The Decorah Nespapers
October 16, 2018
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Muha Bazilia. (Submitted photo)
Muha Bazilia. (Submitted photo)
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 10:15 AM
Brazilian artist Muha Bazilia will present “Reflection on Art, Representation, and Black Militancy” Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 7 to 8 p.m., in Olin 102 on the Luther College campus.
  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Power of Trees
    Sunflower Child Development recently joined Trees Forever and Black Hills Energy to plant 22 trees at the nonprofit/childcare facility. 
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  • Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity along with Rachel Blake and her three children, Cameron, Brody and Alec, invite everyone to share in a dedication of WCHfH’s 2018 home project Sunday, Oct. 14, from 1 to 3 p.m.
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  • Candidates for federal and state office attended a political forum last week. (Comments made during the event by those seeking county offices were published in Tuesday’s Public Opinion.)
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  • Calmar Fire Department receives badges in memory of former chief
    On Memorial Day, the family of Pete Meyer presented each of the Calmar Firefighters with a badge in Meyer’s honor. Meyer died June 7, 2017, after a three-year battle with cancer. He served 37 years as chief of the Calmar Fire Department and volunteered a total of 47 years as a firefighter.
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  • Sparrow hike at Chipera Prairie Sunday
    Winneshiek County Conservation is hosting a sparrow viewing hike at Chipera Prairie Sunday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. 
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  • The Iowa Transportation Commission will hold a public input meeting in Decorah at the Hotel Winneshiek, 104 East Water Street Tuesday, Oct. 9, to hear about transportation matters from representatives of local government, interest groups and individuals.
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  • Trojan royalty
    Crowned as the 2018 Turkey Valley Homecoming Queen and King Friday night were Karissa Schmidt and Carter Reicks.
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  • Peace Be the Journey
    Peace Be the Journey, a bike ride for mental health awareness, was Saturday at the Decorah Fish Hatchery. 
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