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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Program To Provide Free ACT Prep To Some Students (01/20/2021) -

    The Dubuque College Access Network is underway with a program providing a free ACT preparation course. The network is offering the opportunity next month to at least two dozen Dubuque high school juniors who may not be able to afford it or who wouldn’t be inclined to take the exam otherwise. Students who qualify for the free test prep get access to a full curriculum from Doorway to College, including a workbook and web-based course.

  • Eyes And Ears The Focus Of Collection Box (01/20/2021) -

    You can help people in need see and hear better. A collection box is being set up by the Dubuque Noon Lions Club at Asbury Plaza Hy-Vee at 2395 Northwest Arterial. The eyeglasses and hearing aids they collect will be taken to the Lions Eyeglass Recycling and Hearing Aid Center to be retooled and distributed to those who need them.

  • Man Charged In Attack On Woman (01/20/2021) -

    Authorities say a man is accused of “stomping” on a woman’s face in Dubuque, causing multiple fractures and other injuries. 32 year old Kevin J. McGovern is charged with willful injury. Police say, during the incident in question, McGovern assaulted 25 year old Alecea K. Lombardi of 665 Jefferson St. early on the morning of January 10th on the 200 block of Main Street.

  • Dubuque County Seeks Commission Members (01/20/2021) -

    The Dubuque County Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants for the Magistrate Appointing Commission to fill three positions for six-year terms. If you are interested in being considered for serving on this Dubuque County commission, please complete and return the 2-page application form. For more information, or to download the application, visit www.dubuquecountyiowa.gov.

  • Woman suffers facial fractures in birthday attack (01/20/2021) -

    A woman is recovering after being attacked in Dubuque, causing multiple fractures and other injuries that sent her to University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics earlier this month. Police arrested, Kevin J. McGovern, 32, of Epworth, Monday on a warrant charging willful injury, in connection to the Jan. 10 incident on Main Street in which he stomped the victims face during her birthday celebration. Police said the investigation into the incident is ongoing.


  • Area/Regional Scoreboard from Tuesday (1/19) (1/20/2021) - High School Boys Basketball Iowa #7 Hempstead 74, Linn-Mar 52 Cedar Rapids Washington 68, Senior 56 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 67, Wahlert 46 Western Dubuque 61, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 48 Dyersville Beckman 62, Maquoketa 56 Bellevue Marquette Catholic 63, Midland 37 Camanche 51, Cascade 17 Anamosa 55, Bellevue 45 Clayton Ridge 59, Central Elkader 38 Wisconsin…
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  • Iowa State Men PPD Again/Iowa Women PPD Next 2 games (1/20/2021) - The Iowa State Cyclone men’s basketball team will be missing a fourth straight game while dealing with COVID-19 issues in the program. ISU announced yesterday that Saturday’s game at Texas Tech has been postponed. Meanwhile the Iowa women’s basketball team is postponing their next two games. The Hawkeyes game at Maryland tomorrow and Sunday’s game…
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  • National Scoreboard from Tuesday (1/19) (1/20/2021) - NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Final Denver 119 Oklahoma City 101 Final Utah 118 New Orleans 102 ___ NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Carolina at Nashville 8 p.m. (Postponed) Final OT Winnipeg 4 Ottawa 3 Final Philadelphia 3 Buffalo 0 Final OT Florida 5 Chicago 4 Final OT Pittsburgh 5 Washington 4 Final Colorado 3 Los Angeles 2 Final…
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  • MLB star Don Sutton dies…Lasorda remembered (1/20/2021) - LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton has died. He was a stalwart of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ rotation spanning an era from Sandy Koufax to Fernando Valenzuela. The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, says Sutton died at his home in Rancho Mirage, California, after a long struggle with…
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