The Decorah Nespapers
April 29, 2017
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  • Everett Wegge named Bradish Scholarship recipient
    Decorah High School has named Everett Wegge as the recipient of the Norman C. Bradish Scholarship for the 2016-17 school year.
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  • Winneshiek County Development’s Biz Booster Challenge and Ag-Mini Grant programs were a great success this year, awarding small businesses approximately $17,000 in grant funds, according to Stephanie Fromm, executive director for Winneshiek County Development (WCDI).
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  • For the month of May, Decorah area retailers and the Decorah Area Chamber of Commerce (DACC) are encouraging locals to shift their shopping to local stores through an educational campaign called #SHOPDECORAH.
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  • Trout fishing in Northeast Iowa has a significant economic impact on the region.
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  • The Winneshiek County Republican Party has scheduled a "We the People" rally in support of the accomplishments of the 2017 Iowa Legislature and President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.
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  • The local chapter of Indivisible is hosting a “Pro-Compassion Bake Sale” 2 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at Norm Smith Plaza (the park next to the Oneota Co-op).
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  • The Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Center will host a two-day program and discussion about SF 215/HF 299, the End of Life Option Act.
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  • Ice Cave Road in Decorah will be closed to vehicles Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., for the Decorah Mountain Bike Time Trials.

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  • Trout Unlimited annual fundraiser Saturday
    The Driftless Chapter of Trout Unlimited hosted their 10th annual Stream Clean Up Day Saturday, April 8.
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  • Due to predicted rain and cold, the Wildflower Walk scheduled for Sunday, April 30, at Lake Meyer Park has been cancelled.
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  • Varney elected vice president of School Administrators of Iowa
    Rick Varney, principal of John Cline Elementary School principal in Decorah, has been elected vice president of School Administrators of Iowa (SAI) and will begin his term on the Executive Committee Sept. 1.
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  • The Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors has taken another step toward buying out six flood-damaged homes in the county.
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  • A free and confidential drug drop-off event is Saturday, April 29, in Decorah.
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  • ‘Islam and Pre-emptive Incarceration’
    Human rights lawyer Kathy Manley will join Ikraan Abdurahman and Mariam Abu-Ali, whose brothers were imprisoned under the auspices of terrorism-related investigations, to discuss their experiences with the U.S. justice system and the Patriot Act in a panel titled “Islam and Pre-emptive Incarceration” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, in F.W. Olin Building Room 102 on the Luther campus.
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  • A historic Decorah home is on its way to a new location.
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