One of the many things affected by pandemic concerns and restrictions on schools is a limitation on volunteers. At Aquin Catholic, the majority of volunteer positions have had to remain vacant, in order to minimize the number of people going in and out of the school. Meredith Lahey is a rece… Read more
On Nov. 11, American Legion Post 528 held its annual Veteran’s Dinner with an estimated 80 attendees.
Ohnward Bank & Trust held its 25th annual Thanksgiving meal, Nov. 19, for the seniors of Cascade. In order to continue the tradition while observing COVID precautions, this year’s meal was delivered through a drive-through format at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Over the course of the da…
Multiple complaints have come in this past week of cars being vandalized or burglarized.
This year, Small Business Saturday has been redesigned for online shopping in Cascade, Nov. 28, following Black Friday.
On Nov. 18, a mask mandate went into effect in all of Dubuque County, requiring under law that citizens must wear face coverings in indoor public spaces when they cannot socially distance. Among other affected organizations, such as sports teams and other forms of recreation, local businesse…
Like all football teams, the Cascade Cougars began their fall drills wary of the scourge known as COVID-19. Would the virus allow for a full season? The violent collisions and close contact the sport is known for caused many to suspect competition may be curtailed at some point. But in the e…
Cougars earn volleyball awards
A pair of Cascade football players were singled out on the Class 1A, District 5. Jack Menster was named the district’s offensive skill MVP, while Ted Weber was named the district’s defensive utility MVP.