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Remember the song “Autumn Leaves” – it’s a beautiful masterpiece just like Fall is in Iowa. We all anticipate the colorful trees with their falling leaves.

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Growing up with grandparents and parents who loves to cook and bake is very common in some families. Often children will follow their footsteps and be very interested in doing things in the kitchen.

The Women’s Fellowship of the United Church of Christ in Maquoketa met Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 9:30 a.m. in the Belva Duncan Fellowship room. Phyllis Rockwell and Bonnie Vehrs were hostesses for the meeting. Phyllis served as chairperson. The roll call was answered by 13 members.

The Maquoketa Optimist Club hosted its annual Firemen’s Appreciation Banquet for the Maquoketa Fire Department Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the Eagles Club in Maquoketa. 

It’s been nearly a month since the FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid) became available and now that students are beginning to think about how they’ll pay for college, it’s time to think about where they want to go.

Walt Wickham, Exectutive Director of the Clinton County Conservation Board and staff, is a beekeeper.  He’s been involved with bees since his son enrolled in an Iowa State University program and received a starter kit with his first “package” of bees.  A package of bees contains a queen and …

Andrew Miller of Maquoketa has completed basic training boot camp and secondary training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri. He began basic training July 5, 2018, following his enlistment in the Army for four years.