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Driftless Father's Day

This Father’s Day I found that, by some kind of unanticipated-gap-in-the-Red-Sea-level miracle, neither of my children had any events scheduled, so I gave myself a present and did something I’d been meaning to do for a year; take them to Dubuque. 556 more words


Iowa’s biggest solar power operation is under construction

Katelyn Weisbrod | June 21, 2017

Construction for the biggest solar power operation in the state is underway.

Alliant Energy is building 15,600 solar panels on 21 acres near Dubuque to produce enough energy to power 727 Iowa homes every year. 185 more words


Dubuque woman accused of stealing from disabled man

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — Authorities have accused a Dubuque woman of stealing from a disabled man while she worked for a service agency.

The Dubuque Telegraph Herald… 81 more words


Two Iowa High School Students Named Triple Threats

DES MOINES, Iowa  —  It was a packed house at the Des Moines Civic Center as 700 students representing 60 schools took the stage to show off their talents. 106 more words


The 1919 Marriage of Ethel Woodington and Monroe Hope

Groom: Michael William Hope married Mary Ellen Fralick > Monroe Hope

Bride: Furman Woodington married Clara Barbara “Dolly” Sturmer > Ethel Woodington

Witnesses: Elizabeth S. Sturmer (Dolly’s sister) married George Merry Bishop > Ruth M. 66 more words


365, 6: day 225

Dubuque, IA

We bought flowers at the farmer’s market, picked more from the yard, and spent the morning decorating the patio of the winery where my sister works for her wedding shower! 70 more words


365, 6: day 224

Dubuque, IA

First, I slept in until 10:30 today and didn’t really feel fully awake until closer to 11:30. Then, I had one simple, quick errand to do today, and somehow that took the entire day. 164 more words