08/20/2019 - 11:00am
The line of vehicles did not quite make its way completely to Bohemian Creek. Still, if you were looking for a parking space in Protivin Sunday, you might have had to have looked for a bit. That situation was echoed in Holy Trinity Catholic Church as approximately 400 people gathered for a Mass with the Jim Busta Band and Mollie B. The full article appears in the Calmar Courier.
08/20/2019 - 7:00am
While an arrest has been made in a counterfeiting operation, the problem might still hit the area for a while. A Clermont man was arrested Thursday following a two-week investigation, according to information from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office. A search warrant was served Wednesday at 1009 State St. in Clermont after phony bills began...
08/20/2019 - 7:00am
A report of a burglary in process drew a rapid response from emergency personnel on a wild goose chase. During the early morning hours Friday, a 911 call came in to the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office. A caller said the crime had taken place at a Waucoma business and said he had been shot with the suspect “on foot.” The full...
08/13/2019 - 10:33am
The Warriors’ hosting of action between the Upper Iowa Conference and Northeast Iowa Conference drew spectators Wednesday. South Winneshiek and Turkey Valley helped to give the UIC its first win in the annual game since 2013, said Alex Smith, South Winneshiek coach. The UIC won 10-4 with Kee’s Micah Reike receiving recognition as MVP....
08/13/2019 - 10:29am
Sara Schmitt is the new director of the South Winneshiek Education Foundation. She brings previous experience with South Winneshiek. “I have been the football and basketball cheerleading advisor since 2017,” said Schmitt. The full article appears in the Calmar Courier.
08/13/2019 - 10:26am
New York’s Kirsten Gillibrand hit Winneshiek County Friday ahead of a visit to the Iowa State Fair. Gillibrand’s campaign needs support, the candidate said during the event. That was driven home by email that day from her campaign noting an advertising buy worth over $1 million. The full article appears in the Calmar Courier.
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