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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Dubuque City Offices, Library to Close for Thanksgiving Holiday (11/22/2017) - City offices here in Dubuque are among the places that are closed today for Thanksgiving. Those closures extend through the day tomorrow, as well. The city says that City Hall and other city-owned offices and buildings will be closed both today and Friday in observance of Thanksgiving. Also closing for the holiday is the Carnegie-Stout
  • AAA: Wednesday and Sunday Busiest Thanksgiving Travel Days (11/22/2017) - Travelers can expect plenty of company on America’s roads this Thanksgiving. National auto club AAA expects nearly 51 million Americans to travel at least 50 miles for the holiday, which marks a twelve-year high for Thanksgiving travel. AAA spokesperson Gail Weinholzer tells us a variety of factors are contributing to the increase in travelers, including
  • Dubuque Bars Expecting Big Crowds on “Thanksgiving Eve” (11/22/2017) - With an influx of holiday travelers hitting Dubuque today, tonight is expected to be a busy night for many of the city’s watering holes. “Thanksgiving Eve,” as it’s sometimes called, is often considered the busiest bar night of the year. Teresa Walsh, who bartends at The Lift in Lower Main, says the evening often starts
  • Toys for Tots Deliveries Begin (11/21/2017) - A charity toy drive in Dubuque has started making deliveries, but there’s still time to donate additional gifts. Toys for Tots organizers started dropping toys off at places like the Salvation Army this week. Locally, Toys for Tots provides presents for between 5,000 and 6,000 kids each year. Bryce Parks helps lead the effort, and
  • Five Dubuquers Plead to Federal Charges in Elderly Scam (11/21/2017) - Five Dubuque residents have admitted their roles in a scam that targeted the elderly. 34-year-old Paul Chase, 20-year-old Morgan Cornell, 23-year-old Payton McCarville, 32-year-old Tiffany Reynolds, and 21-year-old Joshua Willis each pled guilty to federal counts of Wire Fraud in the past week. All five acknowledged that they served as “runners” in the scheme. Other

Sports

  • Area Scoreboard (11/22) (11/22/2017) - High School Boys Basketball Wisconsin Southwestern 46, Shullsburg 40 Fennimore 78, Cassville 31 Platteville 64, Argyle 30 Highland 69, Iowa Grant 49 Wauzeeka Steuben 62, Boscobel 51 Benton 73, Albany 46 High School Girls Basketball Iowa Wahlert 70, Clayton Ridge 34 Senior 56, Davenport Central 53 Western Dubuque 76, South Tama 47 Dyersville Beckman 48,
  • UW-P Duax WIAC Player of the Week (11/22/2017) - Former Hempstead High School prep Robert Duax received the first WIAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week Award of the season. Last week Duax averaged 17.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists to help the Pioneers to a pair of wins to begin the season.
  • Fighting Saints Asplund Commits to Michigan State (11/22/2017) - JONATAN ASPLUND COMMITS TO MICHIGAN STATE DUBUQUE, Iowa — Fighting Saints defenseman Jonatan Asplund has committed to play college hockey at Michigan State University. Along with teammate Jordan Wishman and affiliate defenseman Michael Feenstra, this marks the third Fighting Saint to commit to Michigan State University this season. Asplund, a fourth-round Phase II selection by
  • Holiday’s layup gives No. 23 UCLA 72-70 win over Wisconsin (11/22/2017) - KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Aaron Holiday got a scooping layup to drop just before the final buzzer Tuesday night, giving No. 23 UCLA a 72-70 victory over Wisconsin in the third-place game of the Hall of Fame Classic. The Bruins (4-1) trailed 65-59 with about 4 minutes left, but Holiday knocked down two 3-pointers