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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Airport Restaurant Closing Doors (6/21/2018) - A restaurant that opened at the Dubuque Regional Airport late last summer is closing this week. Management at the Hangar Bar and Grille say the last day of business will be tomorrow. According to a release, business has seen a steady decline ever since American Airlines made changes to its’ flights coming to and from
  • Mexican Man, Who Lived In Dyersville, Sentenced To Prison For ID Theft  (6/21/2018) - A Mexican man will spend up to one year in prison for stealing an another person’s identification to obtain employment for himself and his spouse. Documents from U.S. District Court in Cedar Rapids say 61 year old Fernando Nevarez-Carreon, a legal citizen of the U.S. received the one year federal prison sentence recently after pleading
  • Miller-Riverview Park to Close Friday (6/21/2018) - The predicted rise in the Mississippi River level is forcing the closure of a riverfront park and campground in Dubuque. City officials tell KDTH they’ll be closing Miller-Riverview Park at noon tomorrow. City policy is to close the park any time the river reaches a depth of 15 feet. The river is expected to hit
  • Mississippi Expected to Reach Flood Stage Next Week (6/21/2018) - The Mississippi River at Dubuque is on the rise, and is expected to cross into flood stage early next week. As of this morning, the river’s level was measured at about 11.8 feet. The National Weather Service expects the river to steadily rise over the next several days, reaching the “action stage” of 15 feet
  • Family Separation Protest Still On (6/21/2018) - Despite President Trump’s executive order ending the separation of families at border crossings, local critics of the policy say they will still be holding a protest tomorrow afternoon. An event being called the “Families Belong Together Rally” had been scheduled earlier in the week. Organizers tell us it will be held at noon at Washington

Sports

  • Fighting Saints Ownership Now Includes Gaudreau and Girgensons (6/21/2018) - Two of the top players to wear a Dubuque Fighting Saints uniform are now part owners of the organization.  The Fighting Saints are announcing  Saints4Life Acquisitions, LLC, a group led by current NHL players Johnny Gaudreau and Zemgus Girgensons, along with NHL executive Peter Luukko, Stanley Cup champion coach Dan Bylsma, and a handful of
  • Iowa wrestler leaves hospital after accidental shooting (6/21/2018) - Iowa wrestler leaves hospital after accidental shooting IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Iowa wrestler Sam Stoll has been released from the hospital after being accidentally shot in the knee. Iowa coach Tom Brands said yesterday that Stoll had surgery Tuesday and that he is “doing well.” Iowa City police said that a preliminary investigation found that
  • Area Scoreboard for Wednesday (6/20) (6/21/2018) - High School Baseball Wahlert 5, Waterloo West 0 (2nd game ppd.) Cedar Falls 5, Senior 2 (2nd game ppd.) Hempstead 4, Waterloo East 0 (2nd game ppd.) High School Softball Clayton Ridge 9, West Central, Maynard 8
  • Wacha injured in Cards’ loss…Nets getting Howard…NHL awards (6/21/2018) - PHILADELPHIA (AP) – St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha  left Wednesday’s start against the Philadelphia Phillies with a left oblique strain. Wacha surrendered a two-run homer to Cesar Hernandez in the fourth inning and pitched to one more batter before he was replaced by Mike Mayers. Wacha is 8-2 with a 3.20 ERA this season.