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Dubuque Police Chief Mark Dalsing addresses the protests and unrest in the country right now, and how it affects the Dubuque Police department, and us as citizens.  Segment 1: How the Dubuque Police react to the situation   Segment 2: Police are an essential business   Segment 3: They knew it would hit home  …
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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

  • Dubuque Man Sentenced For Child Pornography Possession (6/5/2020) -   A Dubuque man, who authorities say was in possession of more than 25-thousand images of child pornography, has been sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison. 37 year old Mark Curtis Jr. pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography and one count of transportation of child pornography, both felonies. Prosecutors say…
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  • Jo Daviess County Fair Cancelled (6/5/2020) - Due to concerns about the coronavirus and the “Restore Illinois plan, the Jo Daviess County Fair Board has made the decision to cancel this summer’s Jo Daviess County Fair. On their social media post, they cite health and safety concerns for the community,  attendees, vendors, and volunteers. The fair was scheduled for July 30th-August 2nd.
  • Library Summer Reading Program (6/5/2020) - The Carnegie-Stout Public Library will begin its Summer Reading Program on Monday,   June 8th. The 2020 theme is “Imagine Your Story” and it will run through August 7th. The summer reading program is open to children, teens, and adults. Those interested in participating are encouraged to sign up via the library website at www.Dubuque.lib.ia.us. Due to…
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  • School Food Programs This Summer (6/5/2020) - Students in Dubuque’s public and parochial schools are being offered meals this summer. The Dubuque district is providing free breakfast and lunch to any child between the ages of 6 and 18 with no enrollment necessary. The “grab and go” meals can be picked up at Prescott Elementary and Roosevelt Middle School Monday through Friday…
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  • Jackson County Loan Program (6/5/2020) - There’s some good news for small businesses in Jackson County that have been severely impacted by the economic changes created by the COVID-19 pandemic. County officials have established the Jackson County Emergency Business Assistance Loan Program. The board of supervisors have allocated $50,000 to the program for eligible applicants to secure financing of up to…
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Sports

  • MLB players draw line in sand…NBA board accepts restart plans…Shanahan backs Kaepernick (6/5/2020) - UNDATED (AP) — Major League players have reaffirmed their stance for full prorated pay, leaving a huge gap with teams that could scuttle plans to start the coronavirus-delayed season around the Fourth of July and may leave owners focusing on a schedule as short as 50 games. More than 100 players held a two-hour digital…
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  • Wisconsin All Star HS Football Games Cancelled (6/4/2020) - The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association has announced the high school football all-star games this summer have now been cancelled.  In May the WFCA announced the games scheduled for July 18th in Oshkosh were postponed but left the possibility of playing them at a later date open. The association has decided to cancel the event entirely…
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  • MVC to Limit Fans at Baseball-Softball (6/4/2020) - When the high school baseball and softball games in the Mississippi Valley Conference get underway June 15th, there won’t be many fans allowed to attend at least to begin with. The conference has announced schools will limit three family members per player to attend. The conference will reevaluate at the end June and possibly allow…
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  • Former ISU Coach Majors Dies (6/4/2020) - AMES, Iowa – Former Iowa State head football coach Johnny Majors, the man responsible for turning around ISU football and leading it to its first-ever bowl game, has died. He was 85 years old. In 1971 he led the Cyclones to an 8-3 record and a spot in the Sun Bowl. At the age of…
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