The Decorah Nespapers
October 16, 2018
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  • As the busy harvest season continues, the Decorah Area Chamber of Commerce (DACC) encourages all farmers to take time to care for themselves
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  • St. Benedict Parish in Decorah invites the public to an open house for its new $3.5 million renovation project
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  • Four Winneshiek County residents are being honored by Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) for their outstanding career achievements and exemplary service to their communities.
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  • A workshop on home maintenance and weatherization techniques will be presented in the Upper Explorerland conference room, 325 Washington St., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18.
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  • Sunday snowfall may be earliest in Decorah history
    Sunday’s snowfall is unofficially the earliest recorded in Decorah’s weather history, according to Decorah Meteorologist Richard Bernatz.
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  • The Spectrum Kitchen opening soon
    When I started at The Spectrum Network in late 2015, I was eager to lead this organization and to support top-notch service to people with disabilities.
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  • NMP’s ‘Genie in the Sand’ opens Thursday night
    New Minowa Players will present their children’s show, “Genie in the Sand,” Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 18-20, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. at the New Minowa Players Theatre.
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  • The Winneshiek County Treasurer’s Office is closing at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, and all day Wednesday, Oct. 17, to attend a statewide meeting for all state and county driver’s license issuance employees.
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  • They say life is a journey but when the journey takes an unexpected turn along the way, the road can get very bumpy.

    For Perry Sievert of Calmar, the last three years have been a rough road. Sievert was diagnosed in the fall of 2015 with cancer. He fought hard and won.
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  • The Decorah Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers who are excited to share their knowledge about Decorah and the surrounding area with visitors.
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  • Luther College Sustainability presents Land Care Outreach
    Luther College sustainability invites the Decorah community to a series of hikes and walks in the natural areas of the Luther campus. The excursions, part of Luther's new Land Care Outreach program, are open to the public with no charge for admission.
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  • Luther College will spray the lawns with herbicides to provide well-maintained, visually attractive grounds for Luther students, employees and visitors, and to control undesirable weeds on athletic fields.

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  • The Decorah Elks Charitable Foundation is holding its Fall Fling for Children featuring Avey/Grouws Duo and The Guilty Kilts Friday, Oct. 12, from 7 to 11 p.m., at the Elks Lodge. Advance tickets can be purchased at KDEC, KVIK, or at the Oneota Community Coop for $10 or $12 at the door.
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  • Winneshiek County will be closing County Road B33 near the intersection of County Road V64 for culvert work Monday, Oct. 15.
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  • A member of the Luther College community notified campus Safety and Security of a video recording device found in a unisex restroom on the second floor of the Dahl Centennial Union Wednesday afternoon, according to Decorah Police.
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