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  • Make it seven in a row for keglers
    It’s another step closer to the ultimate goal of competing at state as the Decorah boys’ bowling team moved to a 7-0 record with a 3,149 to 2,550 win over Tripoli on the road Friday.
    The girls’ squad also was victorious 1,996 to 1,830 to improve its record to 4-3.
  • Vikings claim dual title; Warriors third
    The Decorah gym was packed with wrestling fans Saturday for the annual Decorah Duals.
    And the trophy returned home.
    The Viking wrestling team earned the 2018 crown with a 4-1 record. The title came down to a three-way tie between Decorah, South Winn and Class 1A No. 8 Wapsie Valley.
  • Two silvers for Faldet
    Facing some top-notch competition in the state, the Decorah boys’ swim team competed in the Rusty Garst Invite Saturday in Fort Dodge, finishing fifth in the field of eight.
  • Vikes earn second NEIC win
    A big first half attack propelled the Decorah girls’ basketball team (5-10, 2-5 NEIC) past Charles City (0-11, 0-7 NEIC) 47-40 on the road Friday.
  • UIC win for Warriors
    It was another notch in the win column for the South Winn boys’ basketball team (8-5, 7-2 UIC) over West Central, 72-48, at home Friday.
  • With three players in double figures, the South Winn girls’ basketball team (5-6, 4-3 UIC) ran away with Friday’s UIC contest versus West Central, 51-38, at home.
  • Vikings fall to Comets
    Sitting in the middle of NEIC, the Decorah boys’ basketball team (5-7, 3-3 NEIC) faced an uphill battle against league leader, Charles City, falling, 54-35, at home Friday.
  • Trojans doomed by first quarter
    It took a quarter for the momentum pendulum to swing equally between the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (8-7) and Waterloo West (8-7) at home Saturday as Waterloo West grabbed the 65-45 win.
  • Registration for the Decorah United Soccer Club (DUSC) 2018 spring soccer season is underway.
  • Mother Nature decided to interfere with the winter sports schedules for area teams last week.
  • NST to send five to All-Star Championship
    The Northeastern Swim Team is sending five swimmers to the 2018 Midwest All Star Championship meet in Elkhorn, Neb., Jan. 12-14.
  • Crestwood stops Vikes
    Taking its game on the road, the Decorah girls’ basketball team (4-10, 1-5 NEIC) suffered scoring droughts against Class 3A No. 2 Crestwood (12-0, 6-0 NEIC), falling 64-23, Tuesday.
  • Warriors pick up dual win
    The South Winn wrestling team earned another dual win Tuesday, but also suffered its first dual loss Tuesday.
  • Johnson pours in 24 for Viking win
    Six treys by Jonah Johnson spearheaded the Decorah boys’ basketball team (5-6, 3-2 NEIC) past Crestwood (5-6, 1-4 NEIC) 76-51, at home, Tuesday.
  • Turkey Valley survives Warriors’ charge
    It all came down to the closing minute of Tuesday’s contest between the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (8-6, 6-2 UIC) and South Winn (4-7, 3-3 UIC). The Lady Trojans survived, 42-35.
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Amish Experience: Pie Making Demonstration at 8:30 AM on 1/17/2018
Start Time: 1/17/2018 8:30:00 AM
Location: 28097 Goodview Drive
Lanesboro, MN 55949
Are you a pie lover? If so, then join us and learn the ‘how to’s’ from an experienced Amish baker. Your Amish instructor will expertly whip up several types of pies from scratch. Learn about using a wood stove and sample the results with coffee. Not only will you gain insight into the Amish lifestyle, you’ll create a warm and tasty memory. The class meets at Eagle Bluff and travels via Eagle Bluff van to the Amish home. Note: The Amish do not allow photos to be taken or names to be published. Travel time is included at beginning and end of class. Preregistration required. $55/person
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