The COVID-19 vaccination clinic scheduled for Thursday, April 22, will take walk-ins from 2 p.m. to 4p.m.
For the better part of three days, DeWitt Public Works Director Matt Proctor and Gary Felsing with the city’s streets division cruised up and down the roads in DeWitt.
Maquoketa Livestock Sales held its final auction Saturday. The family of owner Bob Larkey, who died in December from COVID-19 complications, is hoping to sell the operation to someone who will keep it a going concern. Here, Kathy Ihrig, an employee of Maquoketa Livestock Sales, hugs Robin Kr…
April 8 and 9, nine Central DeWitt High School students participated in the 56th annual Iowa High School Model United Nations conference. Students were (from left) Laura Sutton, Josie Rempt, Alexa Finley, Eli Eggers, Wyatt Sailer, Colton Bierman, Caden Bernauer and Sal Mercado. Not pictured …
The Spring Used Book Sale hosted by the Maquoketa Public Library and the Friends of the Library will be held April 26 through May 1 in the community room located in the library’s basement.
The Mount St. Clare Charitable Education Trust is continuing its mission to award college scholarships to area students for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Everyone age 16 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and Osterhaus Pharmacy is hosting a clinic Friday to accommodate the need.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state were 389,903, up 3,452 from Tuesday, April 20, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported.
WASHINGTON — Use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot will remain paused for at least a week, after a federal vaccine advisory panel said Wednesday that it had too little data on a rare but serious blood-clotting condition reported in at least six women.
Iowa’s top public health official fears that the pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for COVID-19 will lead some skeptics to skip getting any version of the coronavirus vaccine.