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Smaller March in Dubuque Brings Strong Voices

DUBUQUE, Iowa  —  Although the crowd marching in eastern Iowa may not have been as large as in Des Moines or other cities around the country, those who attended made their opinions just as known on Saturday. 134 more words

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One dead following three vehicle crash in Dubuque-Update driver cited

UPDATE: Police say they have now charged a driver involved in a deadly crash earlier this month. Patricia A. Feldman, 77, of Dubuque, was cited for failure to respond to a flashing yellow caution signal. 181 more words

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Inclusive Dubuque Workshop Highlights + Poll Results

 
Inclusive Dubuque Workshop
December 14, 2016, 9-10:30 AM
Roshek Building, McCarthy Center for Nonprofit Learning, 700 Locust St.

On Wednesday, December 14th Comprehensive Plan outreach was conducted with Inclusive Dubuque.  1,433 more words

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Review: The Infinite Sea

I don’t even know where to begin with this fantastic second novel in The 5th Wave trilogy by Rick Yancey. This was EPIC. There were so many mixed reviews about this book but I thought it was amazing. 365 more words

Dubuque Woman Gets Lifelong Wish Granted Before Losing Her Vision

DUBUQUE, Iowa  —  Bailey Schaul’s lifelong dream was to see the Dallas Cowboys in action, a wish that was finally granted.

Bailey was born with Wolfram syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes insulin dependent diabetes. 293 more words

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State report says slaying suspect competent to stand trial

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — A report from state experts says a man charged with sexually assaulting and killing a woman in Dubuque is competent to stand trial. 104 more words

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The Obama/Trump Voters: Why They Mattered

Dubuque County is the sort of county that has made Iowa and the majority of the Midwest lean blue.  The county has not voted Republican since Dwight Eisenhower’s landslide 1956 reelection victory.   524 more words

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