Citing improved versatility and better customer service, the Cascade City Council voted unanimously Monday to move its hosting of the City website to SOCS website services.
More than $20 million in renovations to Northeast Iowa Community College facilities in Dubuque and Peosta are expected to start next year.
Considering the “new norm” of severe weather events in the area, the Dubuque County Conservation Board (DCCB) and consultants are proposing extensive changes to make parks more resilient.
A six-room addition to Peosta Elementary School will move forward after the Western Dubuque School Board approved a resolution supporting the project at its Oct. 14 board meeting.
A chorus of chattering teeth echoed through the parking lot of Cascade Elementary as students were excited to see the culmination of their efforts in the frigid October morning air.
Ask many people what they ate for supper three nights earlier and the answer might be a blank stare. Ask Cascade resident Hailey Manternach the same question and you’ll get a detailed response — plan on it.
Assessed values for apartment buildings, nursing homes and mobile home parks in rural Dubuque County will rise by 17% in 2019, according to officials.
There were no phone calls reported from Cascade to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), but there were still plenty of rockets in the morning skies above the American Legion Park Sept. 20.
Western Dubuque officials will hold a public hearing at their school board meeting Monday, Oct. 14. The hearing is on the proposed issuance of approximately $2 million of school infrastructure sales, service and use tax bonds, that officials hope to use to fund a building expansion at Peosta…
An Earlville hog farmer took the stand Thursday and addressed the central question in his first-degree murder trial.
For almost 40 years, many Cascade residents have counted on Herb Manternach to keep their houses dry and warm, and to help keep their lights on. They’ve gotten used to seeing his red repair truck and the way he conducts business as the owner of Manternach Plumbing, Heating and Electric.
Some ATV and UTV enthusiasts hit the roads of Dubuque County Sept. 11 — the first day on which the vehicles were allowed on roadways overseen by the county.
Construction could begin as early as November on an addition to Peosta Elementary School, after the Western Dubuque School Board approved a contract with Neumann Monson Architects at its regular meeting Sept. 9.
Although it is technically not known as “Main Street,” Cascade’s 1st Avenue serves as the city’s main thoroughfare through its downtown district. As such, the functionality and aesthetics of not just the buildings, but of the alleys and parking lots around them, provide the town’s main impression.
Horse-riding enthusiasts, as well as citizens who have a first-hand appreciation of the special needs therapeutic horseback riding can address, are invited to participate in the inaugural “Power of the Herd 24-Hour Ride-a-Thon,” being hosted by Inspiration Stables Friday, Sept. 27 and Saturd…
For generations, Cascade citizens have turned out to enjoy Cascade High’s annual Homecoming parade and football game. In turn, CHS students have taken the party on the road to Cascade Elementary and Aquin Catholic schools to fit in as much fun as they could.
When lifelong Bernard resident Anne (Molony) Feeney died Aug. 12, it was tantamount to closing down a section of the library dealing with the town’s history. At 99 years of age, Feeney was a well-loved part of Bernard and touched the lives of many, both physically and figuratively.