The Decorah Nespapers
May 26, 2016
  • Decorah Swimming Pool opens Sunday
    The Decorah Swimming Pool opens for the season Sunday.
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  • Winneshiek County celebrates Memorial Day
    There will be a number of Memorial Day observances throughout Winneshiek County Monday, May 30.
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  • Gundersen adding second MedLink AIR helicopter
    The thundering sound of a medical helicopter will soon become more frequent in the Decorah area.
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  • Second eaglet dies at Decorah ‘North Nest’
    “DN2,” the second of three eaglets hatched at the Decorah “North Nest” has passed, according to Raptor Resource Project (RRP) Executive Director John Howe.
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  • DHS grads celebrate
    Celebrating their graduation from Decorah High School Sunday were, from left, kneeling: Chloe Gossling, Ashley Gulrud, Katie Perez, Ashley Schwartzhoff and Maggie Breitenstein, and standing: Kalle Solberg, Garret Hemesath, Ashlynn Franzen, Gabriel Varney, Ashley Darling, Bryce Hosting, Tim Meyer, Trevor Phillips and Andrew Larson. See more photos from graduation ceremonies held last weekend in Thursday’s Decorah Journal. (Photo by Clara Knudson)
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  • The two Republican candidates for Iowa House District 55 have confirmed they will attend a debate Thursday night, according to County Republican Chair Tom Hansen.
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  • The Winneshiek County Auditor’s office will be open late Friday, May 27, to accommodate voter registration.
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  • The Winneshiek County Democrats will hold their monthly Central Committee meeting Thursday, May 26 at 7 p.m. in the 2016 campaign headquarters, 218 West Water Street, Decorah.
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  • Three motorcycle riders were injured in a Saturday accident on Middle Calmar Road south of Decorah.
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  • A fond farewell
    Decorah School District staff retiring at the end of this school year include, from left: Liz Fritz, Barb Clausen, Marge Meyer, Lori Burras, Margaret Betteridge, Judy Busch, Paul Bruvold, Jeanne Luzum, Karen Van Der Maaten and Pat Billiet.
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  • Decorah School District classified staff, administration support and administration will receive the same raise the teachers did earlier this year.
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  • The Decorah City Council is exploring the feasibility of creating and implementing a special utility to help the city’s efforts to control flooding and storm water run-off.
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  • Judy Vijums ‘88, was elected to chair the Luther College Board of Regents and Wendy Davidson ‘92, was elected vice chair during the Regents’ meeting May 13-14.
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  • In case of a disaster, additional education could mean more dollars for the city of Decorah.
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  • Decorah High School commencement was Sunday, May 22. One hundred fifty-four members of the senior class graduated and were honored for their accomplishments. Pictured, above, grabbing a "selfie" before the ceremony are Lane Rahlf and Maria Maguiña. (Photo by Julie Berg-Raymond). For more photos, see this week's Decorah Newspapers.
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