After hearing concerns from a local health care provider, the Manchester City Council tabled a proposed lease agreement with a communications company until it obtained more information on the type of technology that would be utilized on the site, specifically 5G.
- Reynolds extends closures until April 30
- Helpline expanded to provide guidance for all businesses applying for funding assistance during the COVID-19 emergency.
- Ernst: These are tough times, but us Iowans will get through it – together.
- CORRECTED: IDPH announces 66 new cases in Iowa, two more deaths
- Strong work ethic for Hawks
Waid joins Manchester P.D.
Sentencing postponed for Manchester man convicted of 1979 murder of teen
The Delaware County Sheriff’s office reported:
Sign of the times
Governor Kim Reynolds announced an expansion of the Public Health Disaster Emergency Proclamation that is currently in place for the state of Iowa during a press conference April 2.
A joint partnership established between Northeast Iowa Community College, Greater Dubuque Development Corporation (GDDC), The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the East Central Iowa Intergovernmental Association has expanded to help business owners, nonprofits and self-proprietors…
Over the last few weeks, Iowans from every corner and county of our state — our families, health care workers, local store owners, farmers, seniors, and so many more — have faced unforeseen challenges and hardships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CORRECTED: The original report from the IDPH listed a case in Delaware County. However, an address error was made that inaccurately identified the case as being a Delaware County resident. The IDPH website will be updated accordingly.
After dropping its fourth game in a row, a 62-52 decision at Alburnett, Feb. 7, to fall to 10-9 on the season, not many folks figured Edgewood-Colesburg would run the table the rest of the way to advance to a Substate 3 final matchup with eventual Class 1A state champion Wapsie Valley, but t…
Hawks have successful season
With just one senior on Maquoketa Valley’s boys’ basketball team for the 2019-20 season, the squad looks to be in a good place for next year.
If we’ve learned anything about COVID-19 the past few weeks, it’s that the virus is making us change many aspects of our daily lives, including the way businesses are currently operating. Small business owners are the backbone of our communities. Several of our communities have begun campaig…
COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of our daily lives, but one thing has stayed the same — our American spirit to persevere even during the toughest of times.
What we have witnessed in this country with the COVID-19 virus has been unprecedented. Schools, churches and businesses have been shuttered. Americans have been asked to change almost all aspects of their lives to help prevent a spike in the virus. Remember the best of how Americans behaved …