durango, Iowa, woman was injured after a two-vehicle crash Monday morning.
50 year old Suzette Smith was eastbound on Old Highway Road near Seippel Road at about 6:30 a.m. Monday, when a car driven by 28 year old Kevin… Continue reading →
A man accused of shooting buildings and vehicles in downtown Dubuque pleaded not guilty to a charge of intimidation with a dangerous weapon.
18 year old Demarcus D. Timmons of 1439 Bluff St., entered his written plea last week in… Continue reading →
On Monday evening 10/27, Dubuque Schools Superintendent Stan Rheingans shared details on how much progress has been made on the 22 “priority initiatives” for 2014-15 which are listed in the district’s strategic plan.
Initiatives were categorized as either completed or… Continue reading →
The Iowa Department of Public Health officials say there are already two flu strains circulating in the state.
Department medical director Dr. Patricia Quinlisk says “This is the perfect time to get your flu vaccination. Identification of two circulating strains… Continue reading →
East Dubuque residents who head to the polls on Nov. 4th will be voting again on whether or not to support a proposed expansion and remodeling project for the library.
The plan centers on a proposed 4,730-square-foot addition to… Continue reading →
The Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce elected four new board members at its October meeting.
The newly elected members are: Kelli Harter, Carmen Knipper, Doug Langston, and Terry Manchester..
Their terms will expire in December 2017. Members can serve two… Continue reading →