Terrell Baumler
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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by Kelli Boylen freelance writer Ten years ago, then five-and-a-half-year-old Terrell Baumler, the son of Jan and Kenny Baumler of Waukon, underwent a bone marrow transplant to save his life. Today, thanks to those efforts, the teen is in high school and enjoys a number of activities. When... + continue reading
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The Waukon High School Drama Department's spring production is scheduled to take place Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18 at the Waukon High School auditorium. This year's production is "The Double L Dude Ranch," written by Margaret Witt. The production will hit the stage at 7:... + continue reading

Veterans Memorial Hospital sponsored Reality 101, which was held at the Waukon High School for all area schools April 1. Nearly 200 Kee, Postville, MFL/MarMac and Waukon High School graduating seniors were able to attend. More than 80 individuals and businesses volunteered their time to create a real-life financial scenario for all of these students preparing for graduation. The students were required to visit each of the 30 Reality 101 stations to open a bank account, pay their taxes, purchase an automobile and insurance, pay for daycare, groceries, a home, household supplies, vet expenses, health and life insurance, and still have a balance of $0 to $200 in their checking account.
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Nearly 200 graduating seniors from Postville, Kee, MFL/MarMac and Waukon high schools attended “Reality 101” at the Waukon High School Wednesday, April 1. Over 80 individuals and businesses volunteered their time to create a real-life financial scenario for all of these students... + continue reading

Waukon boys golf junior Luke Zezulka chips this ball on to the green in the Indians’ 196-162 home loss to South Winneshiek Monday, April 6 to open the season. Zezulka led the Indian scoring in the meet with a round of 45. 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 boys golf team began its 2015 season with a  196-162 loss to South Winneshiek at the Waukon Golf and Country Club Monday, April 6. The Indians were also scheduled for a home course match-up with Charles City Tuesday, April 7, but that match was postponed to April 24 due to weather... + continue reading

Waukon girls golf senior Jenny Bartling tees off in the Indians’ season-opening home win over South Winneshiek Monday, April 6. Bartling shot a round of 61 to help round out the Indians’ team scoring in their 239-245 victory. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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The Waukon girls golf team got its 2015 season underway in fairly good fashion, defeating two of three opponents faced during the initial week of competition this past week. The Lady Indians opened the season by edging out South Winneshiek at home, 239-245, Monday, April 6 before having a Tuesday,... + continue reading

Terrell Baumler

Veterans Memorial Hospital sponsored Reality 101, which was held at the Waukon High School for all area schools April 1. Nearly 200 Kee, Postville, MFL/MarMac and Waukon High School graduating seniors were able to attend. More than 80 individuals and businesses volunteered their time to create a real-life financial scenario for all of these students preparing for graduation. The students were required to visit each of the 30 Reality 101 stations to open a bank account, pay their taxes, purchase an automobile and insurance, pay for daycare, groceries, a home, household supplies, vet expenses, health and life insurance, and still have a balance of $0 to $200 in their checking account.

Waukon boys golf junior Luke Zezulka chips this ball on to the green in the Indians’ 196-162 home loss to South Winneshiek Monday, April 6 to open the season. Zezulka led the Indian scoring in the meet with a round of 45. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

Waukon girls golf senior Jenny Bartling tees off in the Indians’ season-opening home win over South Winneshiek Monday, April 6. Bartling shot a round of 61 to help round out the Indians’ team scoring in their 239-245 victory. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

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