Friday, November 17, 2017
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The Waukon football team used a dominant second half to pull away from an 8-0 halftime lead to a 29-0 Class 2A State Championship victory over Williamsburg Friday, November 17 at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. Following a 10-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter from senior Abe Schwartz to junior... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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The City Elections held throughout Allamakee County Tuesday, November 7 produced a variety of scenarios for having just three actual contested races throughout the entire county. Those results produced one new mayor, replaced an incumbent city council member, elected two write-in candidates and, in... + continue reading
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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Monday, November 6, many community members came together to assist rural Waukon farmer Mark Miller with his corn harvest as he continues to undergo treatment for an illness. More than 30 volunteers with seven combines, 10 semi-trailer combinations and five tractors with grain carts harvested 185... + continue reading

Making it official ... Members of the Lansing Lions Club officially cut the ribbon signifying the official opening of the "Our Ship of Dreams" playground (pictured in the background) in the park located along South Front Street in Lansing. The year-long campaign of planning, fundraising and installation was celebrated with the ribbon cutting. Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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More than just a bicycle rack ... A bicycle rack in the shape of a fish holds special meaning as part of the Lansing Lions Club playground improvements. The bicycle rack was initiated by a donation from Lansing resident Steve Casterton in memory of his nephew, Danan John Lansing of Ossian, who passed away at the age of 16 but loved to fish and take part in other activities with his grandparents in Lansing and was a strong student and athlete at South Winneshiek High School involved in many activities. The "tail-end" placard near the bicycle rack memorializes the donation by Casterton, along with an additional contribution to the rack by Lansing Housing Products. Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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Indeed, a community project ... Pictured above celebrating the official opening of the "Our Ship of Dreams" playground in Lansing are members of the Lansing Lions Club, along with some of the 50 volunteers who helped install the new playground equipment and others who supported the project in a variety of ways to help make it become a reality over the past year. Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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by Susan Cantine-Maxson Lansing Lions Club President Tara Kolsrud, along with fellow Lions and volunteers, officially opened the newly-constructed “Our Ship of Dreams” playground equipment Sunday, November 5 at the playground along South Front Street just south of the Lansing ball... + continue reading

Proclaim November 13-19 National Apprenticeship Week ... At its Monday, November 13 meeting, the Allamakee County Board of Supervisors proclaimed November 13-19 as National Apprenticeship Week in Allamakee County. Pictured above at the proclamation are: Left to right - Front row: Barb Hyke, Workforce Advisor and Katie Bahl, Business Marketing Specialist - Region 1, both with IowaWORKS. Back row: Supervisors Dennis Koenig, Dan Byrnes and Larry Schellhammer.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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by Joe Moses The Allamakee County Board of Supervisors met in regular session Monday, November 13 to address a full agenda of items, including the Proclamation of National Apprenticeship Week in Allamakee County, discussion of 2018 County holidays and consideration of hiring temporary part-... + continue reading
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Making it official ... Members of the Lansing Lions Club officially cut the ribbon signifying the official opening of the "Our Ship of Dreams" playground (pictured in the background) in the park located along South Front Street in Lansing. The year-long campaign of planning, fundraising and installation was celebrated with the ribbon cutting. Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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More than just a bicycle rack ... A bicycle rack in the shape of a fish holds special meaning as part of the Lansing Lions Club playground improvements. The bicycle rack was initiated by a donation from Lansing resident Steve Casterton in memory of his nephew, Danan John Lansing of Ossian, who passed away at the age of 16 but loved to fish and take part in other activities with his grandparents in Lansing and was a strong student and athlete at South Winneshiek High School involved in many activities. The "tail-end" placard near the bicycle rack memorializes the donation by Casterton, along with an additional contribution to the rack by Lansing Housing Products. Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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Indeed, a community project ... Pictured above celebrating the official opening of the "Our Ship of Dreams" playground in Lansing are members of the Lansing Lions Club, along with some of the 50 volunteers who helped install the new playground equipment and others who supported the project in a variety of ways to help make it become a reality over the past year. Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.

Proclaim November 13-19 National Apprenticeship Week ... At its Monday, November 13 meeting, the Allamakee County Board of Supervisors proclaimed November 13-19 as National Apprenticeship Week in Allamakee County. Pictured above at the proclamation are: Left to right - Front row: Barb Hyke, Workforce Advisor and Katie Bahl, Business Marketing Specialist - Region 1, both with IowaWORKS. Back row: Supervisors Dennis Koenig, Dan Byrnes and Larry Schellhammer.

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