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Car Crashes into Winthrop Post Office

A car crashed into the Winthrop Post Office on Friday. The Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office says the car was pulling into the post office’s parking lot when she accelerated into the building. The driver, Linda Peterson of Winthrop, was not hurt. No one inside the post office was injured either. Authorities say the crash appeared

Car Crashes into Aurora Library & Comet Center

The Aurora Public Library was damaged Tuesday afternoon when a car crashed into the building. Moments before the crash, the Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office had received a 911 report of an assault that reportedly happened in the 200 block of Alice Street. While they were responding, they were advised that an allegedly drunk driver had

Beckman Musical Sold-Out for Second Time in School History

Beckman Catholic High School in Dyersville is giving an encore performance of their spring musical tonight. “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” sold out tickets for all three of its performances this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday and, unfortunately, even had to turn people away. So, they’ve added an additional show tonight at 7:30 pm. Director

Illegal Transport of Fuel Discovered in Fayette County

Authorities have discovered thousands of gallons of fuel have been illegally transported into Fayette County. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office has been conducting the investigation on the illegal transportation of thousands of gallons of petroleum and diesel fuel from Waverly to Arlington and Volga. The Sheriff’s Office learned a week ago that 22-year old Zachary

Manchester and Dyersville Ambassadors’ Visits

The Manchester Chamber Ambassadors recently visited several businesses in town to celebrate some major accomplishments. The Ambassadors visited Community Savings Bank’s newest location at 111 East Main Street. The new location houses their internet operations department. The group also held a ribbon cutting at Brehme Drug to celebrate Ashley Brehme’s new ownership of the business.

New Banners in Downtown Manchester

Manchester has some new banners hanging up downtown. The new banners say “Grow With Us”, with smaller banners reading “Family”, “Community” and “Opportunity” hanging on the other side of the street lamp poles. Manchester City Manager Tim Vick says the City purchases new banners every couple years with funds from the hotel/motel tax. This year’s banners