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April 27, 2015
Decorah Beautification Day
As part of a week’s worth of free activities planned in Decorah in conjunction with Earth Day, April 22, Green Iowa AmeriCorps and the Northeast Iowa Peace & Justice Center co-facilitated the first annual Decorah Beautification Day event Sunday, April 26. Beginning with a pep rally, including live music and guest speakers, on the Winneshiek County courthouse steps, a group of about 30 volunteers dispersed throughout Decorah to remove as much trash and litter from city streets as possible. Pictured above, from left: Mary Moore, 9 and Ramsey Zilka, 9, both of Decorah, helped collect litter and debris along Ice Cave Road. (Photo by Julie Berg-Raymond). For more photos, see Thursday’s Decorah Journal.

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  • Another win; Decorah’s Taylor, Hoyme bring home golds
    In a night that felt more like late fall than spring, the Decorah girls track team traveled to Maquoketa Valley Monday night to compete in the Wildcat meet. 
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  • Hertges, SW 4x800 takes top honors at Hudson
    It was a cold night on the track for the South Winn girls track team Monday night as the Warriors competed at the Hudson Relays. 
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  • Vikes grab big win over Regina
    The Decorah boys soccer team (2-1) picked up two wins to close the week last week. 
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  • Folkedahl, S. Bjerke score twice
    It was a big day on the green for Decorah’s Kahler Folkedahl and Stef Bjerke as the Decorah girls soccer team (2-2) defeated Waterloo East 4-0 Monday on the road. 
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  • The South Winn girls golf team was in action Monday night, taking on wind, cold and Postville. 
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  • It was a split earned by the Turkey Valley golf teams Monday at Luana against MFL. 
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  • Decorah girls headed to Drake
    The Decorah girls track team will be well-represented at the Drake Relays, held Thursday through Saturday, April 23-25, in Des Moines. 
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  • With winter showing its force to start the week, most sporting events for the three high schools were cancelled Monday and Tuesday. 
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  • Registration is open for the Decorah Parks and Recreation summer adult softball leagues (coed, men’s modified and men’s slow pitch). 
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  • Schneider named athlete of week
    Luther tennis player Trent Schneider was named the men’s tennis athlete of the week by the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. 
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  • Decorah’s Dave Usgaard and Craig Anderson are two of 182 officials being honored at the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s 21st annual Officials’ Banquet and Recognition Ceremony. 
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  • Hungry to get to state; Decorah boys golf has spots open
    Redemption is on the minds of the Decorah boys golf team in 2015. 
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  • Vikings get on home course
    It was a near perfect day for golf Thursday as the Decorah boys golf team hosted six other squads in the Decorah Invite, held at Oneota Golf and Country Club. 
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  • Vikes tame Mustangs 6-3
    The Decorah boys tennis team kept the win streak alive Friday, defeating Independence 6-3 in a make-up match from earlier in the season. 
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  • Decorah shines at Relays; South Winn fifth
    The Decorah girls track team sent its seniors out in style Thursday night, hosting the Decorah Relays. 
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