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September 19, 2014
Swimming with the Masters
Some of the members of the Decorah Masters swim team include, from left: Nancy Barry, Brian and Jenny Jones, Derek Sweet, Bethany Nicoll, Kate Elliott (front), Emily Hook, Debbie Hofsaess and Coach Stephanie Huber. To read more about the program and how to become involved, see the story in Thursday's Decorah Journal. (Photo by Lissa Blake)

News

  • Red Cross office here to close
    The American Red Cross of Tri-States Services has announced plans to close the Decorah satellite office. 
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  • Decorah Police received a 911 call regarding a bike accident on the Trout Run Bike Trail near 1102 Highway 9 Thursday, Sept. 18 at 3:28 p.m. Injured in the accident was Daniel Werner of Decorah. 
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  • Bestselling author William Kent Krueger in Decorah Oct. 8
    Award-winning author William Kent Krueger returns to Decorah Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 pm at Decorah Public Library. 
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  • 'Autumn Blaze'
    The Decorah Town and Country Garden Club recently planted an ‘Autumn Blaze’ maple tree at Vennehjem in memory of Elaine  (Mrs. Gerald) Johnson.  
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  • A forum featuring candidates for U.S. Congress, the Iowa Legislature and Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors is Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. 
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  • The city of Ridgeway wants to take back responsibility for repair of its streets.  
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  • The community will have the chance to weigh in on a digital learning environment purchase that will cost the Decorah School District more than $1.7 million.  
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  • Elena Rue, formerly of Decorah, is allowing her award winning 18 minute film, “Shared Origins,”  to be shown at PFLAG”S Sept. 22, monthly 7 p.m. meeting. 
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  • Join Craig Thompson, from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m., at the Decorah Public Library as he shares stories and insights from the Osa Peninsula in South America. 
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  • Water Street Music Series announces a third season of programming beginning with “Homegrown in Decorah,” featuring Bread and Butter String Band with special guests John Goodin, Erik Sessions and Ellen Rockne. 
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  • Center Stage Series:
    Luther College Center Stage Series presents home-grown hoofers from the Minneapolis arts scene, Rhythmic Circus, performing “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!” 
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  • An Iowa Association of School Boards representative will present financial information on the South Winneshiek and Turkey Valley school districts Monday, Sept. 22. 
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  • Whether tax abatement is the best route for improving housing availability in the city of Decorah is still under debate by members of the Decorah City Council. 
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  • Winneshiek Energy District has been awarded over $400,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture to develop and implement an agricultural energy efficiency and renewables initiative over three years.  
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  • Decorah Water Superintendent Todd Ihde informed the Decorah City Council Monday night his department will be flushing hydrants starting this week for the next several weeks. 
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