'Chronology' Recaps the Area's 2014

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'Chronology' Recaps the Area's 2014


Cooper, Brian, Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque)


Only hours remain in 2014, and that creates an opportunity for us to review and reflect on the year. And what a year it has been!

It has been a year marked by triumph and tragedy, by construction and destruction, by compassion and controversy. In some ways, 2014 was similar to most years, but in other ways, it was a year we won't soon forget (even if we might like to).

TH Media has wrapped up production of a special report capturing the highs and lows, as well as the interesting and the unusual, of 2014. It's our annual Chronology section.

Read the section, and you might note how some events do not fit into a single category. There can be "good" aspects to a "bad-news" event. In the wake of tragedy, for example, you might be reminded how the story also included people stepping forward and even rallying to demonstrate compassion and concern.

Watch for Chronology 2014 on Thursday, in your New Year's Day edition of the TH.

FIRST CITIZEN ANNOUNCEMENT JAN. 1

Barring another one of those major "bad-news" events, our front page on New Year's Day will feature a profile of the recipient of the 45th annual TH Media First Citizen Award.

I won't disclose the award recipient's identity here, but I will tell you that a public reception for the honoree is scheduled for 5- 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 12, at the Diamond Jo Casino. The program will begin at 6 p.m.

SPORTS LIVESTREAMING: JANUARY SCHEDULE SET

With the new year, TH Media will resume its livestreaming of selected Dubuque high school sports events on THonline.

Real-time webcasts are provided free of charge on THonline.com/ live. Afterwards, the event will be archived for viewing at a time convenient to you. …

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