Saturday, July 4, 2015
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Thursday, July 2 at 11:01 a.m., the Allamakee County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a one-vehicle accident on State Highway 76 north of Waukon. The accident location was approximately 500 feet north of the State Highway 76 and Iverson Bridge Road intersection. According to a report from... + continue reading
Thursday, July 2, 2015
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Tiffany Riehm of Waukon and her Paint mare, ‘Pony’ (also known as Ty’s Cool Angel), won a pair of World Championship titles at the Pinto World Championship Horse Show in Tulsa, OK in mid-June, as evidenced by the ribbons and awards in the photo. Riehm is pictured above with her boyfriend, Paul Regan of Waukon, who is holding Bella, with their other canine companion, Gentry, also looking on. Submitted photo by Jeff Kirkbride Photography.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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by Lissa Blake Some say practice makes perfect. For Waukon’s Tiffany Riehm and her Paint mare, “Pony,” that practice paid off in mid-June when the duo earned two world championships at the Pinto World Championship Horse Show in Tulsa, OK. Riehm won both her halter class (... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The installation of the baghouse air filtration system (dark towering structure at left in above photo) at the Aveka Nutra Processing plant in Waukon should be complete by July 7, according to Aveka General Manager Bob Hendricks. While Aveka is no longer processing the product that was the cause of... + continue reading

ammates at home plate after blasting a two-run homerun over the center field wall in the Indians’ 5-3 loss to Class 2A seventh-rated South Winneshiek in the championship game of the Tribe’s Jeff Houg Tournament Saturday, June 27. Waters also had a two-run double in the Indians’ 7-6 opening-round win of the tournament over Kee, driving in a team-high four runs for the tournament with just two swings of the bat. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The Waukon baseball team won one of four games this past week but nearly claimed the team title at its own annual home tournament. The Indians opened the week with a 13-2 loss in five innings at Class 3A third-rated Waverly-Shell Rock Monday, June 22 before dropping a 10-0 decision at home against... + continue reading

Tiffany Riehm of Waukon and her Paint mare, ‘Pony’ (also known as Ty’s Cool Angel), won a pair of World Championship titles at the Pinto World Championship Horse Show in Tulsa, OK in mid-June, as evidenced by the ribbons and awards in the photo. Riehm is pictured above with her boyfriend, Paul Regan of Waukon, who is holding Bella, with their other canine companion, Gentry, also looking on. Submitted photo by Jeff Kirkbride Photography.

ammates at home plate after blasting a two-run homerun over the center field wall in the Indians’ 5-3 loss to Class 2A seventh-rated South Winneshiek in the championship game of the Tribe’s Jeff Houg Tournament Saturday, June 27. Waters also had a two-run double in the Indians’ 7-6 opening-round win of the tournament over Kee, driving in a team-high four runs for the tournament with just two swings of the bat. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

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