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HS BASKETBALL: West Delaware’s Krogmann 5th player to score 1,000 Points in Program History

HS BASKETBALL: West Delaware’s Krogmann 5th player to score 1,000 Points in Program History

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: West Delaware junior Derek Krogmann etched his name into the history books of the West Delaware boys basketball program Friday night as the 5th player all-time to reach the 1,000 point mark. Krogmann tallied 24 points in the Hawks 58-38 win over Central DeWitt at home and is the first player to

Peosta Woman Announces Run for Iowa House

A Peosta woman has announced she is running for a seat in the Iowa House. Nancy Fett will be a Democratic candidate for District 57, which represents most of Dubuque County, including Dyersville, Holy Cross and Epworth. Fett has taught in the social work program at Loras College in Dubuque for more than 22 years

Several Honored with Manchester Chamber Awards

A reliable longtime Manchester business has been named the Manchester Chamber’s Business of the Year. Widner Drug and Gift, located in downtown Manchester, was honored with the award at last night’s Manchester Chamber Kickoff Social. Pharmacist Bob Sack just sold the business to a new local owner at the beginning of the year – and

West Delaware Exceeds State Average in “Report Card”

The Iowa Department of Education recently issued “report cards” for school across the state. It’s called the Iowa School Report Card. West Delaware Superintendent Dr. Kristen Rickey explains: Rickey says the school board were presented with the results at last week’s meeting and she’s proud of West Delaware’s results. Superintendent Rickey also shared information on

Successful First Year for Dubuque County Drug Disposal Box

It’s been one year since the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office installed their Prescription Drug Disposal Box… and officials consider it a success.   Over 350 pounds of prescription drugs were collected, along with nearly 190 pounds of non-prescription drugs, such as over-the-counter medications and vitamins.   The Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens to continue utilizing the