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All during the month of July, listen to the radio each day to hear what the forecast is calling for the high temp!  All day long, Kwik Stop / Dairy Queen will be selling small cones for that price!   High temp forecast is 78….a small cone is 78 cents!  High is 96…a small cone is…
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In our effort to deliver accurate news and information involving COVID-19, we went straight to local Doctors, and others in the medical community to get our questions answered.  Give them a listen.   To ask your own question, email it, and we’ll add it to the list.  johnrhodes@radiodubuque.com   Our “Experts” Dr Hendrik Schultz (Medical…
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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Drowning Victim (7/5/2020) - A 17-year-old died after drowning at Lake Delhi Friday. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office said they received a call about a possible drowning around 7 p.m. Friday. The caller reported that someone had jumped into the lake and did not resurface. The Delhi Fire Department divers located the victim, 17-year-old Teige Hunt, in about forty feet of…
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  • Five Flags Vote (7/5/2020) - Plans for a major expansion and renovation at the Five Flags Center in Dubuque will likely wait until at least 2022 because of COVID-19. In a memo released ahead of Monday’s city council meeting, Dubuque City Manager Michael Van Milligen warned the financial situation from the pandemic is no time for a vote on a…
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  • Jule Free Student Ride Proposal (7/5/2020) - The Jule bus service in Dubuque is proposing going back to offering free rides for students as part of an effort to boost ridership, something it stopped doing in 2016. In 2016, the city started charging school-aged children an annual fee for an unlimited bus pass. That fee is now $15 a year. However, the Jule…
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  • UPDATE: Dubuque Police ID Fatal Shooting Victim (7/4/2020) - Dubuque police have identified a man who was shot to death Thursday evening. The victim is identified as 25 year old Curtis Smothers. He was shot in the chest at around 6 pm in the 400 block of Loras Blvd. Smothers was transported to Mercy Hospital where he was pronounced dead. So far no one…
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  • Dubuque Shooting Victim (7/3/2020) - Dubuque Police say one person is dead following a shooting in Dubuque Thursday evening. Officers responded to the 400 block of Loras Boulevard, near the intersection with Bluff Street, shortly before 6 p.m. Investigators said 25-year old Curtis Smothers Jr. of Dubuque had been shot  in the chest and was taken to Mercy Hospital where…
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Sports

  • Sunday Sports Update (7/5/2020) - CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs were glad to be back on the field, resuming workouts Friday for the first time since Major League Baseball shut down camps in March. New manager David Ross said he felt like a “12-year-old thinking about baseball and how much you’ve missed it in this time.” With the season…
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  • Thursday Sports Update (7/3/2020) - GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers have signed each of their two top draft picks: Utah State quarterback Jordan Love and Boston College running back A.J. Dillon. Green Bay gave the Miami Dolphins a fourth-round draft choice to move up four spots in the first round and take Love with the 26th…
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  • Area Scoreboard from Wednesday (7/1) (7/2/2020) - High School Baseball Senior split with Cedar Rapids Prairie losing the first game 6-5 then winning 7-6. Hempstead at C.R. Kennedy (PPD) Western Dubuque 6, Cedar Rapids Washington 1 (suspended in 3rd) Clayton Ridge lost to North Fayette Valley 11-5 High School Softball (#8 5A) Hempstead lost twice to (#3 5A) Cedar Rapids Kennedy 3-0…
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  • Western Dubuque Suspends Baseball Season (7/2/2020) - The Western Dubuque High School baseball team has become the third Mississippi Valley Conference team to have to shut down their season due to COVID-19 concerns. The Bobcats got word in the 3rd inning of yesterday’s game against Cedar Rapids Washington that an individual that has had close contact to someone within the program has…
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