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Gonzales, La., scored three runs in the top of the first inning and hung on to defeat Dubuque County, 3-2, this morning on the final... [Read More]
A hefty rabbit earned a Dubuquer a state title at the Iowa State Fair. [Read More]
Iowa lieutenant governor candidate and Iowa Sen. Rita Hart will appear at two local events Monday. [Read More]
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A hay barn was destroyed by fire Saturday night in rural Bernard. [Read More]
Authorities said a teen fatally shot Saturday at a state shooting range north of Darlington appears to have killed himself. [Read More]
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A fundraising page has been set up to help a Dubuque coffeehouse severely damaged by a fire in July. [Read More]
Team DASH finished 10th overall in the team race at the Iowa Swimming Long Course Championships at the University of Iowa Campus Recreation & Wellness... [Read More]
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Dubuque Senior's Anna Pfeiffer is the highest returning city placewinner from last season's state meet in Marshalltown, Iowa. She took fifth in both the 50... [Read More]
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A wrecked Cadillac fleetwood. [Read More]
Dan Borgen (left), owner of Platteville Web Solutions, and Rosa Moore talk about the challenges of starting and owning your own business at Platteville Public... [Read More]
Sister Therese Frelo, BVM (Ann Carmelle), 88, of 1050 Carmel Drive, Dubuque, Iowa, died Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, at Marian Hall. [Read More]
Thirty caption suggestions for this photo were posted to the Telegraph Herald Facebook page. [Read More]
The leaders of Dubuque Racing Association hope a multi-million investment in Veterans Memorial Plaza and the surrounding area will honor those who served and jump-start... [Read More]
An average of about 400 tons of trash per day is taken to the Dubuque-area landfill. [Read More]
More than 100 area kids spent Saturday morning on the Mississippi in pursuit of the biggest fish. Friends and family gathered later in the day... [Read More]
A man accused of killing a Dubuque woman at her home has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. [Read More]
Sherri and Gary Portz, the parade grand marshals for Cascade Hometown Days parade, share how much they like the 50s/60s theme for the day and... [Read More]
Partial lane closures on a busy Dubuque Street will start Monday. [Read More]
In an election year, no place is safe from partisan politics, not even the Iowa State Fair. [Read More]
A fundraising page has been set up to help a Dubuque coffee house severely damaged by a fire in July. [Read More]
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