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November 23, 2014
All-State Music Festival weekend
These students have attained the highest individual honor available to Iowa high school musicians by being selected as a member of the 2014 band, chorus or orchestra. The 2014 Festival will celebrate the 68th anniversary of this prestigious event. District auditions for the 281-piece All-State Band, 201-piece All-State Orchestra and 601-member All-State Chorus were held Saturday, Oct. 25. The concert is at 7:30 p.m. in Hilton Coliseum, Iowa State University, Ames, Saturday evening, Nov. 22.The concert will be re-broadcast on Iowa Public Television Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 30, at 12:30 p.m. Pictured, from left (front row): Ali Voigt, Carina Yee, Brenna Herrmann, Gabrielle Bruns; (second row): Bretta Krieg, Autumn DeLong, Linnea Kephart, Linnea Carlson; (third row): McKenzie Snyder, Connor Freeman, Parker Fretheim; (fourth row): Tim Winter, Micheal Foster, Trevor Phillips; (fifth row): Adam Knight, Jacob Skold, Freddie Paulson. (Photo by Julie Berg-Raymond)

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  • A host of South Winn football players were honored by being named all-district in Class 1A District 4. 
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  • Loretta Henry of Decorah is the winner in the final week of the pigskin picks football contest. 
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  • Three Luther College athletes were recognized by the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference this week. 
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  • Park-Rec winter activity brochures are now available on decorahia.org or may be picked up at the Park-Rec office, local banks and fitness centers, Decorah Library and Decorah Chamber of Commerce. 
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  • Thompson to resign at end of school year
    Joe Thompson, Luther College’s director of intercollegiate athletics and associate professor in health and physical education, has announced he will retire at the end of the 2014-15 academic year after a 20-year career at the college. 
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  • No. 3 South Winn ends season in semifinals to No. 1 Iowa City Regina
    Hopes of bringing home the school’s first-ever state championship trophy in football were crushed Saturday in the Class 1A semifinal as the No. 3 South Winn football team fell to No. 1 and four-time repeat champion Iowa City Regina 56-18. 
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  • Throwing for the Redbirds; Hoyme signs letter of intent for Illinois State
    Hard work has paid off for Kassie Hoyme. 
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  • Norse finish year with .500 record
    The Luther football team (5-5, 2-5 IIAC) scored 21 points in the final 11:29 and defeated Simpson 42-35 Saturday in Indianola.  
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  • Roberson a Norse
    Chandler Roberson, a 2011 graduate of Decorah High School, is a member of the Luther College swimming team. 
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  • A total of 44 bikers participated in the Night Shift Bike Race Saturday, Nov. 8.  
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  • Luther’s Erin Wilson, a senior defender for the women’s soccer team, was named the defensive MVP for the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. 
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  • Five members of the Luther men’s soccer team were recognized by being named to the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-conference team. 
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  • Two former Decorah High School basketball standouts will play for the Luther women’s basketball team this winter. 
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  • Seven Luther College women’s tennis players were recognized by the Iowa Intercollegiate Athlic Conference by being named to the all-conference women’s tennis team. 
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  • Nearly 200 people participated in the 32nd annual Decorah Park-Rec turkey shoot Monday, Nov. 10. 
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