The Decorah Nespapers
April 21, 2018
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  • Rob Sand to hold meet-and-greet at Luther April 26
    Rob Sand, candidate for state auditor, is holding a meet-and-greet with Luther Students and members of the Decorah community Thursday, April 26, at 6 p.m., in Olin Hall 101 on the Luther College campus.
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  • A fire at an old fertilizer plant in Ossian caused the evacuation of students from DeSales School and Childcare Center in Ossian Friday afternoon.
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  • City Hall receives anonymous gift of art
    City of Decorah employees received a welcome surprise when they arrived at work recently.
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  • CORRECTION #10 on the Citywide Garage Sale Map is at 508 Locust Street (not Locust Road). Saturday 7-1: like new books, men & women’s brand name clothing/shoes, kitchen and home décor and much much more. Most items in good to excellent condition.

    ADDITION: a portion of the listing for the garage sale at 501 Winneshiek Ave. was inadvertently left out of the paper. The full listing is: Corner of 501 Winneshiek Ave. & 2nd Street: Saturday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.: 3 party sale. Huge amount of restored antique picture frames & others. Furniture, housewares, ladies bike, garden stuff, kitchen cupboards, and jewelry.

     
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  • Due to weather and subsequent schedule changes, the Decorah Community School District's 6th grade operetta, “The Lion King Jr.,” will be performed the following dates and times:
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  • St. Ben students to compete at  NE Iowa Catholic Speech Contest
    St. Benedict School recently held its annual speech contest. Speech Coordinator Paula Jewell worked with the seventh and eighth grade students as they memorized a three-to-eight-minute monologue.
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  • St. Ben students advance to state History Day contest
    St. Benedict Students advancing to the state History Day contest April 30th in Des Moines, from left (front): Hailey Bower, Julia Philips, Amy Jensen, Jenna Hartz, Justin Berlage; (back): Alex Kane, Dylan Muhlbauer, Liz Clement, Jaden Weis, Chloe Dixon, and Ellen Rooney. (Submitted photo)
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  • ‘Stoked on Folk’ is Saturday, April 21, at Courtyard & Cellar
    Water Street Music was started in 2012 by two Luther students. Now in its sixth season, Water Street Music is excited to return to its roots: local talent and folk tunes.

    “Stoked on Folk” is Saturday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m., at The Courtyard & Cellar, and will feature three folk bands: Fruitmouse, Sopha Sisters and Dunning Strings, who will come together for a night of community and music. Tickets are $7 for students, and $12 general admission.
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  • The Winneshiek Medical Center Auxiliary will award 2018 health career scholarships at their annual Spring Brunch Saturday, April 21.
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  • Emily Dirks performs Brudos Family Opera Prize Recital April 28
    Emily Dirks, Luther College senior from Monticello, is the 2017-18 recipient of the Alan R. and Sally J. Brudos Family Opera Prize. As part of the award, Dirks will perform a recital at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on the Luther campus.
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  • Spring in Iowa
    A snowstorm Wednesday closed area schools and caused travel headaches throughout Northeast Iowa.
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  • Luther College and the Oneota Film Festival are hosting a screening of the documentary “Heroin(e)” at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 21 in Valders Hall of Science Room 206 on the Luther campus.
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  • Commission asks to fly Pride flags at festival
    A request to amend the city’s flag-display policy in conjunction with an upcoming event has prompted the Decorah City Council to schedule a review of the policy by the Council’s betterment committee.
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  • Black History reading group at NEIPJC April 24
    The Black History Reading Group will meet Tuesday, April 24, at 7 p.m., at the Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Center (119 Winnebago Street).
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  • Dean Beckman observes milestone with 'The Lion King Jr.'
    Dean Beckman, Decorah Middle School music teacher, is celebrating his 30th 6th Grade Operetta in the Decorah Community School District.
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