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Prison Sentence For Dubuque Man On Weapons Charges

Nearly two years in prison for a Dubuque felon found in possession of a firearm. 22 year old Tremaine L. Moore Jr. was sentenced to one year and nine months in prison after previously pleading guilty to possession of a firearm by a felon. He was pulled over by police in December and a loaded … Continue Reading Prison Sentence For Dubuque Man On Weapons Charges

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Two people injured in chain-reaction crash on Northwest Arterial in Dubuque

Two people were injured in a chain-reaction crash Friday on the Northwest Arterial in Dubuque. Timothy A. Demmer, 51, of Dubuque, was taken to UnityPoint Health-Finley Hospital, according to a crash report. Sandra J. Cliff, 57, of Reedsburg, Wis., was treated at the scene. The crash occurred at about 3:10 p.m. Friday in the southbound … Continue Reading Two people injured in chain-reaction crash on Northwest Arterial in Dubuque

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Volunteers from tri-state region lend helping hand in Florida following Hurricane Ian

As the high water continues to recede from Hurricane Ian’s devastation of Florida’s coastline, responders from the tri-state region already headed there to volunteer in the relief effort. Red Cross volunteers set out on Saturday to Miami to help those impacted by the catastrophic category 4 hurricane that left millions acros the state devastated. -0-

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Dubuque couple are facing child neglect chaqrges after exposing their toddler daughter to drugs

A Dubuque couple are facing child neglect chaqrges after exposing their toddler daughter to drugs. Court documents satate that, Antonio J. Kitch, 29, and Amanda L. Draves, 32, took their 2-year-old daughter to MercyOne Dubuque Medical Center on May 20 after the child was found not breathing. Tests of the child’s hair showed exposure to … Continue Reading Dubuque couple are facing child neglect chaqrges after exposing their toddler daughter to drugs

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Two women and a teen were arrested following a fight outside of a Dubuque laundromat

Two women and a teen were arrested following a fight outside of a Dubuque laundromat, and police say additional charges are pending for other individuals. Rhonda D. Timmons, 32, was arrested Saturday, and Kiera S. Colbert, 27, and a 16 year old girl also were taken into custody during a disturbance Thursday outside Super Wash, … Continue Reading Two women and a teen were arrested following a fight outside of a Dubuque laundromat

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Galena Holding Final Open Burn Period Upcoming

The City of Galena will hold its final open burn period later this fall, with plans to offer periodic free pickup of yard waste instead of permitting the burn. The Telegraph Herald reports City Council members this week approved the five-day open burn, which will take place from Nov. 3 to 7, with rain dates … Continue Reading Galena Holding Final Open Burn Period Upcoming

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Three Men Accused Of Attacking Man In Dubuque

Three men were arrested on riot charges Thursday night after police said they were part of a group that attacked a man in Dubuque. Police say Josiah M. Bogovich, 19, and Abdulrahem A. Sobuh, 24, both of 251 Kaufmann Ave.; and Scott W. Johnson, 27, of 253 Kaufmann Ave., entered Northside Liquor & Tobacco, 2013 … Continue Reading Three Men Accused Of Attacking Man In Dubuque

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Historic Lancaster movie theater reopened this week

LANCASTER, Wis. – A historic Lancaster movie theater reopened this week after closing for mold removal and cleanup. The Grantland Theatre, on S. Madison St., welcomed movie goers back on Tuesday after being closed for two weeks, due to mold found in the city-owned building, Lancaster City Administrator David Carlson said. The repairs and cleaning … Continue Reading Historic Lancaster movie theater reopened this week