The Decorah Nespapers
September 23, 2018
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  • 'Buddy Poppy Days' Friday and Saturday
    The Veterans of Foreign Wars and the VFW Auxiliary will observe “Buddy Poppy Days” Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21 and 22.
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  • SW Homecoming royalty crowned
    Tayton Bullerman and Sierra Breitsprecher were crowned as the 2018 South Winn homecoming king and queen following Friday's pep rally. See more photos from the pep rally, parade and game in Tuesday's Decorah Public Opinion. (Photo by Becky Walz)
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  • 'Presumed Guilty: Why We Shouldn't Ask Muslims to  Condemn Terrorism'
    Asking Muslims to condemn terrorist acts can lead to racist scapegoating, an act which prevents majority populations in the West from coming to terms with their own violent past and their ongoing complicity in a violent world order, according to Todd Green, Luther College associate professor of religion.
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  • Viking baseball coach brings legendary career to an end
    THERE WILL BE no more filling out little yellow lineup cards or prowling of the third-base coach's box for Decorah’s Dennis Olejniczak.
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  • New start time for Viking football tonight

    Due to impending weather, tonight's football schedule has been changed with the season opener between the Decorah Viking and Waukon Indian football teams will now kick-off at 6:30 p.m. tonight (Friday, Aug. 24) in Decorah.

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  • Award-winning children’s musician Patty Shukla to perform in Decorah
    Get ready to dance, jump, wiggle and learn with award-winning children’s musician Patty Shukla.

    Decorah Public Library will welcome Shukla for two shows at Carrie Lee Auditorium Oct. 20.
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  • Have you tried the Decorah Newspapers E-Edition?

    This week’s Decorah Journal E-Edition is free for anyone to view. E-Editions are exact replicas of the printed newspaper with easy access on your computer, tablet, or smart phone.

  • Subject has been located
    Authorities have located the subject wanted in Thursday attack.
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  • An April 9 accident near Kendallville caused about $400,000, according to the Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office.
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  • Winneshiek County Dairy royalty crowned
    The 55th Annual Winneshiek County Dairy Banquet was held in Ossian Saturday night, with numerous DHIA and Dairy Promoter awards handed out and culminating in the crowning of the 2018 royalty.
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  • The Decorah High School National Honor Society is organizing the second annual “Hometown Heroes” basketball game, set for 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 23, in the Decorah High School gym.
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  • Winneshiek Idea House is Saturday
    Community “investors” and entrepreneurs will gather Saturday, March 24, for an evening of networking, idea sharing, and Winneshiek County’s adapted version of “Shark Tank,” which the Winneshiek Idea House (WIH) has aptly named “Trout Tank.”
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  • The Decorah High School Viking Café is open noon to 1 p.m. Thursday through May 3. Allie Hafner, Steven Baldridge and Maddy McEnaney will be serving Bacon Avocado Grilled Cheese, Tomato Basil Soup, and Chocolate Trifle at next week's March 22 Viking Café.
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  • Students walk out in honor of 17 killed in Parkland

    Decorah High School students were part of a national movement that walked out of school Wednesday morning to honor the 17 killed in the recent Parkland school shooting.

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  • Decorah High School raises $1,600 through bread sale
    The Decorah High School Community Club members hosted a bread sale last week to raise money for the Arneson family who recently lost two family members.
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