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One injured in crash early Thursday

One person was injured in an early morning crash in Jo Daviess County. At about 6:35 a.m. on Thursday, the Jo Daviess County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a two-vehicle crash with injuries on Illinois Route 84 North at High Ridge Road in rural Galena, a news release says.
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Dubuque Issue Bear Aware Alert

(Dubuque, IA) — Leaders in Dubuque are asking residents should be “bear aware” amid reports of a black bear roaming northeast Dubuque since early May. The city released information that it is working with the Iowa D-N-R, the Dubuque County Conservation Board, and the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department to monitor the bear’s movement. The bear has reportedly focused on eating birdseed, pet food and garbage. The city asks everyone to remove the easy meals for the bear by putting away birdseed, barbeque drip pans, and putting food and garbage in places bears can’t access them. A D-N-R wildlife biologist says once the food is gone, the bear will move on to natural food sources out of town.
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New exhibit set to open in Dubuque at River Museum

In the Facebook post, Laura Carolan McConnell, who took the video, said it isn’t the first time, but it’s still a shock to see a bear in Hesper. Crews rescued a man from a grain bin in Iowa County. Friday marks one year since Xavior Harrelson disappeared from...
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City says Dubuque Residents Need to “Bear Aware”

The City of Dubuque and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are encouraging residents to be “bear aware” in response to the black bear that has been seen roaming northeast Dubuque since early May. The Iowa DNR is working with the City of Dubuque, the Dubuque County...
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Dubuque residents should stay ‘bear aware’ city officials say

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) - Dubuque city officials say residents should be “bear aware” amid reports of a black bear roaming northeast Dubuque since early May. In a press release, officials said the city is working with the Iowa DNR, the Dubuque County Conservation Board, and the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department to monitor the bear’s movement.
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Dubuque’s Black Bear Needs a Name!

Having grown up in Dubuque and living elsewhere for several years, I certainly understand the appeal of relocating back to the area. Folks here are friendly, and we have safe neighborhoods. Not to mention great food, beautiful Mississippi River views, and some fantastic trails to roam. It's no surprise that...
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Eastern Iowans warned over roaming black bear

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) — Dubuque and other eastern Iowa towns are warning residents to be bear aware this Memorial Day weekend. A black bear has been seen roaming through northeast Dubuque since the beginning of the month. The bear has reportedly focused on eating seeds, pet food and garbage.
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Dubuque Officials Issue Bear Aware Alert

Leaders in Dubuque are asking residents to be “bear aware” amid reports of a black bear roaming northeast Dubuque since early May. The city released information that it is working with the Iowa DNR, the Dubuque County Conservation Board, and Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department to monitor the bear’s movement. The bear has reportedly focused on eating birdseed, pet food and garbage. The city asks everyone to remove the easy meals for the bear by putting away birdseed, barbeque drip pans, and putting food and garbage in places bears can’t access them. A DNR wildlife biologist says once the food is gone, the bear will move on to natural food sources out of town.
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New exhibit opens at Dubuque River Museum for Memorial Day Weekend

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) - A new exhibit will open Friday for Memorial Day weekend at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque. The Forever Forest exhibit is for elementary aged children, and open to the public. It will demonstrate how people live, work, and play in nature and the forest.
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Milford L. Paulson

Milford L. Paulson, age 94 of Monroe, WI formerly of Argyle, WI passed away Wednesday, May 25, 2022, at Aster Assisted Living in Monroe, WI. He was born April 23, 1928, in rural Blanchardville, WI, the son of LeRoy and Mae (Scott) Paulson. Milford graduated from Blanchardville High School in 1945. In 1946, he began farming in Blanchardville Township. Milford was united in marriage to Kathryn Yaeger on January 14, 1950, at Yellowstone Lutheran Church. In 1954, he began farming in Argyle Township where he remained until retiring into Argyle in 1975.
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Marcus R. Heidorf

Marcus R. Heidorf, 46, of Belmont, Wisconsin, died on Monday, May 23, 2022 after a long battle with sarcoma. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at the Harrigan Parkside Gathering Place, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Visitors should bring their favorite memory to share from 1pm-3pm. Dress is casual with sports jerseys preferred.
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