The Decorah Nespapers
October 18, 2017
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  • The WMC Auxiliary will sell Scratch Cupcakery cupcakes from now until Friday, Oct. 27, with the proceeds benefiting the Winneshiek Medial Center.
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  • Five members of the Decorah FFA recently competed at the District FFA Soils Evaluation Career Development Event held at the Hawkeye Community College Campus.
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  • Viking Pride across the ages
    Decorah early childhood and elementary students celebrated Homecoming by showing their Viking Pride with special dress up days, school assemblies, and attending the Homecoming parade.
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  • DHS homecoming royalty
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  • It is a homecoming celebration unlike no other for Turkey Valley in 2017 as Central Elkader announced that it will forfeit Friday’s game Monday morning. The Central Warriors began the season with just 18 players and due to injuries and illnesses has already forfeited one game this season.

    The Homecoming dance will be held Friday, Sept. 29, from 8 to 10:30 p.m.

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  • It will be homecoming celebration unlike no other for Turkey Valley in 2017 as Central Elkader announced  Monday that it will forfeit the game that was scheduled for Friday.
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  • Helping hands
    North Winneshiek students are collecting Box Tops for Education and Milk Moola caps and labels for a Texas school affected by the hurricane.
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  • New SW royalty
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  • Gundersen Decorah Clinic celebrating 25 years of caring
    From a four-physician practice with a handful of nurses and support staff, to its current multi-specialty clinic with 19 providers and 90 employees, Gundersen Decorah Clinic has given patients and their families the care they need close to home.
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  • Canoe and kayak program at Lake Meyer
    Winneshiek County Conservation will host an introductory canoe and kayak program at Lake Meyer Sunday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m.
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  • Larry Reis receives award from RC&D
    Northeast Iowa Resource Conservation and Development recently awarded Larry Reis with the Outstanding Partner Award for his exemplary dedication to natural resource interpretation, education and photography.
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  • Students learn about their input on new Decorah Fairfield Inn
    Decorah Middle School students recently learned how their ideas for making the new Decorah Fairfield Inn and Suites more sustainable were incorporated into the hotel that opened earlier this month.
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  • Live on Water Street a success
    The 300 block of Water Street was packed Saturday evening as Twin Cities-based Farewell Milwaukee and other musicians entertained the crowd.
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  • Fantastic fun at Fall Fest
    Riley Scheidel of New Hampton mastered the zip line during NICC's annual Fall Fest celebration in Calmar this week. (Photo by Lissa Blake)
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