The Decorah Nespapers
January 17, 2018
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  • Winneshiek Medical Center Auxiliary scholarship applications available
    The Winneshiek Medical Center Auxiliary is offering their annual Health Care Career Scholarship to residents of Winneshiek County interested in pursuing a health care profession.
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  • Power to the Polls  Second annual Decorah Womens March is Jan. 20
    Power to the Polls, the second annual Decorah Womens March, is Saturday, Jan. 20, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at Mary Christopher Park in Decorah.
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  • Decorah native battles for CEO number one spot, vote now
    Decorah High School graduate Tess Wicks is one of 50 finalists for an ongoing competition to become a Cancun Experience Officer (CEO).
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  • ‘Beat the Blues Winter Marathon’ starts in NE Iowa
    Upper Explorerland Regional Planning Commission and WalkNEIowa.org have combined to offer the “Beat the Blues Winter Marathon” challenge, starting now until March 3.
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  • Luther College celebrates Mid-Winter Community Day Jan. 20
    Area families and Luther College alumni, parents and friends of the college are invited to the 2018 Mid-Winter Community Day beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, in the Regents Center on the Luther College campus.
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  • Winneshiek Medical Center welcomes first baby of 2018
    Carter Egeland was the first baby born in the New Year at Winneshiek Medical Center in Decorah.
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  • National Geographic 'Explorer' wraps up documentation  of Decorah
    This week, National Geographic 'Explorer' Erika Skogg will wrap up the portion of her photography project set in Decorah. Skogg’s project is aimed at visually preserving the Scandinavian culture within the upper Midwest. She is a recent recipient of National Geographic's Early Career grant, which is funding her research. More information can be found in next week's Decorah Newspapers. 
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  • Burglary in Bluffton
    The Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office is alerting area businesses about a burglary that occurred at the Bluffton Store around 4 a.m. Dec. 31.
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  • Winneshiek County Sheriff's Office hires new Deputy
    The Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office recently hired Deputy Chris Wuebker. He was sworn in Jan. 2 by Judge Margaret Lingreen at the Winneshiek County Courthouse.
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  • WMC staff make the holidays brighter for local families
    For the 24th year, Winneshiek Medical Center (WMC) providers and staff supported families seeking a brighter Christmas through the Giving Wreath program, coordinated with Northeast Iowa Community Action. This year, the medical center adopted five local families.
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  • Seed Savers celebrates annual 'Winter on the Farm'
    Seed Savers Exchange recently celebrated its annual Winter on the Farm.
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  • Winneshiek County Sheriff's Office promotes new deputies
    The Winneshiek County Sheriff's Office recently appointed Lieutenant/Second Deputy Jeff Berns to serve as Chief Deputy and Steve Nesvik to Lieutenant/Second Deputy.
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  • Jewell wins Lott IMPACT trophy
    Iowa middle linebacker Josey Jewell has won the Lott IMPACT trophy as the college defensive player having the biggest influence on his team. The announcement was made Sunday evening by Ronnie Lott at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach.
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  • Luther hosts 'Christmas in the Union'
    Luther College celebrated “Christmas in the Union” in the lobby of Dahl Centennial Union on the Luther campus, Wednesday. This family-oriented event was open to the public with no charge for admission. Activities included crafts, readings from children’s holiday books, music and games, and an opportunity for pictures with Santa by the fireplace. Cookies, hot chocolate and apple cider were available. For more photos, see next weeks Decorah Newspapers.
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  • The GetUp opens in Decorah
    The GetUp, selling children’s clothing, gear and maternity wear, recently opened in downtown Decorah. For the full feature and more photos, see today's Decorah Journal.
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