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The Maquoketa City Council plans to reconsider a decision that could affect the planned pocket neighborhood as well as the city’s ability to finance future projects. 

Once in a great while in this topsy-turvy ag world, a region’s weaknesses become its strengths, and vice versa.

The BookWorm in Bellevue is hosting a national jewelry artist during a special event Thursday, July 25, from 4 to 7 p.m.

Sts. Peter and Paul Church of Springbrook will host its annual chicken barbecue fundraiser Sunday, July 21, with serving from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

It might sound silly, but when was the last time you stepped back and looked — really looked — at your own business? 

Farmers, landowners and Iowans with farm ties face risk management enrollment decisions in the 2018 Farm Bill. The Iowa Farm Bureau is offering free informational meetings to help Iowans navigate their options. 

Looking for a fun, safe place for your kids to hang out this summer? Stop by your community Y and sign up for a membership today. 

Alexis Lynn Richard, 21, of 203 N. Walnut St., Apt. B, Maquoketa, was charged with first-offense domestic abuse assault causing injury or mental illness.

The Jackson County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed to lower the rent of the Andrew Jackson Care Facility by $500 per month. They moved unanimously to write a new contract with renter Imagine the Possibilities, Inc. for $6,500 monthly instead of $7,000.

I-29 Moo University and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will host a one-hour Financial Impairment on the Farm webinar starting at noon on July 30. The webinar is free and open to all those involved in production agriculture, specifically, producers and agribusiness personnel.

Wild West gunfights, heavy metal rock, country music, agriculture education, livestock, decadent foods, fun and games, new experiences and favorite traditions — it’s fair time.

At one point, Austin Harwick could not walk. He struggled with seemingly simple activities such as pulling on his socks and shoes.

Maquoketa residents who own pets with documented vicious behaviors would pay stiffer penalties and fees under a proposed city ordinance that more broadly defines “vicious animal.”

A rural Clinton boy died this weekend in a rollover accident on private property, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.