TASC, Inc. of Waukon was awarded the Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Award at the Allamakee County Economic Development Annual Banquet held October 9 in Postville. Pictured above at the award presentation are, left to right, Bethany Hovden and Sheila Schulte of TASC, Inc., Ardie Kuhse and Laura Olson of Allamakee County Economic Development, and Mary Ament and Sheila Snitker of TASC, Inc. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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Allamakee County Economic Development (ACED) held its annual Membership Meeting Thursday, October 9 at Turner Memorial Hall in Postville. The business meeting was conducted by Executive Director Laura Olson and ACED Board President Mike Kruckenberg. Announcement was made of the results of the... + continue reading

Waukon football senior Adam Benzing races toward the end zone for a 44-yard touchdown reception in the Indians’ 48-16 home victory over Oelwein Friday, October 24. In the final game of his high school football career, Benzing caught three passes for 61 yards and that touchdown while also posting two solo and seven assisted tackles. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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The Waukon football team looked to wrap up its 2014 season playing for pride at home against Oelwein Friday, October 24 as this season’s campaign took its toll on the Indian gridiron roster and, in turn, the Tribe’s season results. An overall balanced Indian offensive effort, coupled... + continue reading
Saturday, October 25, 2014
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The Waukon boys cross country team put together its strongest overall team effort of the season when it mattered most, and the pay-off is a trip to every high school cross country team’s ultimate destination - the State Cross Country Meet - for the first time since the 2008 season. “... + continue reading
Saturday, October 25, 2014
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The Kee football team hosted Midland of Wyoming in the final Eight-Player District 4 match-up of the season for both teams, but with so much more riding on the game’s final outcome than just a win or loss. Both teams held equal records of 3-3 in district play heading into the contest, with... + continue reading

Allamakee County Sheriff Clark Mellick (left in above photo) supervises a volunteer "gunman" in a simulated attack on the Allamakee County Courthouse during a training session to prepare courthouse employees for the possibility of a "single-killer situation." The ALICE training (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) conducted at the courthouse emphasizes taking action in such situations rather than just waiting for law enforcement to arrive at the scene. Standard photo and report by Bob Beach.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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by Bob Beach Allamakee County Sheriff Clark Mellick recently led employees at the Allamakee County Courthouse in an afternoon of training and instruction on how to handle what Mellick called a "single-killer situation." Mellick said that such situations had previously been referred... + continue reading

TASC, Inc. of Waukon was awarded the Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Award at the Allamakee County Economic Development Annual Banquet held October 9 in Postville. Pictured above at the award presentation are, left to right, Bethany Hovden and Sheila Schulte of TASC, Inc., Ardie Kuhse and Laura Olson of Allamakee County Economic Development, and Mary Ament and Sheila Snitker of TASC, Inc. Submitted photo.

Waukon football senior Adam Benzing races toward the end zone for a 44-yard touchdown reception in the Indians’ 48-16 home victory over Oelwein Friday, October 24. In the final game of his high school football career, Benzing caught three passes for 61 yards and that touchdown while also posting two solo and seven assisted tackles. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries.

Allamakee County Sheriff Clark Mellick (left in above photo) supervises a volunteer "gunman" in a simulated attack on the Allamakee County Courthouse during a training session to prepare courthouse employees for the possibility of a "single-killer situation." The ALICE training (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) conducted at the courthouse emphasizes taking action in such situations rather than just waiting for law enforcement to arrive at the scene. Standard photo and report by Bob Beach.

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