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Dubuque lies at the junction of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin, which is known as the Tri-State Area. It is among the oldest settlements west of the Mississippi River, and also Iowa's oldest city. It was named after Julien Dubuque, a fur-trader and the first permanent French-Canadian settler. It's slogan is the "Masterpiece of the Mississippi," and has been called the "key city," because it symbolized the door to settler's dreams of a better life. Today it is a historical and cultural center of Iowa, as well as a major retail, educational and employment center of the Tri-State Area.
Local Newspapers: Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Local Sports Teams: Dubuque Fighting Saints (US Hockley League)
Local Colleges: Loras College Clarke College University of Dubuque Emmaus Bible College
Zip Codes associated with dubuque, iowa:
52001 52002 52003
Towns/Cities near dubuque, iowa : Ashbury Dyersville Cascade Sageville Monticello Maquoketa
Man pleads guilty for role in letting 7 kids live in squalor
On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.Red Cross Sound the Alarm Campaign Exceeds Goal, 103,000 Smoke Alarms Installed Across U.S
WASHINGTON, May 23: Over the course of just a few weeks in April and May, more than 30,900 volunteers and thousands of partners from across the country joined the American Red Cross to Sound the Alarm against home fires by installing 103,400 free smoke alarms in communities at high risk for fires. "We are so grateful for everyone who contributed to the success of this inaugural lifesaving effort," said Gail McGovern, President and CEO of the Red Cross.City of Dubuque researches an aquatic summer activity
The city has identified splash pads as a top priority for 2019, and it's also something people in Dubuque have asked for. A splash pad is an area that usually has a cement or rubber surface.Cynthia Spears
Cynthia Lee Spears, age 62, of Osage passed away Saturday, May 19, 2018, at her home in Osage after a battle with cancer. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 26, 2018, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 833 Ash Street, Osage, Iowa, with Rev.Lockdown Update: Students taken to nearby school for pick up; armed man in custody
UPDATE: According to the Dubuque Community School District , with the assistance of the Dubuque Police Department, students at Fulton Elementary School are being taken by bus to Audubon Elementary School, to be released to parents. Our coverage partners at the Telegraph Herald report that the armed man has been taken into custody and that police say they are reopening many of the roadways near the area.How the FBI informant's outreach to Trump staffers fits into overall investigation
Sam Clovis speaks during a news conference as then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump watches before a campaign rally in Dubuque, Iowa, on Aug. 25, 2016. On Monday evening, The Post revealed the identity of the FBI informant at the center of President Trump's recent frustrations.Dubuque officials looking for dog involved in biting incident
According to the City of Dubuque Health Services Department, the dog bit an individual between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday night at the intersection of Primrose Street and Davenport Street. They say the dog was running loose at the time and ran behind the houses on Davenport Street following the incident.Iowa Students Get Career Experience Before College
Shadowing surgeries at UnityPoint Health-Finley Hospital has given the Wahlert Catholic High School senior the chance to see a different side of the human body. "I just thought it would be a good opportunity for me to learn about the body," she told the Telegraph Herald .Deere donates land for new Dubuque park
The company announced it is donating 137 acres to Dubuque County adjacent to the plant with the requirement that the county develop a year-round outdoor recreation site. The Dubuque County Conservation Board approved the plan at its meeting Thursday night.Arrest made in 2016 Bellevue Murder
On December 25, 2016, the Bellevue Police Department was called to the residence of James Michael Remakel located at 606 South Riverview Drive. Upon arrival, law enforcement found a forced open door and the body of deceased Remakel.Dubuque schools considering connecting cameras to city system
Dubuque County, the City of Dubuque and the Dubuque Community School District are discussing connecting their systems. Nathan Gilmore, Dubuque County Information Technology Superintendent, said things are still in the early planning phase.Dubuque clinic paying fines for improperly filling prescriptions
A Dubuque health clinic has agreed to pay more than $40,000 in fines for improperly issuing or refilling prescriptions. According to federal court documents, Crescent Community Health Center is paying $40,000 in penalties after employees issued eight refills for controlled substances in 2013 despite not having the credentials or authority to do so.Dubuque officials may link city, county, school cameras
The Telegraph Herald reports that school officials have proposed the idea with the goal of helping first responders during emergencies. Dubuque County Information Technology Superintendent Nathan Gilmore says a new server could give emergency responders access to the cameras.Washington High School building golf dynasty
The Demons have won 2 of the last 3 State Titles, and they are heavy favorites to do it agian this year. The Demons have won 2 of the last 3 State Titles, and they are heavy favorites to do it agian this year.Reynolds signs bill to address opioid epidemic
Calling it a move that "represents a significant step forward in Iowa's efforts to address the opioid epidemic," Gov. Kim Reynolds signed into law a comprehensive bill Monday that aims to combat the growing problem. Through several provisions, House File 2377 aims to address the problem of opioid abuse and addiction at several angles, but particularly from the standpoint of curving prescription abuse.Dubuque school board approves contract for Hempstead pool
That's after the Dubuque School Board approved a contract with Tricon Construction. Bids were taken on the project in March but came in too high.Parts of the Mississippi and Cedar are high but falling
The information for the rivers is the latest as of Monday evening. Flooding is affecting only the Mississippi and Cedar.Police investigating racist letter found inside Dubuque apartment building
Executive Management manages 3280 Raven Oaks Dr. A racist letter was found inside the building on Wednesday, May 9. The apartment's management group says it's a tenant that wrote the letter and posted it just inside the doorway near the mailboxes. Executive Management Broker's Associate Sarah Mess said she first got a call from a woman about the letter on Wednesday, May 9. "She read a little bit of the letter to the front desk person who said,' hold on,' transferred to me, and then she explained to me that she got this letter," Mess explained.Dubuque Public Works begins asphalt overlay program across city
The goal of the asphalt overlay program in the city is to extend the lifespan of the roads. The first project Monday morning will be on Arboretum Park Road.Dubuque Fire Department responds to water rescue
Dubuque Fire Department say they responded to a report of a water/ice rescue at Shoreline near Terminal St. Friday night. Authorities say an individual ran away from police, stopped their vehicle on East Dubuque Bridge and jumped in the river, close to the Iowa side.
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