Members of the Allamakee County Conservation Foundation and the Beyond the Plateau Capital Campaign Committee are pictured above displaying the number 3,269,346, which represents the total amount of funding raised so far through grant and other private funding sources for the Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center project south of Lansing. The display was presented at the Wednesday, June 22 event held at the Center that helped kick off the public fundraising phase of the Beyond the Plateau campaign. Those invited to the kick-off event heard updates on the project and were provided a tour of the facility as work continues to progress (as evident in the photo below). Photos by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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Members of the general public now invited to make their own contribution to the project The Allamakee County Conservation Foundation (ACCF) has announced the kick-off of the public phase of the "Beyond The Plateau" capital campaign to help fund construction of the Driftless Area... + continue reading

Waukon senior second baseman Will Keenan puts the tag on this sliding South Winneshiek baserunner to deny a steal attempt for an out in the first inning of the Indians’ 4-0 victory over South Winneshiek in the opening round of the Jeff Houg Tournament Saturday, June 25. Keenan was in on three put-outs and also recorded three assists for outs in that first tournament game. Photo by Krystal Johnson. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.
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The Waukon baseball team had its week get off to a rough start, but turned it around to a nearly complete reversal of fortune to close out the week with a pair of wins in their six-game slate. The Indians began the week with a pair of home losses to defending Class 3A State Tournament champion... + continue reading

Waukon senior left fielder Kaela Wood races in to snag this fly ball for an out in game one of the Indians’ home doubleheader split with Decorah Wednesday, June 22. Wood also belted a single and scored a run in that 6-2 Indian loss in game one. Photo by Krystal Johnson. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.
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The Waukon softball team started its past week off with its biggest win of the season, but gradually tapered off to just two wins in five games played. That big initial win was a 6-5 triumph at then Class 4A 12th-rated Charles City Monday, June 20 before the Indians split at home with Decorah... + continue reading

Kee softball freshman catcher Katie Brennan unloads on this pitch for a double in the Hawks’ home doubleheader sweep of Central Elkader Monday, June 20. Brennan knocked out this double and drove in a run for the Hawks. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.
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by Val Meyer The Kee softball team competed in a very busy week of eight games this past week, posting a marked degree of success in winning six of those eight games. The Hawks started the week by continuing their Upper Iowa Conference dominance with yet another doubleheader sweep with 12-0... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
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The Waukon City Club will be closed on Monday, July 4. Regular hours will resume July 5. + continue reading

Members of the Allamakee County Conservation Foundation and the Beyond the Plateau Capital Campaign Committee are pictured above displaying the number 3,269,346, which represents the total amount of funding raised so far through grant and other private funding sources for the Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center project south of Lansing. The display was presented at the Wednesday, June 22 event held at the Center that helped kick off the public fundraising phase of the Beyond the Plateau campaign. Those invited to the kick-off event heard updates on the project and were provided a tour of the facility as work continues to progress (as evident in the photo below). Photos by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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Waukon senior second baseman Will Keenan puts the tag on this sliding South Winneshiek baserunner to deny a steal attempt for an out in the first inning of the Indians’ 4-0 victory over South Winneshiek in the opening round of the Jeff Houg Tournament Saturday, June 25. Keenan was in on three put-outs and also recorded three assists for outs in that first tournament game. Photo by Krystal Johnson. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

Waukon senior left fielder Kaela Wood races in to snag this fly ball for an out in game one of the Indians’ home doubleheader split with Decorah Wednesday, June 22. Wood also belted a single and scored a run in that 6-2 Indian loss in game one. Photo by Krystal Johnson. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

Kee softball freshman catcher Katie Brennan unloads on this pitch for a double in the Hawks’ home doubleheader sweep of Central Elkader Monday, June 20. Brennan knocked out this double and drove in a run for the Hawks. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

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