The Decorah Nespapers
January 22, 2017
  • Sister March in Decorah
    Colin Smith and Valeria Kishkunas were among hundreds of attendees at Decorah's Sister March Saturday morning.
  • Serve and Sled
    Northeast Iowa Food and Fitness and the Decorah High School Community Club hosted a "Serve and Sled" service event Sunday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Barneløpet Children’s ski/walk event is Feb. 4
    Enjoy the winter at the 18th annual Vesterheim Museum and Sons of Norway Barneløpet, a non-competitive ski or walk event for children ages 3-13.
    
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  • South Winn third at Decorah Duals; Taylor MVP
    Fans packed the gyms Saturday for the annual Decorah Duals.
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  • Vikes drop two home conference contests
    Despite a furious rally, the Decorah girls basketball team (2-10, 0-5 NEIC) couldn’t come back Friday night at home, falling to Charles City (1-10, 1-5 NEIC) 46-35.
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  • Girl keglers garner second win
    It came down to 52 pins for the Decorah varsity boys bowling team Thursday as the Vikes fell to Waukon at Oneota Lanes.
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  • Faldet wins gold in breaststroke
    Getting a taste of some of the competition they’ll likely see at state next month, the Decorah boys swim team competed at the Rusty Garst Invite Saturday at Fort Dodge.
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  • Viking bball earns NEIC split
    The Decorah boys basketball team (5-3, 2-1 NEIC) picked up a signature conference win Thursday night, defeating Crestwood (2-6, 1-3 NEIC) 61-58 in overtime.
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  • Vikings earn an NEIC split
    The Decorah wrestling team earned a split in the conference Thursday night, hosting Charles City and Crestwood.
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  • A shot at the buzzer sent a dagger in the hearts of Turkey Valley as the Class 1A No. 2 Turkey Valley girls basketball team (11-2) fell at Class 5A Waterloo West (6-5) 45-44 Saturday night.
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  • Three Turkey Valley grapplers took to the mats Thursday as the Trojan wrestling team hosted Ed-Co and Starmont in a conference triangular.
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  • Warriors sweep at MFL
    The South Winn wrestling team picked up two more conference victories Thursday night, defeating MFL and Central in Monona.
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  • Warriors collect UIC win
    The South Winn boys basketball team (4-9, 3-6 UIC) picked up its fourth victory of the season Friday night, defeating West Central (1-8, 0-7 UIC).
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  • Olympic legend Ian Crocker is coming to Northeastern Iowa.
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  • Jill Christofferson is set to take over as the head softball coach at Decorah High School, pending school board approval.
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  • The Decorah girls basketball team is hosting the first annual midnight shootout for girls in grades 3-8.
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  • Vikings pull away from Warriors in 87-63 win
    Fans of fast breaks, hot offense and driving to the basket were in for a treat Thursday night in Calmar as the South Winn boys basketball team (3-7) hosted Decorah (3-3).
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  • Boost of confidence; Vikes edge SW in fourth
    There’s a win streak brewing in Decorah, after the Decorah girls basketball team (2-8) grabbed its second victory of the year, defeating South Winn (0-9) 44-34 Thursday night in Calmar.
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