Henry Joos, son of Nick and Jeni Joos, quarantined/celebrated his first birthday on May 15.
A total of 425 high school seniors across the state of Iowa were recently named Iowa Governor’s Scholars. This year’s ceremony set for April 26 in Des Moines was canceled due to restrictions on mass gatherings due to COVID-19. Gov. Kim Reynolds shared remarks for the award recipients through…
A pair of Maquoketa High School students was among the 70 graduating seniors of Iowa’s public high school to earn scholarships from the Grand Lodge of Iowa, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons.
The upcoming wedding of Melissa Reuter and Anthony Kilburg originally set for May 2, will now take place Aug. 29 at 1:30 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
For many Iowans on Medicare and their caretakers, Medicare plans can be confusing. Choosing the wrong plan can lead to your provider no longer being in-network, your prescriptions costing hundreds of dollars more or travel plans ruined due to out-of-state network gaps in your medical coverage.
Jackson County Regional Health Center, Maquoketa will host a community blood drive from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31 at 700 W. Grove St., inside large conference room - lower level
Jodi and Luke Johnson of Dixon, Illinois, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kate Johnson of Bloomington, to Joe Roth of Bloomington, the son of Joan and Tom Roth of Dixon, Illinois.
Saint Patrick was called “Apostle of Ireland.” His birthplace is uncertain but probably was in Southwestern Britain. At 16 years of age, he was carried off by Irish marauders and passed his captivity years as a herdsman near Mountain Slemish in County Antrim. The young herdsman saw visions i…
The DeWitt Noon Lions Club’s 2020 travelogue series continues Tuesday, March 17, featuring “Sicily’s Ancient Landscapes and Timeless Traditions” by Doug and Mary Melvold of Maquoketa.
New Zealand and Australia Armchair Adventures on Sunday, March 29, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Hurstville Interpretive Center. This event is free and open to the public.
Winter salt, in large quantities, can be bad for plant health. Now that the ice and snow have almost melted, damage to plants in the line of fire for salt can be determined. It’s actually difficult to determine if the symptoms, such as tip burn, delayed flowering and poor shoot growth, are a…