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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Library Free Food Pantry (11/20/2019) - The Carnegie-Stout Public Library has set up a free food pantry for the holiday season. The pantry is open now through January 2nd, 2020, during regular library hours. To help sustain the pantry throughout the holiday season, the library is asking for donations of canned goods and dry packaged foods. No glass, expired items, or…
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  • Mullis Sentencing Pushed Back (11/20/2019) - The sentencing date for a Delaware County man accused of killing his wife with a corn rake last year on the family farm in Earlville has been moved to early next year. The sentencing hearing for 43 year old Todd Mullis will be held on March 17th. Mullis was convicted by a jury in Dubuque…
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  • Two Special Projects Grants Awarded By DRA (11/20/2019) - In its’ first year of existence the Dubuque Racing Association Special Projects Grant Committee has selected two local organizations for funding. During its’ monthly meeting yesterday the DRA board of directors voted to accept a recommendation from the executive committee to fund the Dream Center and the Dubuque Museum of Art to the tune of…
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  • Pennsylvania Closure (11/19/2019) - A portion of a well-traveled road in Dubuque will be closed for some emergency work this week. Pennsylvania Avenue, between Seippel and Heacock Roads will be closed to through traffic for shoulder repairs. The work will begin at around 7 o’clock this morning and should be done by the end of the day on Friday.…
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  • Peosta Mayor Special Election (11/19/2019) - An open mayor seat in Peosta will be filled with a special election. Former Peosta Mayor Larry Meschers’ resignation was officially accepted by the city council on October 21. The resignation happened too close to the local election held on November 5th, so the city was not able to put the seat on the ballot…
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Sports

  • Area Scoreboard from Tuesday (11/20) (11/20/2019) -         HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL Lancaster 49, Southwestern 33 Iowa Grant 67, Pecatonica 40 River Ridge/Scales Mound 43, Benton 26 Shullsburg 65, Wauzeka Steuben 39   COLLEGE MENS BASKETBALL Dubuque 67, Edgewood College 61 (UD is 3-0)     WOMENS BASKETBALL UW Platteville 75, #4 Wartburg 65 (UWP 5-0 for the first time)
  • LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, Georgia remain atop CFP rankings (11/20/2019) - The College Football Playoff rankings were unchanged at the top this week, with LSU first followed by Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia. The selection committee’s third weekly rankings had little movement in the top 10, with Alabama fifth followed by Oregon, Utah, Penn State, Oklahoma and Minnesota. Wisconsin is 12th, Iowa 17th, and Iowa State…
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  • Iowa State and UNI Men Both Win Easily (11/20/2019) - Balanced Iowa State cruises past Southern Miss 73-45 AMES, Iowa (AP) — Despite some continued struggles from 3-point range, Iowa State had no trouble blowing past Southern Miss. Solomon Young scored 14 points, Prentiss Nixon added 13 and Iowa State thumped Southern Miss 73-45 for its second straight win. Tyrese Haliburton had 12 points with…
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  • Pelicans spoil Mello’s return…Warriors get by Grizzlies…Islanders streak continues (11/20/2019) - PORTLAND (AP) — Jrue Holiday had 22 points and 10 assists, Brandon Ingram added 21 points, and the New Orleans Pelicans spoiled Carmelo Anthony’s Portland debut with a 115-104 victory over the Trail Blazers. Anthony scored the Blazers’ first points of the game on a 3 from 26 feet out, but wound up missing 10…
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