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  • Reichow serves as honorary Vikings captain
    Reichow serves as honorary Vikings captain
    Garet “Jerry” Reichow is the only person who has been with the Minnesota Vikings for their entire 59-season history and one of the longest-serving employees in the NFL. He has been a wide receiver, scout, personnel director and consultant.
  • Final night at the mic
    Final night at the mic
    Tonight (Friday, Oct. 18), Elliott Christen will celebrate a milestone, one that is rarely found at the high school, collegiate or professional sports levels.  Tonight, will mark Elliott’s final regular season game as public address announcer for Decorah High School Football.  A position that he has held for the past 50 years.  
  • Christen set for mic drop after 2019 season
    Christen set for mic drop after 2019 season
    Decorah fans will have one final season to enjoy play-by-play descriptions of the action at Viking Stadium provided by long-time public address announcer Elliott Christen.
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  • Meyer finishes sixth, Rolfs eighth at state

    Dreams of a state title ended for four Winneshiek County wrestlers last week.

    Decorah grappler Jackson Rolfs, along with South Winn trio Ethan Maldonado, Zach Taylor and Damon Meyer, put on singlets at the State Wrestling Tournament in Des Moines Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 20-22.

  • Explosive second half leads Trojans to victory
    After eight days of down time since its last competition, the Turkey Valley boys’ basketball team needed the first half of Thursday’s Class 1A District 4 quarterfinal to get into rhythm versus Central Elkader. Once the dust was off the playbook, the Trojans put together a complete game to defeat the Warriors, 68-34.
  • Warriors escape N-P with win
    The South Winn boys’ basketball team (14-8) edged a win over Nashua-Plainfield on the Huskies’ home turf 51-46, Thursday, Feb. 20, in Nashua.
  • Central mounts comeback, stops TV
    It wasn’t the ending the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team was looking for as it squared off with No. 13 Central Elkader (21-3) in West Union Friday night. The Warriors ended the Trojans’ state bid after mounting a fourth-quarter come-from-behind win, 53-46.
  • Vikings end season with No. 9 Saints
    The Decorah girls’ basketball team (12-10) fell to No. 9 Cedar Rapids Xavier (15-7) in the regional playoffs Saturday, Feb. 22, ending its 2019-2020 season in the Class 4A regional semifinals.
  •    Decorah's Get-2-Gether Committee and Decorah Parks and Recreation are hosting a free March Madness event for adults with special needs from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 1, at Decorah Lutheran Church.
  • Deep breath; Trojans survive Kee High, 55-52

    A sigh of relief.

    Following the battle of the full-court presses between the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (19-4) and Kee (15-8), the Trojans remained on the path to the state tournament, defeating the Hawks, 55-52 in the Class 1A quarterfinal in Waukon.

  • Vikings riding eight-game win streak into postseason
    Trailing after the first and third quarters, the Decorah boys’ basketball team (17-4) came up with big second and fourth frames to squeeze by Prairie du Chien in the regular season finale, 39-38, Tuesday night at home.
  • Keglers end season on high note

    After seeing much success on the lanes this season, the Decorah bowling teams came up a little short at Tuesday’s district meet in Waterloo.

  • Youth across the region are invited to register for spring soccer, offered by Decorah United Soccer Club (DUSC). 

  • NST youth take water
    Northeastern Swim Team swimmers who are 8 and under competed at the 2020 Iowa Winter 8 and Under Championship at the Dubuque Community School Aquatic Center Feb. 15. 
  • Vikings prove to be the best of NEIC
    It was a long time in the making, 25 years to be exact, since the Decorah boys’ basketball team (16-4, 10-2 NEIC) stood atop the Northeast Iowa Conference final standings alone. With the atmosphere mimicking that of a playoff atmosphere with energized fans, the Vikings took down Charles City (10-9, 9-3 NEIC) Friday night, 58-53.
  • Trio punch tickets to state

    The dream of a championship lives on for three South Winn wrestlers after they punched their ticket to the individual state wrestling tournament Saturday.

  • Rolfs headed to Wells Fargo

    And then there was one.

    The Decorah wrestling team will be sending just one grappler to the state wrestling tournament, following Saturday’s Class 2A District 6 action hosted by New Hampton.

  • Decorah finishes season at state in 15th
    Diving into the water at state, five members represented the Decorah boys’ swim team Saturday at the 2020 state meet held at the University of Iowa Natatorium in Iowa City.
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