The Decorah Nespapers
September 26, 2016
  • Vikes fall for homecoming while SW, TV roll
    Class 3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier (5-0, 3-0) spoiled homecoming for the Decorah football team (2-3, 1-2), defeating the Vikes 38-6 Friday night in Decorah.
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  • Ross Gentry and Sylvia Betteridge were crowned Decorah High School homecoming king and queen at a coronation ceremony Friday afternoon.
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  • Decorah Oktoberfest cancelled due to weather
    Water Street Music Series and the Oneota Community Food Coop's Oktoberfest scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, in Decorah has been cancelled due to the weather.
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  • DHS wins Challenge Cup for 7th time
    For the seventh time in the last nine years, Decorah High School has won the Class 3-A Challenge Cup, an award that measures success of students in academics, fine arts and athletics in comparison to other schools throughout the state, for the 2015-2016 academic year
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  • Local flood relief donations at $80,000
    Donations for Winneshiek County flood relief have reached $80,000.
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  • The body of a missing Luther College student was found Sunday morning.
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  • Celebration of Life

    Winneshiek County Celebration of Life is Friday, Oct. 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. at T-Bock's Upstairs. Pictured above in the annual survivor photo are, from left (front row): Dianne Wiltgen, Mary Pat Shimek, Mary Anne Bakken, Renee Olson; (middle row): Marian Rovang-Rude, Sue Frana, Joyce Langreck, Caryl Larson; (back row): Joe Grimstad, Sharon Roher, Karen Erion, Bill Price. (Photo courtesy of Paul Scott)

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  • Turkey Valley homecoming court
    The Turkey Valley homecoming king and queen will be crowned next week in preparation for the homecoming matchup against AGWSR.
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  • The trip of a lifetime
    The history of Decorah's Nordic Dancers spans have a century and is as old as the popular Nordic Fest.
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  • Low Carbon CROSSINGS
    A local environmentalist is hitting the road to educate the public regarding the effects of climate change.
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  • Confessions of a Royal Watcher: Abdicate? Who, Me?

    Decorah's Rachel Faldet pens another "confessions" piece about her favorite royal.

     

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  • Northeast Iowa Community College hosted its annual Fall Fest last week.
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  • Friday night highlights
    All three area high school teams were in action Friday night for the start of district play.
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  • Lightning suspected as cause of early morning house fire in Calmar

    According to KWWL, firefighters were on the scene of an apartment fire in Calmar Wednesday morning. They believe the building might have been struck by lightning. KWWL is reporting several people had to be evacuated, but everyone is out safely. (Decorah Newspapers photo by Becky Walz)

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  • Another hole-in-one, another vehicle won
    Kent Stock, a 1985 Luther College graduate, recently picked up his new Chevy Silverado truck, purchased with a $25,000 voucher he received for sinking a hole-in-one at the Lynch Family Foundation's annual golf outing in June.
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