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10/15/2019 - 7:30am
South Winneshiek Cross Country hosted its home meet for the season with a Warrior runner taking first for the women. Billie Wagner (19:40.73) took a commanding lead, followed by Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek (19:59.81). “This meet gets to be a bit of a challenge,” said Scott Conway, coach. The full article appears in the Oct. 15, 2019 Calmar Courier.
10/15/2019 - 7:30am
An organization for protecting Iowa’s farmland has acquired additional property in northeast Iowa. A donation by Ron and Karlene Humpal of 164 acres last week will be a substantial boast to the Sustainable Iowa Land Trust. The new farm is located in rural Decorah. The full article appears in the Oct. 15, 2019 Calmar Courier.  
10/15/2019 - 7:30am
  Collin Wille is getting ready for a trip overseas, one where he will be joined by some of his peers. Wille, who is in his second year and studies dairy science at Northeast Iowa Community College, was part of the college’s student teams taking first and third with World Dairy Expo competition recently. Teammates included: Brandon...
10/08/2019 - 7:30am
Winneshiek County has a new treasurer. The board of supervisors met in special session Friday to interview candidates for the office. Anthony Clarke, Brenda Kreitzer and Nathan Onsager were on the short list for the office, according to an agenda provided by Ben Steines, auditor. The full article appears in the Oct. 8, 2019 Calmar Courier.
10/08/2019 - 7:30am
  Reinvigorated after a last-minute fundraising effort, Cory Booker’s campaign is back in Iowa as the candidate pushes to rise to the top of the Democratic contenders. In late September, Booker’s campaign announced barring raising $1.7 million in 10 days, it was finished. Donors came through, and the campaign is seeking to make...
10/08/2019 - 7:30am
A 60-0 pounding greeted Kee Friday as Turkey Valley continues to be unstoppable. The win came as fans gathered during Homecoming week. “This was a good Homecoming victory,” said Mark Scott, coach. The full article appears in the Oct. 8, 2019 Calmar Courier.  
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