March 24, 2017
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Echoes of the Past
‘Reflection on Art, Representation, and Black Militancy’:
Muha Bazilia. (Submitted photo)
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 10:15 AM
Brazilian artist Muha Bazilia will present “Reflection on Art, Representation, and Black Militancy” Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 7 to 8 p.m., in Olin 102 on the Luther College campus.
Decorah teen shares his story of transgender
It’s okay to be different.
Vendor and craft show Saturday
A vendor and craft show Saturday, March 25 in Ridgeway will benefit the Ridgeway Veteran's Memorial.
Decorah Envirothon teams advance to state
It is on to state for two Envirothon teams from Decorah.
Great Strides tack sale is Saturday
Great Strides of Northeast Iowa will hold a Tack Sale Fundraiser on Saturday, March 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Community Building on the Winneshiek County Fairgrounds.
Council approves Alliant moratorium, authorizes feasibility study
The Decorah City Council has taken steps that will allow a citizens group to explore a municipal electric utility (MEU) for the city.
After hearing concerns, Council tables truck traffic restrictions
A resolution that would have restricted truck traffic through the city of Decorah was tabled Monday night after members of the Decorah City Council realized it would have left farmers without a viable substitute.
Decorah rallies to save local JC Penney
After hearing plans the Decorah JC Penney store will be closing in June, the Decorah Area Chamber of Commerce (DACC) created an on-line petition and started a letter writing campaign in an effort to keep the store open.
Work of renowned photographer Huffman featured at April 8 meeting
A presentation on Winneshiek County native Layton Alton Huffman, an early photographer in the Montana territory and western North Dakota from 1878 to 1910, will be part of the Winneshiek County Historical Society’s annual meeting Saturday, April 8, at the Decorah Senior Center, 806 River St., in Decorah.
Luther College's Beth Lynch named faculty research fellow
Luther College Associate Professor of Biology Beth Lynch has been named as the college's Center for Ethics and Public Engagement's faculty research fellow.
Winneshiek County Community Foundation Awards $120,000 to 30 non-profits
The Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa has approved $120,000 in grant funding on recommendations made by the local Winneshiek County Community Foundation (WCCF).
Decorah approves school calendar
The Decorah School District has approved a 2017-2018 calendar that has Decorah’s graduation scheduled a week before Luther’s.
Decorah J.C. Penney store closing after 95-year run
A fixture in downtown Decorah for nearly a century is expected to close its doors in June.
Decorah’s Tree Board surveys street trees and plans for future plantings
Volunteers working for the Decorah Tree Board have completed a survey of boulevard trees in most older neighborhoods of the city.
St. Benedict’s nearing $3 million campaign goal
Beginning in late September, St. Benedict’s Catholic Church initiated its capital campaign – Building Our Future Together.
Luther College names new dean for institutional equity and inclusion
Luther College President Paula Carlson has announced the appointment of Lloren Foster as dean for institutional equity and inclusion.
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