SLAUGHTER added to FAIR Line-Up

The Dubuque County Fair is announcing a line-up change for the rock concert on Friday, July 30, 2021 for the 68th Annual Dubuque County Fair. Our special guest Skid Row has announced “Due to circumstances out of our control and continuing COVID restrictions, Skid Row must regretfully postpone their upcoming July tour dates. They apologize…
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Dubuque Community Ice & Recreation Center, Inc. to Relinquish Leasehold Rights Effective July 31

The City of Dubuque received notice from Dubuque Community Ice & Recreation Center, Inc. (DICE) on June 17, 2021, of its intent to relinquish its leasehold rights effective July 31, 2021. The City is working with DICE President Marvin Heiderscheit to transition the day-to-day operations of the facility. The Mystique Community Ice Center was designed, developed,…
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YOUTH BASEBALL TEAMS REPRESENTING NEW YORK CITY AND CHICAGO TO PLAY IN SPECIAL GAME PRIOR TO “MLB AT FIELD OF DREAMS PRESENTED BY GEICO”

14u Teams from DREAM and the White Sox ACE Programs Will Compete in the “A Dream Fulfilled” Game on the Iconic Movie Set Field, Airing Nationally on FS1 on Wed., August 11th Major League Baseball today announced that two 14u baseball teams representing New York City and Chicago will compete in a special exhibition game,…
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New “Helpful Place” for Peosta Coming Soon

New Steve’s Ace Hardware Store Scheduled to Open in Early 2022 Family business part of Tri-State Area since 1988 PEOSTA, Iowa – The “helpful place” will soon be part of your neighborhood. Scheduled to open its doors in early 2022, Steve’s Ace, located at 456 Peosta St. in Peosta (at the corner of Burds Rd.…
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Peosta Elementary Parent Group (PEP) raising funds to upgrade playground!

The Peosta Elementary Parent Group, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, wishes to upgrade Peosta Elementary’s playground to an accessible and inclusive playground.  Our current playground was built 15 years ago and at that time, they didn’t offer the accessible and inclusive equipment like they do now. By upgrading our playground to an accessible and inclusive playground…
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Free Riverview Center 2021 Character Strong Camps

PRE – K THROUGH 5th GRADE June 21 – August 13, 2021 Join us for the return of our FREE summer character camps! While participating in crafts, games, sing-a-longs and more, children will be learning the traits of PurposeFull People – courage, respect, perseverance, gratitude, honesty, kindness, empathy, responsibility, cooperation and creativity. ·       …
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2021 Back Waters Outdoor Concert Series

Q Casino is proud to announce 2 additional performances on the Back Waters Stage; Mitchell Tenpenny along with Walker Hayes will perform on Friday, July 9th.   On Saturday, August 14, Tesla along with Wayland will take the Stage.  Mitchell TenPenny Performing, Friday, July 9,  Since the release of his debut single, “Drunk Me,” Riser House/Columbia…
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Dubuque Recycling Event Diverts 19,000 Pounds of Electronics from Landfill

On June 12, 2021, the City of Dubuque Public Works Department, in partnership with the Dubuque Metropolitan Area Solid Waste Agency (DMASWA), held an electronics drop-off recycling event at the Municipal Services Center in Dubuque. In total, 237 people participated, recycling over 340 televisions and other household electronics, resulting in 19,000 pounds of material diverted…
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City of Dubuque Launches Residential Broadband Survey

DUBUQUE, Iowa – The City of Dubuque has launched a Residential Broadband Survey to gather information from residents about their current internet and cell phone services. Residents are encouraged to participate and provide feedback that will guide efforts to increase access to affordable, fast, and reliable broadband in Dubuque. Broadband Acceleration Initiative With the goal of…
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Common carcinogens everyone should know about

A carcinogen is any substance that can be cancer-causing. Carcinogens can be found in the air, the products a person uses or even in popular foods and beverages. Scientists continually study exposures that can contribute to the formation of cancer. The National Cancer Institute reminds the public that, while carcinogens have the potential to be…
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