It should come as no surprise to those who know her or her famil, that Cascade native Hannah Frey has an ear and a heart for music. Nor should it catch anyone off guard that she is releasing her first album, titled “White Picket Fence.”
Since April 4 the Cascade Area Chamber of Commerce was without a director, but the role — vital to the success and growth of the business community — no longer sits vacant with the hiring of Katelyn Wolfe.
Representatives from the Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) were in Cascade Nov. 11 to present services they can offer to area businesses. The Cascade Economic Development Corporation organized the event.
Just when you may have been thinking the days can’t get much shorter or the temperatures much colder, the Hometown Days Committee hopes to brighten your days by announcing that The Swing Crew will be the Friday musical headliner for the fifth annual event, Aug. 14-16.
Two Western Dubuque School Board incumbents won reelection Nov. 5 while the race for the District 4 seat on the board could be headed for a recount.
About 25 Cascade-area residents attended the second of a pair of workshops presented by the Heart & Soul Committee at Cascade High School Nov. 7. The first of the presentations took place Nov. 3 and included the same information; the dates and times of the events were staggered to encour…
The developer of a subdivision located east of Peosta plans to temporarily reopen a private road, creating what neighborhood residents view as a safer path to the community.
After nearly two months of ATVs and UTVs being allowed on roads overseen by Dubuque County, law enforcement officials report few problems, while at least one restaurant owner has seen a modest rise in rider patronage.
Dubuque County health care professionals are calling for a fix to apparent discrepancies between data reported via the state immunization record system and the actual local immunization rate.
The Cascade Players will perform an adaptation of a play that was written more than 400 years ago when they present “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare.
They had a ball working on the project, and nine members of Girl Scout Troop 7420, from Cascade, have received the highest award Junior Girl Scouts can receive.
As more Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department deputies take home their vehicles between shifts, response times to emergency calls are improving, officials say.
Area farmers who have been hit hard by an ongoing trade war with China could see another financial setback — a higher property tax bill.
Fundraising for the new pool was completed at the end of the summer and construction is well underway, with the deep end of the pool poured and construction beginning on the bathhouse.
For the second time in two months, homeowners Angie and Marvin Manternach spoke to the Cascade City Council during Monday’s meeting to find out what, if anything, the city would do about water damage that occurred in the basement of their home at 419 1st Ave. West during a heavy rainfall June 15.
Local leaders impacted by children’s mental health issues discussed the role schools play in addressing those challenges and how to improve access to services.
Men and women in the Cascade area will want to poof their hair up with a can or two of hairspray upon hearing that the theme for the 2020 Hometown Days celebration is “The 80s.”
Woodward Communications Inc., parent company of the Dyersville Commercial, announced Oct. 25 a change in executive leadership within its Woodward Community Media division. Bob Woodward has been chosen to lead the division.
The members of Cascade’s Heart & Soul Committee have been a busy bunch over the past few months, collecting and categorizing information about what makes Cascade special through personal interviews, surveys and by asking for community input.
A downtown cornerstone since 1921, the bank building is getting a new lease on life through an extensive rehabilitation project undertaken by developer Jesse Loewen. The project has also received a fiscal shot in the arm from a $100,000 Community Catalyst Grant, just one of several state pro…
Cajun food enthusiasts waiting for the newness to wear off before visiting PePaul’s Café in Cascade can change their lunch or dinner plans because the short-lived eatery recently closed its doors for good after being open less than one month.