The Decorah Nespapers
March 27, 2017
  • Decorah teen shares his story of transgender
    It’s okay to be different.
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  • Decorah Envirothon teams advance to state
    It is on to state for two Envirothon teams from Decorah.
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  • Waterfowl viewing at Cardinal Marsh Sunday
    Winneshiek County Conservation will host a waterfowl viewing field trip to Cardinal Marsh Sunday, March 26, at 2 p.m.
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  • If current legislation will not protect the people, then people have the right to create new law.If current legislation will not protect the people, then people have the right to create new law. 
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  • Dairy Foundation hosts Hall of Breeds open house
    There are some new bovine faces at Iowa’s Dairy Center in Calmar.
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  • Daffodil Days
    Local daffodil drivers recently delivered daffodils in the area as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
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  • Students at John Cline and Carrie Lee had the opportunity to visit with local law enforcement officials on Monday.
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  • Four NICC students honored at recognition banquet
    Four students at Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) were honored at the 2017 All-Iowa Academic Team Recognition Banquet held in Des Moines March 1. Pictured at the ceremony are, left to right: Dr. Kenneth Reimer, NICC Board of Trustees president; Brandi Hoff, Scott Mahr, Angela Warnke and Jacqueline Welch; Dr. Liang Chee Wee, NICC president; and Karla Winter, Phi Theta Kappa chapter co-advisor and NICC district registrar.
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  • Volunteers at a local food pantry are hoping the community will come together to help with future expansion.
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  • Oneota Film Festival begins today

    The Eighth annual Oneota Film Festival kicks off Thursday, March 9, at 7 p.m. at the Elks Lodge with a screening of the acclaimed film “The Eagle Huntress,” which follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter—a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries.

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  • Decorah Council adopts Friendship Not Fear statement

    The Decorah City Council has adopted a statement in support of Muslims in the community and the nation. (Photo of Asha Aden speaking at the Decorah Women's March courtesy Parker Deen.)

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  • Eagles of Decorah premieres tonight
    Iowa Public Television will air the premiere of “The Eagles of Decorah" today (Wednesday, March 8), at 6:30 p.m. on statewide IPTV and on Facebook live. It will also air Saturday, March 11, at 8 a.m.
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  • Demolition work on the old Foremost Farms property located at the east end of Water St. began this week.
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  • Famke, a Field Spaniel owned by Jennifer Hogge of West Des Moines, was among the participants in the Upper Iowa Training Club's recent Barn Hunt at the Danan Lansing Building in Decorah. (Photo courtesy Kim Photography)
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  • Open for business
    The Decorah High School Viking Café (located at Decorah High School) is open for business every Thursday from noon – 1 p.m. Students in Dana Einck’s foods and hospitality classes prepare meals for the public.
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