Thursday, December 8, 2016
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The Iowa State Patrol reports that a Wednesday evening, December 7 accident on Highway 9 west of Waukon claimed the life of a man from Le Claire and injured a Decorah woman. The initial report indicates that 43-year-old Christopher Sean Hoff of Le Claire was driving eastbound on Highway 9 in his... + continue reading
First-ever stop in New Albin, and ...
Photo by Lori Darling.
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... continued strong support at its Lansing stop as well ...
Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train made its first-ever stop in New Albin Sunday, December 4, where Canadian Pacific Railroad presented a $1,000 donation check to The Way Station. Monetary donations totaling another $545 and considerable food donations were also made to The Way Station by those in... + continue reading
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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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The Allamakee County Board of Supervisors took a tour of the northern portion of the county Monday, November 28 with Allamakee County Engineer Brian Ridenour, stopping at various project areas impacted by the flooding that took place in Allamakee County during this past summer. Those project areas... + continue reading

The all-weather history podium pictured above at the corner of Main Street and Front Street in Lansing was unveiled and dedicated in a November 22 ceremony with members of the community present. As evident in the above photo, the podium overlooks its main subject matter, the Black Hawk Bridge. The podium is the first of six anticipated to be completed and dedicated to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of Lansing as a city in the state of Iowa. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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by Susan Cantine-Maxson Tuesday, November 22, the first of six podiums that will be placed throughout the Historic Downtown District in the Lansing community to educate visitors and citizens about Lansing’s vital history was unveiled and dedicated. The all-weather podiums are being... + continue reading

Pictured above are members of Gundersen Waukon Clinic’s “Wauk On Breast Cancer” team that led the entire Gundersen fundraising effort by raising $2,431 for this year’s Steppin’ Out in Pink breast cancer fundraiser. Pictured above, left to right, are: Front row-Tara Zuercher, registered nurse (RN); Dani Fink, medical assistant (MA); Becky Lickiss, RN; Joan Fritz, RN; Shelle Fogt, licensed practical nurse (LPN); Jean Rea, patient liaison (PL). Back row-Renee Honn, PL; Hallie Linderbaum, regional business office coordinator; Barb Tieskoetter, RN; Kelli Hammel, MA; Lori Benzing, PL; Rachel Welch, lab/radiologic technician; Crystal Goltz, clinic manager. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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Gundersen Medical Foundation’s 11th annual Steppin’ Out in Pink proved pink is powerful. More than 6,100 walkers and 314 teams stepped out September 10 to help raise $395,000 for local breast cancer research. Top Steppin’ Out in Pink fundraisers were recently announced. Leading... + continue reading
First-ever stop in New Albin, and ...
Photo by Lori Darling.
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... continued strong support at its Lansing stop as well ...
Photo by Susan Cantine-Maxson.
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The all-weather history podium pictured above at the corner of Main Street and Front Street in Lansing was unveiled and dedicated in a November 22 ceremony with members of the community present. As evident in the above photo, the podium overlooks its main subject matter, the Black Hawk Bridge. The podium is the first of six anticipated to be completed and dedicated to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of Lansing as a city in the state of Iowa. Submitted photo.

Pictured above are members of Gundersen Waukon Clinic’s “Wauk On Breast Cancer” team that led the entire Gundersen fundraising effort by raising $2,431 for this year’s Steppin’ Out in Pink breast cancer fundraiser. Pictured above, left to right, are: Front row-Tara Zuercher, registered nurse (RN); Dani Fink, medical assistant (MA); Becky Lickiss, RN; Joan Fritz, RN; Shelle Fogt, licensed practical nurse (LPN); Jean Rea, patient liaison (PL). Back row-Renee Honn, PL; Hallie Linderbaum, regional business office coordinator; Barb Tieskoetter, RN; Kelli Hammel, MA; Lori Benzing, PL; Rachel Welch, lab/radiologic technician; Crystal Goltz, clinic manager. Submitted photo.

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