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September 20, 2014
  • Red Cross office here to close
    The American Red Cross of Tri-States Services has announced plans to close the Decorah satellite office. 
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  • Decorah Police received a 911 call regarding a bike accident on the Trout Run Bike Trail near 1102 Highway 9 Thursday, Sept. 18 at 3:28 p.m. Injured in the accident was Daniel Werner of Decorah. 
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  • Bestselling author William Kent Krueger in Decorah Oct. 8
    Award-winning author William Kent Krueger returns to Decorah Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 pm at Decorah Public Library. 
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  • 'Autumn Blaze'
    The Decorah Town and Country Garden Club recently planted an ‘Autumn Blaze’ maple tree at Vennehjem in memory of Elaine  (Mrs. Gerald) Johnson.  
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  • A forum featuring candidates for U.S. Congress, the Iowa Legislature and Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors is Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. 
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  • The city of Ridgeway wants to take back responsibility for repair of its streets.  
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  • The community will have the chance to weigh in on a digital learning environment purchase that will cost the Decorah School District more than $1.7 million.  
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  • Elena Rue, formerly of Decorah, is allowing her award winning 18 minute film, “Shared Origins,”  to be shown at PFLAG”S Sept. 22, monthly 7 p.m. meeting. 
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  • Join Craig Thompson, from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m., at the Decorah Public Library as he shares stories and insights from the Osa Peninsula in South America. 
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  • Water Street Music Series announces a third season of programming beginning with “Homegrown in Decorah,” featuring Bread and Butter String Band with special guests John Goodin, Erik Sessions and Ellen Rockne. 
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  • Center Stage Series:
    Luther College Center Stage Series presents home-grown hoofers from the Minneapolis arts scene, Rhythmic Circus, performing “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!” 
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  • An Iowa Association of School Boards representative will present financial information on the South Winneshiek and Turkey Valley school districts Monday, Sept. 22. 
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  • Whether tax abatement is the best route for improving housing availability in the city of Decorah is still under debate by members of the Decorah City Council. 
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  • Winneshiek Energy District has been awarded over $400,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture to develop and implement an agricultural energy efficiency and renewables initiative over three years.  
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  • Decorah Water Superintendent Todd Ihde informed the Decorah City Council Monday night his department will be flushing hydrants starting this week for the next several weeks. 
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