Dubuque company building 90,000-square-foot warehouse at Lancaster site

LANCASTER, Wis. — A Dubuque-based trucking and warehousing company is nearly doubling its footprint in southwest Wisconsin. Hurst Logistics has broken ground on an about-90,000-square-foot warehouse at its existing location in Lancaster’s Arrow Ridge Business Park. “It was a customer-driven thing,” said Jake Hurst, warehouse manager. “They were needing more...
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Dubuque Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Dubuque: Sunday, June 20: Showers and thunderstorms during the day; while showers and thunderstorms likely overnight; Monday, June 21: Mostly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Tuesday, June 22: Sunny during the day; while chance of showers and
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Dubuque County board votes to buy 10 acres around Heritage Pond

Dubuque County Conservation Board members last week unanimously approved buying nearly 10 acres around Heritage Pond for $45,000. The land, which runs along the Heritage Trail and contains a campground and picnic area, is owned by the City of Sageville. But Dubuque County has been leasing, operating on and maintaining the property for about $1 a year since it was opened to the public.

3rd, 4th generations guiding Worthington-area family's feed store

WORTHINGTON, Iowa — Loras Wolfe’s grandfather began selling feed to farmers in the Worthington area 107 years ago. Wolfe purchased the family business in 1973, and continues to make his mark on the Dubuque County community. “He’s a big part of Worthington,” said Gary Lahr, a Worthington farmer who grows...
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Dubuque events coming up

1. Step X; 2. Thirsty Thursday Open Mic; 3. MWTN 2021 FALL Writer's Workshop - Dubuque, IA (October 5-8); 4. Painting Nature at the Park Art Camp; 5. Kenny Wayne Shepherd with Duke Tumatoe;

New city administrator: Peosta 'well-kept secret'

PEOSTA, Iowa — New Peosta City Administrator Annette Ernst has an eye on growth and development. Ernst’s first day on the job was Monday. Previously, she was the village administrator in Coal Valley, Ill., for five years. Before that, she worked in economic development for the Village of Milan, Ill.

Music in the Gardens continues tonight with local jazz ensemble

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Music in the Gardens will resume through August at the Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, 3800 Arboretum Drive. Hunter Fuerste and His American Vintage Orchestra will perform an assortment of jazz standards tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Packard Pavilion. The...
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Seize the day (even if it’s raining)

(EDGEWOOD, IA) A rainy grey blanket is set to settle over Edgewood Sunday, but that doesn’t have to put a damper on getting things done. Make the most of it with one of these ideas — or use them as inspiration to come up with your own plan to beat the grey.