The Decorah Nespapers
January 22, 2017
  • Colin Smith and Valeria Kishkunas were among hundreds of attendees at Decorah's Sister March Saturday morning.
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  • 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.
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  • Local group rallying for creation of YMCA
    Although plans for building a local community center have never come to fruition, a group of Decorah residents wants to revisit the idea.
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  • 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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  • Three local boys try in vain to save eagle from lead poisoning
    What started out as a wildlife adventure for three Decorah teens recently, unfortunately had a sad ending.
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  • Community invited to “Serve and Sled” event Sunday

    Northeast Iowa Food and Fitness and the DHS Community Club would like to invite the public to join in a community “Serve and Sled” walk Sunday, Jan. 15, at St. Benedict’s School in Decorah.

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  • The Shoe that Grows
    The Decorah Rotary Club recently donated 120 pairs of "The Show that Grows" to children in Moshi, Tanzania. Pictured is Rotarian Ward Budweg helping size one of the students. (Submitted photo)
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  • Reicks’ first TV player in 5-on-5 history to 1,000
    Turkey Valley senior Shelby Reicks had reason to celebrate a little earlier than Christmas.
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  • Steven Ransom, 49, Decorah, and his wife, Kathy, were injured in a crash Christmas evening north of Decorah.
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  • Decorah Middle School raised over $500 for the Decorah Food Pantry this holiday season. 

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  • WMC staff make the holidays brighter for local families
    For the 23rd year, Winneshiek Medical Center providers and staff have supported families seeking a brighter Christmas through the Giving Wreath program, coordinated with Northeast Iowa Community Action. This year, the Medical Center adopted five local families.
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  • Decorah Wellness Center can enhance quality of life
    Enhancing someone’s quality of life.
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  • Isaac Cooper of Decorah didn't let chilly temps interfere with his fun on Saturday, as he and some friends seized the opportunity to have some fun in the snow.
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  • Naomi Pedlar (left) and Nora Lesmeister didn't let the single-digit cold on Saturday interfere with some fun in the snow.
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  • Fretheim wins $1,000 for Decorah High School library
    Decorah's Emma Fretheim has earned $1,000 for the Decorah High School library for a five-minute Shakespeare video she entered in a University of Iowa Contest.
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