Friday, August 19, 2016
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The Waukon Corn Days activities planned for children at the Waukon City Park Saturday, August 20 have been moved to the Waukon Wellness Center. There will be no Frisbee Golf Tournament due to the wet conditions. + continue reading
Friday, August 19, 2016
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Due to inclement weather moving into the Waukon area, the Waukon Chamber of Commerce has been forced to relocate some of the Corn Days activities for this evening, Friday, August 19. Moving to the Allamakee County Fairgrounds Pavilion in Waukon will be: Meet & Greet- Paw Patrol, Waukon Chamber... + continue reading

Lansing Fish Days 2016 experiences successful weekend ...
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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A nearly ideal combination of weather conditions, local support and a variety of activities made for another successful Lansing Fish Days celebration this past weekend. The Fish Days grounds and other activity venues proved to be bustling with activity throughout every day of the annual event. See... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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by Susan Cantine-Maxson “It’s like losing your family,” Dawn Schobert, long-time employee of the Blumenthal Lansing plant, expressed in regard to the plant's closing as the long-time Lansing facility has now ceased operations. “Many of us have worked together for as... + continue reading

Improvements on the Valley Trail in the Waukon City Park have come to completion this summer. After damage from flooding in 2013 and torrential rains continuing to be a problem with the pathway, the trail route was redirected a bit to higher ground in certain areas, wing dams (visible in the grassy area to the right of the trail in the background of the above photo) have been installed, as well as pavement with blacktop and reinforced cement being used on the trail to help mitigate damage that could occur from rushing water.
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The 5 Bridges Trail in the Waukon City Park is 0.45 miles long and follows along Paint Creek on the south edge of Waukon. The graveled trail meanders through trees and wildflowers and, as its name indicates, crosses five different bridges along its route. The bench pictured above is located by one of the five bridges that the trail crosses, and the sign behind the bench marks the location of Fox Spring. Photo by Brianne Eilers.
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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by Brianne Eilers Anyone who has visited the Waukon City Park this summer may have noticed some work being done on the Valley Trail located near the Indian Springs Pond. Waukon Park, Recreation and Wellness Director Jeremy Strub explained that the trail is being improved using funds that the... + continue reading

Lansing Fish Days 2016 experiences successful weekend ...

Improvements on the Valley Trail in the Waukon City Park have come to completion this summer. After damage from flooding in 2013 and torrential rains continuing to be a problem with the pathway, the trail route was redirected a bit to higher ground in certain areas, wing dams (visible in the grassy area to the right of the trail in the background of the above photo) have been installed, as well as pavement with blacktop and reinforced cement being used on the trail to help mitigate damage that could occur from rushing water.
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The 5 Bridges Trail in the Waukon City Park is 0.45 miles long and follows along Paint Creek on the south edge of Waukon. The graveled trail meanders through trees and wildflowers and, as its name indicates, crosses five different bridges along its route. The bench pictured above is located by one of the five bridges that the trail crosses, and the sign behind the bench marks the location of Fox Spring. Photo by Brianne Eilers.

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