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  • Trout Run Project DNR partners pictured (l-r) are: Steve Hopkins, former DNR 319 coordinator; Megan Giorgenti, Trout Run watershed coordinator; Chuck Gipp, former DNR director, and Brian Malaise, Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery Manager. Not pictured: Mike Steuck, former Iowa DNR Fisheries supervisor. Photo courtesy DNR
    05/29/2024 - 5:30am

  • Ready to enter its third officially-sanctioned season with the IGHSAU, girls wrestling will see a big change for its new year as the sport moves to two classes, a shift that should see smaller schools competing against their own while the big schools compete separately. File photo
    05/28/2024 - 10:30am
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  • St. Teresa of Calcutta students participated in the Noetic Learning Math Contest. Photo courtesy St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic School
    05/28/2024 - 7:30am

  • Presenting the Certificate of Appreciation to Marlene Fenstermann are Dan Langreck, Chairman Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors, and Steve Johnson, Chairman Winneshiek County Historic Preservation Commission for Marlene’s years of tireless work in promoting the preservation of barns in the county. Courtesy photo
    05/22/2024 - 5:30am
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  • Turkey Valley seniors begin their procession. Galleries for both schools are available at https://midamericapublishing.smugmug.com/Calmar-Courier
    05/21/2024 - 8:30am

  • Ken Howe, with the Iowa DNR, speaks to visitors Saturday as they had a chance to see how work is progressing.
    05/21/2024 - 7:30am

  • The former Train Station has a new business coming.
    05/16/2024 - 4:30am

  • Amira Frana is pictured with her teacher Kari Straube. Photo courtesy South Winneshiek
    05/15/2024 - 5:30am
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  • The American Flag and Gadsden Flag were flown outside of a non-profit last Fall prompting a legal battle. Winneshiek County Republicans photo
    05/09/2024 - 4:30am
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News


Trout Run Project DNR partners pictured (l-r) are: Steve Hopkins, former DNR 319 coordinator; Megan Giorgenti, Trout Run watershed coordinator; Chuck Gipp, former DNR director, and Brian Malaise, Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery Manager. Not pictured: Mike Steuck, former Iowa DNR Fisheries supervisor. Photo courtesy DNR
05/29/2024 - 5:30am
DECORAH –  A new phase of watershed project work has begun in Decorah with the approval of the Trout Run Watershed Plan. The Trout Run and Siewers Spring project, funded by EPA Section 319 grants, is a collaboration between the DNR 319 Program and...

Opinion

03/11/2024 - 4:53pm
A small parcel of land that has served as a buffer of flood protection for local residents is slated to be sold to the highest bidder on March 18, against widespread opposition from county voters. The 7+ acre parcel of land, located in the...

Sports


Ready to enter its third officially-sanctioned season with the IGHSAU, girls wrestling will see a big change for its new year as the sport moves to two classes, a shift that should see smaller schools competing against their own while the big schools compete separately. File photo
05/28/2024 - 10:30am
Both the Lady Warriors and Lady Chickasaws could see impact after an announcement regarding classes in Girls Wrestling. As the sport enters its third season sanctioned by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union, the organization announced Thursday...

Obituaries

05/29/2024 - 8:53am
Mary Eleanor Lensing, 87, of Marion, passed away with her family by her side May 25, 2024, following a short illness at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids. In agreement with her wishes, cremation has taken place. There will be no services at this...

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