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July 22, 2014

Honoring water, wastewater workers
The Decorah Utility Department, from left, Michael O’Hara, Rick Bohr, Jeremy Carolan, Todd Ihde, Dennis Myhre, Jon Young, Don McCormick (retired), Jason Hovey, David Pahlas (retired), Andy Kruse, David Halverson (retired), Josh Ludeking and Bob Watson, who initiated Water and Wastewater Workers of Iowa week. Not pictured, Jim Cooper. (Decorah Newspapers photo by Sarah Strandberg)

News

Sports

  • Warriors advance to substate final Tuesday
    The South Winn baseball team is on the verge of making history.  
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  • One game down, two left until state for Vikes
    The first step in the journey was completed Friday night in the first round of district action as the Decorah baseball team (22-10) disposed of Charles City (10-20) for the fourth time during the season. 
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  • Decorah’s Knaack wins state title for DEC
    Decorah’s Isaac Knaack made history Saturday by becoming the first state champion for the Decorah Swim Club (DEC), coached by Eric Crawford. 
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  • Two local softball players have been recognized by the Iowa Girls Softball Coaches Association. 
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  • Jack Lynch will be inducted into the umpire hall of fame. 
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  • Four members of the Decorah softball team were honored by the Northeast Iowa conference recently by being named all-conference. 
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  • Recent Luther College graduate Becca Girvan (Maple Grove, Minn.) has been selected as the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference's nominee for the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. 
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  • Getting by; No. 8 Warriors hold on to defeat NFV, NH next
    It was a little too close for comfort for Warrior fans Tuesday night as Class 2 No. 8 South Winn and North Fayette Valley battled in the district semifinal in New Hampton. 
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  • Vikings ready for district ball
    The Decorah baseball team will be riding a six-game win streak to open the playoffs Friday night, after the Vikings defeated Waterloo West (2-28) 11-1 in five innings at home Tuesday night. 
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  • Trojans end year with Tripoli
    The season came to an unexpected end Tuesday night for the Turkey Valley baseball team. 
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  • Busche enjoying first “le Tour”
    Riding in his first Tour de France, Matthew “Flip” Busche, Luther College class of 2007, was excited for the opportunity and impressed by the start of the 101st “le Tour.” 
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  • Over 100 take part in Fair Fun Run
    Over 100 people participated in the annual Decorah Park and Rec Fair Fun Run, held July 12. 
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  • South Winn graduate Darrik Poshusta and Turkey Valley alum Luke Kuennen will take part in the annual Shrine Bowl. 
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  • Vos a preseason All-American
    Josh Vos, a 2010 graduate of Morrison High School and current Luther football player, has been named to the 26th annual USA College Football Division III Pre-Season All-America Team as a third team selection at running back. 
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  • South Winneshiek cross country camp will be held Monday, Aug. 4, through Friday, Aug. 8.  
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