Platteville School Superintendent Connie Valenza says the district will need to add staff at the high school to meet revised state graduation requirements. Starting with the class of 2017, or this year’s sophomore class, students need at least 3 credits… Continue reading →
Tom Nall and Angie Donovan will square off in the April 7 general election for an at-large seat on the Platteville Common Council being vacated by Dick Bonin.
The Platteville School Board race was narrowed down to 6 for the… Continue reading →
The Grant County Sheriff’s Office would like to warn citizens about IRS scams, as they are starting to be reported to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Unit. We would like to remind citizens that the IRS corresponds through… Continue reading →
Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened at a home in Platteville on Thursday. According to the police department, three masked men entered a residence on Fox Ridge Road about 11:30 Thursday night. One of the men had a… Continue reading →
Becker’s Hospital Review, a monthly publication on business and legal news and analysis relating to hospitals and health systems, recently named Grant Regional Health Center President & CEO Nicole Clapp in its list of “50 Rural Hospital CEOs to… Continue reading →
Several .380 caliber pistol bullets were discovered Wednesday in a boy’s bathroom at Dubuque’s Bryant Elementary. Officials say a police sweep of the building found no evidence of additional ammunition or weapons.
After the bullets were discovered, students were kept… Continue reading →
Officials are saying one railcar is still burning this morning following yesterday’s train derailment about 10 miles north of Dubuque.
Canadian Pacific Railroad is now saying that 15 cars and 2 engines derailed just before noon yesterday and that 14… Continue reading →
Around 6:30 this morning, 48 Year old Robert Kuhn of Fennimore, WI was killed in an accident on HWY 61, north of Lancaster, WI. Authorities report that 60 year old Donald Martin of Bagley, WI was traveling south on HWY… Continue reading →
IBM has announced that 202 people from their Dubuque Operations will be laid off effective February 27th. IBM recently signed a 5 year extension on its Roshek Building lease, insuring the company’s presence in Dubuque though 2019.
33-year-old Aaron Bouzek of Prairie du Chien will spend 48 years in prison for sexually assaulting numerous children. Bouzek was sentenced on ten charges including repeated child sexual assault, first-degree sex assault of a child under-13, sexual exploitation, and possession… Continue reading →