The Decorah Nespapers
November 20, 2017
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  • Helping Services’ Holiday Lights opens Wednesday
    Thanks to the help of dozens of volunteers, Holiday Lights will be ready for public viewing Wednesday, Nov. 22.
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  • Jewell celebrated on Iowa Senior Day
    A three-year starter and captain for the Iowa Hawkeye football team, Josey Jewell was one of the seniors recognized Saturday. He is shown with his parents Bobby and Paula Jewell of Decorah. (Photo courtesy of JScott Images, www.jscottimages.com)
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  • PIVO Brewery and Blepta Art Studio opening in Calmar, Nov. 22
    Owners Craig and Sara Neuzil will open the doors of PIVO Brewery and Blepta Studios to the public Wednesday, Nov. 22.
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  • The November meeting of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is Monday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m., in the lower level meeting room in the Decorah Public Library.
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  • Officer Wuebker honored by Attorney's Office and DEA
    Officer Christopher Wuebker of the Decorah Police Department recently was honored by the United States Attorney’s Offices for the Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for his commitment to reducing drug abuse. In picture from left, Chief of Police, Bill Nixon; Award recipient, Christopher Wuebker and U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa, Pete Deegan.
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  • Waving Grains bakery offers shares to community
    Tucked away in the back corner of the Armory Building at 421 W. Water Street, Decorah, is Waving Grains Bakery, an old business turned into a newly formed cooperative supplying baked goods to local businesses and events.
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  • Decorah High School hosts Veterans Day breakfast
    Decorah High School hosted a Veterans Day breakfast Monday, Nov. 13 in the cafeteria.
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  • South Winneshiek High School will present "Bye Bye Birdie,” a hilarious musical full of 1960’s Elvis-type rock and roll music, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10 and 11, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 12, at 1:30 p.m.
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  • More than a game
    Waucoma’s Logan Manderfi eld (center) served as Iowa’s Kid Captain Saturday. He stands between Head Coach Kirk Ferentz (left) and Decorah native Josey Jewell during the Star Spangled Banner.
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  • For the first time in the city’s history, Decorah will have a woman mayor.
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  • Trunk or treat a huge hit
    Trunk or Treat, an annual trick or treating tradition, took place Oct. 31 in the Fareway parking lot.
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  • Susan Nelson, 64, Harmony, Minn. was airlifted from the scene after the vehicle she was driving collided with another vehicle on Highway 52 Thursday afternoon.
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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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