An ordinance that would have limited vehicle idling time in the city of Decorah was vetoed by Mayor Don Arendt Monday night.
Due to spring effects on the road beds, Winneshiek County will be placing weight restriction on certain roads around the county.
Two Decorah High School groups were selected as banner recipients at
this year’s All-State Speech Festival held in Ames over the weekend: a
television news broadcast entitled “FOCUS: Loss of Innocence/Society’s
Gain” and a short film entitled “Pressure.”
Friends of Jane Mucilinich, Decorah, are holding a T-shirt fundraiser to help pay for her medical expenses.
Grant Thomas, standing, a Luther College student from Omaha majoring in
education, addressed Iowa Legislators Mike Bergan, Michael Breitbach and
Kristi Hager during a crowded town hall meeting at Decorah City Hall
The Decorah School Board and Decorah Education Association (DEA) came to
a speedy agreement on the District’s master contract late Friday
The Upper Iowa Training Club will host a barn hunt at the Danan Lansing Building at the Winneshiek County Fairgrounds Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 17 - 19.
State Senator Michael Breitbach (Rep.) of Strawberry Point will host a
town hall meeting Saturday, Feb. 18, at 11:15 a.m. at the Decorah City
Council Chambers at Decorah City Hall.
When Decorah High School senior Kenzie Freeman wanted to put her sewing
skills to good use, she decided to do some research into how she could
make a difference.
Acclaimed film director Charles Burnett will join Novian Whitsitt,
Luther College professor of Africana studies and English, for a
conversation on African Americans in cinema at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16,
in Luther's Center for Faith and Life Main Hall.
Dragonfly Books will present husband and wife authors Stephanie Ash and
Geoff Herbach as they share stories and talk about their books Thursday,
Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. at Dragonfly Books.
"Who Do You Trust," an art exhibit featuring the work of Jed Jackson,
will be on display until March 15 in Luther College's Preus
Library. The exhibit is open to the public with no charge for admission.
In observance of Black History Month, Northeast Iowa Community College
(NICC) invites faculty, staff, students and community members to a
presentation on campus Thursday, Feb. 16, by Dr. Michael Hill, associate
professor of English and African American Studies at University of
Luther’s Anderson Prairie is a benefit to the entire community.
Members of the local chapter of the Indivisible Movement - Indivisible
NE Iowa (SD28/HD55) - March Where You Live -- and many other community
members attended a town hall meeting with state Representative Mike
Bergan of Decorah and state Representative Kristi Hager of Waukon
Saturday in Postville.
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