he Humane Society of Northeast Iowa opened its Love & Friendship Adoption Center located on Millennium Road in the Decorah Business Park, east of Decorah, during the first week of December. The Center serves a five-county area of Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek counties. Photo by Lissa Blake.
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by Lissa Blake   Saving just one pet won’t change the world… but surely it will change the world for that one pet. And stakeholders of the recently-opened Love & Friendship (animal) Adoption Center (L&F) near Decorah hope they’ve created something that will change... + continue reading

Terry Haindfield, Wildlife Biologist with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), makes the necessary cuts to the head of a harvested buck to get to the brain stem for one of the needed tissue samples taken for testing for Chronic Wasting Disease. Mike Siepker, a fish biologist with the DNR who was assisting with the sampling, is pictured in the background. Photo by Kelli Boylen.
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by Kelli Boylen freelance writer   “The hunters have just been tremendous to work with,” says Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Biologist Terry Haindfield in regard to his current efforts to test for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) this deer hunting season.... + continue reading

Kee girls basketball freshman Kendra Cooper muscles her way through the Postville defense on her way to the basket in the Hawks’ 57-14 home win over the Pirates Tuesday, December 9. Cooper tallied team highs of eight rebounds and four assists and scored four points in the triumph. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook.
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The Kee girls basketball team suffered its first chink in its early-season armor in splitting a pair of Upper Iowa Conference games this past week. The Lady Hawks opened the week with a 57-14 drubbing of Postville at home Tuesday, December 9 before falling at Turkey Valley by a 54-44 count Friday,... + continue reading

Waukon wrestling 145-pound senior Adam Benzing works over Caledonia’s Tylor Nelson in their early match in the Indians’ 62-12 dual meet loss at home to the Warriors Tuesday, December 9. Benzing eventually worked Nelson to his back for the Tribe’s only win by fall in the meet in a time of 3:40. Standard photo by Bob Beach.
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The Waukon wrestling team wrapped up its busiest week of the season so far, falling to a pair of perennial mat powers in its two dual meet opponents before finishing seventh as a team at the South Winneshiek Tournament. The Indians fell victim to Caledonia, MN by a 62-12 count in their first home... + continue reading

Kee boys basketball senior Marquise Phillips soars above his Postville defender in the Hawks’ 62-38 home loss to the Pirates Tuesday, December 9. Phillips finished the game with 11 points, nine rebounds and two steals. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook.
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The Kee boys basketball team completed its busiest week of the season so far with a trio of ballgames within a five-day span, but had to do so without some key components due to injury. Missing as many as three early-season starters from their line-up at certain points this past week, the Hawks... + continue reading

he Humane Society of Northeast Iowa opened its Love & Friendship Adoption Center located on Millennium Road in the Decorah Business Park, east of Decorah, during the first week of December. The Center serves a five-county area of Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek counties. Photo by Lissa Blake.

Terry Haindfield, Wildlife Biologist with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), makes the necessary cuts to the head of a harvested buck to get to the brain stem for one of the needed tissue samples taken for testing for Chronic Wasting Disease. Mike Siepker, a fish biologist with the DNR who was assisting with the sampling, is pictured in the background. Photo by Kelli Boylen.

Kee girls basketball freshman Kendra Cooper muscles her way through the Postville defense on her way to the basket in the Hawks’ 57-14 home win over the Pirates Tuesday, December 9. Cooper tallied team highs of eight rebounds and four assists and scored four points in the triumph. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook.

Waukon wrestling 145-pound senior Adam Benzing works over Caledonia’s Tylor Nelson in their early match in the Indians’ 62-12 dual meet loss at home to the Warriors Tuesday, December 9. Benzing eventually worked Nelson to his back for the Tribe’s only win by fall in the meet in a time of 3:40. Standard photo by Bob Beach.

Kee boys basketball senior Marquise Phillips soars above his Postville defender in the Hawks’ 62-38 home loss to the Pirates Tuesday, December 9. Phillips finished the game with 11 points, nine rebounds and two steals. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook.

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