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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
In Dubuque, developer plans to transform empty school into affordable apartments
Cohen-Esrey Development Group is renovating Marquette Hall, site of Sacred Heart School until it closed in 2004, into 28 rental units for seniors. The group will list four apartment units at market rate; the remaining 24 will be considered affordable for low-income renters, people who make 60% of the median income.Battle rages in Iowa for elusive independent voters
DUBUQUE, Iowa - Abby Finkenauer says she's running for Congress to represent hard-working Iowans who just want "enough money at the end of the week to send their kids to baseball and softball practice and buy a case of beer." Rod Blum, the two-term Republican incumbent she hopes to unseat, is a self-made millionaire who often talks about how he grew up in poverty and has criticized fellow members of Congress who use taxpayer money to fly first-class or lease luxury cars.Christian leader SLAM Jeff Sessions' usage of the Bible to justify immigrant policy
Christian leaders across the country have taken issue with Attorney General Jeff Session's usage of the Bible as justification of his policy that is separating thousand of immigrant families at the border. Sessions cited Romans 13 to attempt to justify how separating families was ordained by God because 'orderly and lawful processes are good in themselves and protect the weak and lawful.'Dubuque homeless shelter seeing success with its transitional housing model
The Dubuque Rescue Mission's two of three homes on 25th and Elm St. in Dubuque. The Dubuque Rescue Mission owns three homes on 25th St. and Elm St. that it calls transitional homes.Grant Wood inspiration marks huge homecoming
The rural residents depicted in Grant Wood's famed "American Gothic" painting were installed Tuesday morning in the form of an oversized sculpture in Anamosa, the home of the late artist. Before 9 a.m., trucks carrying separate parts of the sculpture arrived and workers used a crane to lift the figures to their temporary location behind Wapsi Physical Therapy and Fitness Center, 315 E Main St. Passers-by paused to take pictures of the sculpture.Dubuque to open cooling centers during weekend heat wave
To offer some relief during this weekend's hot and humid weather, the City of Dubuque has established public cooling centers. Carnegie-Stout Public Library, 360 W 11th St. Friday, 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday, 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Dubuque Rescue Mission, 398 Main St., Drop-In Center, 2nd Floor Friday-Sunday, 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Mystique Community Ice Center, 1800 Admiral Sheehy Dr. Friday, 9:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sunday, 2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Multicultural Family Center, 1157 Central Ave. Friday, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Check on your neighbor, friends and relatives.Crisis centers in eastern Iowa see rise in calls, visits
So far this month, the National Suicide Prevention Line has seen a significant spike in calls. This comes after two celebrity suicides within one week of each other.With estimates over budget, Dubuque Community School District opens bids for school expansion
The Dubuque Community School District has begun taking bids for a new expansion at one of its schools, but estimates are over budget. After designs came back from architects this week, the school board in Dubuque opened bids to contractors in the area to determine the future of an expansion to the Alta Vista Campus.IDOT funds 4-lane project in Dubuque
A major transportation project in Dubuque will soon be completed following the Iowa Department of Transportation Commission's adoption of a five-year budget at a meeting in Des Moines Tuesday morning. The IDOT's five-year budget includes funding to pave all four lanes of the US52/Southwest Arterial - a six-mile roadway that will connect US20 at Seippel Rd. to US 61/151 in 2019.Luther College President Paula Carlson announces retirement
Paula Carlson, the tenth president of Luther College, is retiring at the end of the 2018-19 school year. The Luther College Board of Regents will initiate a search process in the coming months to identify Carlson's successor to begin serving Luther in the summer of 2019.Man, wife accused of stealing from his disabled mom, 90
A Dubuque man and his wife have been accused of stealing more than $200,000 from his 90-year-old mother. Dubuque County Court records say 64-year-old Howard Derby and 50-year-old Patti Derby are charged with felony dependent adult abuse-exploitation.Dubuque County Sheriff plans to move ahead with take home squad car program
The Dubuque County Sheriff plans to move ahead with a project that would allow deputies to take home squad cars. Sheriff Joe Kennedy argues this would have benefits for their employees and the community.Buckcherry coming to Dubuque
The band that came onto the scene in 1999 is known for their songs "Sorry," "Too Drunk," "Everything," and "All Night Long."Dubuque elementary school's charter status ends
Some Dubuque parents are concerned about the end of an elementary school's charter status, despite officials saying many of the school's practices will remain in place. The Telegraph Herald reports that the Dubuque Community School Board voted in January not to renew Prescott Elementary School's status as a charter school.Construction begins on Dubuque's second roundabout
The city of Dubuque is starting construction on its second roundabout at the intersection of University Avenue and North Grandview Avenue. Construction begins on Dubuque's second roundabout at the intersection of University and N Grandview Ave. on Thursday, June 7, 2018.Dubuque council approves $3 million development agreement despite some concerns
A developer is preparing to transform a dilapidated building on Dubuque's north end with some help from the city in grants and tax incentives. Steve Emerson of 3000 Jackson LC is planning to redevelop the old Dubuque Brewing and Malting Building on Jackson St. It's going to include retail space, more than 100 apartment units and parking.Dubuque PD hopes EQ training will improve community, personal interactions
The Dubuque Police Department is beginning a new training with their officers that can help them connect with people in crisis to de-escalate stressful and potentially violent situations. The training is on emotional intelligence, or EQ.Record absentee votes point to hefty turnout in Iowa primary
Winston, right, 3, and Eleana Shimkus, 5, help their mother, Christine Shimkus, of Dubuque, Iowa, submit her ballot at Theisen's Home-Farm-Auto in Dubuque, Iowa on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. Winston, center right, 3, and Eleana Shimkus, 5, help their mother, Christine Shimkus, left, of Dubuque, Iowa, vote at Theisen's Home-Farm-Auto in Dubuque, Iowa on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.The Latest: Polls close after strong Iowa primary turnout
Voters line up to cast a ballot in the Iowa primary at Des Moines Roosevelt High School Tuesday, June 5, 2018 in Des Moines, Iowa. Winston, center right, 3, and Eleana Shimkus, 5, help their mother, Christine Shimkus, left, of Dubuque, Iowa, vote at Theisen's Home-Farm-Auto in Dubuque, Iowa on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.5 Summer Flower-Growing Tips: These Blooms Can Take the Heat
Nothing boosts your curb appeal like a bounty of beautiful summer flowers. These tips will help enliven your garden even in the hot sun.
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