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Stopping in Iowa

THERE ARE STOPLIGHTS and then there are stoplights.

I could not believe the number of stoplights at this intersection in Dubuque, Iowa. Crazy.

You better know where you’re headed when you encounter this intersection in this major metro area just across the Mississippi River from Illinois. 129 more words

Dubuque, Iowa

My husband and I decided to go to Dubuque Iowa a few days ago, bringing our grand total of states visited to 16! I was lying in bed, staring at our travel map on the wall and thought, Iowa doesn’t look too far away. 662 more words

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Dubuque and other communities improve infrastructure for future natural disasters

Nick Fetty | September 8, 2014

Heavy rains and flash flooding has caused Dubuque to be declared a presidential disaster area on six different occasions in the last 16 years and climate change is expected to continue contributing to these problems. 247 more words

Iowa

#Schwartzventure

The second series post and already I’ve had to change up my tag, that’s because this adventure was of a particularly special sort, one with my family. 1,078 more words

Schwartz Athenaeum

365, 3: day 292

Dubuque, IA

So my parents are selling their house. Today, I snuck out of the wedding early, drove with them to Iowa, hung out with my sisters and nephew, and heard about plans for the future, which include this land. 48 more words

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Body of Dubuque man pulled from Mississippi River in Southern Wisconsin

The body of a Dubuque man was pulled from the Mississippi River north of the Quad Cities.

On Friday, August 8, 2014 the Grant County, Wisconsin Sheriff’s Office said 53-year-old Jerry Thill had been camping on an island north of Dubuque with four other men, … 113 more words

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