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13th Annual Ken Kringle Historic Preservation Awards
13th Annual Ken Kringle Historic Preservation Awards
The Ken Kringle Historic Preservation Awards were created by the City of Dubuque Historic Preservation Commission to recognize excellence in historic preservation. Awards are announced annually for the best preservation efforts located in the City of Dubuque. The award is named after the late Ken Kringle for his dedication to historic preservation through his involvement as a member and past chairperson of the Historic Preservation Commission, president of the Bluff Street Neighborhood Association, resident of the Cathedral Historic Preservation District, and member of the Old House Enthusiasts Club.
The Dubuque County Historical Society Presents the 2014 Historic Preservation Awards
The Dubuque County Historical Society Presents the 2014 Historic Preservation Awards
The Dubuque County Historical Society Historic Preservation Awards were presented as a part of Dubuque Main Street’s Architecture Days on Thursday, April 16 at Hotel Julien Dubuque, 200 Main St. The five properties awarded were chosen for their historic restoration and preservation efforts for buildings in Dubuque County.
Community Health Report
Community Health Report
One of the most important facets of any community is its access to quality health care. In this issue’s Community Health Report, Julien’s Journal takes its literary stethoscope and examines the heartbeat of our local health care institutions. We will explore how our local and regional hospitals are investing in modernization and state-of-the-art medical technologies that will improve and advance the diagnosis and treatment of disease. We also introduce new physicians that are coming to the tri-states to practice in their fields of expertise. Finley celebrates its 125th birthday and Mercy Hospital president and CEO Rusty Knight plans for retirement.
Living the Dream: Dubuque’s Mobile Veterinarian
Living the Dream: Dubuque’s Mobile Veterinarian
For most, a vehicle of that age and usage would be just another form of transportation soon to find the scrap heap, but for Weigman, that car is her livelihood. The open hatchback reveals an organized arrangement of drawers containing a mini-pharmacy, syringes, bandages, and an assortment of equipment designed to treat the health care needs of animals ranging in size from horses to kittens.
 
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