Michael Hohenbrink

04/16/2018 - 2:49pm
North Fayette Valley hosted South Winneshiek boys and girls for the first golf meet of the season for the Warriors. The boys won 181 to 186 over the TigerHawks. “[N]ot a bad start for the boys [given] we have had no rounds in as of this meet,” said Coach Doug Schweinefus in an email sent Sunday. “[M]other [N]ature is not cooperating with us. [T]his i[s] the first time most of...
03/19/2018 - 3:15pm
A good group of young men was lost to graduation, but Coach Scott Conway has some optimism about South Winneshiek’s boys’ track. Losses include Joel Hanson, Alex Holthaus, Matthew Holthaus, Noah Kuboushek, Jacob Ling, Collin Monroe, Brett Styve and Nathan Ward. “This was a tough group of seniors to lose,” said Conway....
03/19/2018 - 3:02pm
Roof work and pumping of the lagoon will take place at Turkey Valley. Two summer projects were approved during the March 12 meeting of the school board. A bid for lagoon pumping was approved for $37,000 by Nutri-ject. The company’s site lists Nutriject as based in Hudson. Read more in the March 20 edition of the Calmar Courier.
03/13/2018 - 8:03am
De Sales Students Create Weather Station Friday afternoon was pleasant, with the temperature at 12:26 p.m. at 42 degrees under sunny skies with a 2-mph wind out of the south/southeast with gusts up to 6 mph. All in all, a good day. Finding out that info was a snap, if you knew where to look. One easy place is online thanks to a weather station...
03/13/2018 - 8:01am
The 2018 Winneshiek County Cattlemen’s Association Beef Queen is Julianna Wise. Princesses are Katlynn Hauber and Kimberly Hauber while Lauren Holthaus and Isabella Kuboushek received the Little Miss Cowgirl titles and Derek Tieskoetter is Little Mr. Cowhand. Royalty crowning took place Saturday during the organization’s annual banquet...
02/26/2018 - 4:00pm
Part of a series New Hampton and Turkey Valley agriculture instructor Ashley Mattke sees teaching about agriculture as being important, not just for one person but for all. “Agriculture education is important to each and every person,” said Mattke. “We all eat, we all wear clothing. If it [were] not for agriculture we would not...
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