On a night when Cascade recognized this year’s senior class, the Cougars came out with a vengeance, to dominate the Wilton Beavers, 34-6, due in part to some senior performances. Senior Isaac DeLaRosa led the defense with 10 tackles. Senior Casey Koppes had five, Ted Weber had 4.5 tackles, t… Read more
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During his normal report at the Jones County Board of Supervisors meeting, Jones County Engineer Derek Snead updated board members on the work that’s gone into rehabbing the county’s bridges over the past seven years.
Due to a procedural error, the Cascade City Council has been obligated to restart an ordinance from scratch involving the vacating of lot 1A Block 2 of Oak Hill. While the council was on its third reading of this ordinance Sept. 28, Councilman Bill Hosch raised the issue of the procedure’s l…
Dubuque County’s legal counsel says it does not have to pay the firm of County Supervisor Jay Wickham’s sister for work that only Wickham authorized.
The first year of ATVs and UTVs on Dubuque County roads appears to have passed mildly — both in economic impact and burden to law enforcement.
Cascade’s 12-4 volleyball team traveled to Camanche, Sept. 22, to take on the Indians and came home with a four-set win (25-19, 23-25, 25-20, 25-21).
Cascade’s boys’ cross country team ran to a third-place finish at the Center Point-Urbana Invitational, Sept. 22, and the girls finished fourth.
The Cascade cross country teams ran well at the Anamosa Invitational Sept. 26, one coach Bob Davidshofer commented was the strongest field the Cougars have competed in thus far.