Old MacDonald has a farm, right at the Dubuque County Fair. Well, it’s really more of a petting zoo, but the farm has been a fair attraction for the last six years and run by the Tom Hunt family, of Cascade, and the Phil Kruse family, of Farley. With help from a growing number of friends, he… Read more
For the past year, 12-year-olds Kobi McAllister and Ryan Casey have been getting first-hand experience in managing their own entrepreneurial business, mowing lawns in Cascade. While operating their enterprises independently with their own equipment, the two boys work as a team to service hom…
New and expectant mothers in Cascade will soon have a new local source for baby clothing and accessories at Baile Boutique. The new store, named after the Irish word for “home” is opening on First Avenue and specializes in providing clothing for children from babies to sixth grade.
Joe Laban, a veteran from Bernard, was presented with a Quilt of Valor at the Jackson County Fair, July 30. Quilts of Valor are created and presented as special thank you gifts to show appreciation for all that a veteran has sacrificed. From left, Kim Tauke, Linda Laban and Joe Laban.
Cascade officials seek help after vandalism
Emma Wink, 17, of the Fillmore Achievers, works to maintain control of her lamb during the Breeding Sheep/Commercial Lamb competition, July 26.
Winning player awards in the 76th annual Cascade American Legion Post 528 Semi-Pro Baseball Tournament were: