- Reynolds announces plans to reopen casinos, other businesses, allow gatherings
- Routine healthcare is important
- 6 new COVID-19 cases in Dubuque County, 1 each in Delaware, Jackson counties
- Teletherapy services provide at-home care for seniors experiencing depression, anxiety, or loneliness
- NEI3A changes senior farmer’s market nutrition program check distribution due to COVID-19
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office reported:
A new master contract between the West Delaware Education Association (WDEA) and the West Delaware School District was approved at the West Delaware Community School District’s board meeting, May 11. This was a unanimous 4-0 vote with director Sam Milroy abstaining, due to his wife falling u…
Asphalt milling on Franklin Street next week
Jail starts to take shape
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced plans for additional businesses, including casinos, to open next week and to allow social and community gatherings of more than 10 people.
Regional Medical Center’s Senior Life Solutions, an intensive outpatient group therapy program for seniors, successfully made the transition to providing services remotely due to COVID-19 safety precautions. Senior Life Solutions began offering teletherapy to its patients April 27, allowing …
The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides qualified seniors aged 60 and over with coupons (checks) that can be exchanged at farmers markets, roadside stands, and community supported agriculture programs for fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, an…
COVID-19 has upended many things in our lives and added concern for coming in for routine healthcare. While COVID-19 is scary and can impact those with underlying health conditions, all healthcare providers are dedicated to ensuring you receive quality, safe care at all times.
Six additional cases of COVID-19 in Dubuque County were confirmed between 10 a.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. today.
The Moser School of Dance and Gymnastics, celebrating 40-plus years of teaching our area young, is celebrating its six seniors since the annual year-end recitals were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Governor Kim Reynolds loosening restrictions on all 99 counties last week, we expect Iowans to come out and take advantage of the governor’s decree. No doubt we will see Iowans in hair and nail salons, gymnasiums, retail stores and restaurants.
We’re at the stage where everyone is complaining about their hair.
We all thought this was a time of kindness and caring. However, some people don’t know what it is. In the past two weeks, we have had not one, but two beautiful grave bouquets stolen from our daughters’ beautiful gravesite. What kind of person goes to the cemetery and takes what doesn’t belo…