Clayton Ridge fourth graders are selling handmade bracelets to raise money for a buddy bench. Front from left are participants Mark Mommer, Brodie Wahls, Boston Pierce, Mara Pierce, Chloe Freeman, Destiny Kemp, Callie Freeman, and Sierra Sheber; back row, Maddie Radabaugh, Madison Meyer, Emma Roth, Jillian Leliefeld, Payton Nuehring, Emma Kulper, JayLyn Moore, Emily Zimmer, Danyel Rieck, Lily Kann, Ms. Geuder and Aaron Taake. (Press photo by Molly Moser)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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By Molly Moser Clayton Ridge fourth grade is abuzz with excitement about a new piece of equipment for the playground – but it’s not a slide, a swing, or a merry-go-round. It’s a bench. Fourth graders in Mr. Robert Sweers and Ms. Karen Geuder’s classes have been using looms... + continue reading

Allison adds grain to the tank Sunday to make Old Man River’s “All In” beer, made of a blend of a variety of grains and malts. (Photo by Audrey Posten)
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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  By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor   Something’s brewing at Old Man River Restaurant and Brewery. Managers Allison and Angelica Dayrit-Roberts, with the help of their friend Darus Spingler, of DeSoto, made their first batch of beer together on Sunday, April 13.  ... + continue reading

Brady Olson, who is in 8th grade, prepares for the upcoming football season. (Photo by Audrey Posten)
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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  By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor   Since taking over as MFL MarMac’s head football coach last season, getting the players into the weight room regularly has been a priority for Tom Oppelt.   “I think [the players] realize that, if you do the same thing you... + continue reading
Monday, April 14, 2014
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  By Pam Reinig Register Editor   A group of area women are using a centuries-old fiber craft to address modern-day problems. Led by fiber artist Jody Nus, Strawberry Point, the women are crocheting scarves, shawls and spa cloths for people in need, whom organizer Marge Banse... + continue reading

Shown is the view of the proposed expanded Prairie du Chien Memorial Library, from the northeast (Wacouta Avenue). Large posters of these conceptual drawings are available at the library and at Prairie du Chien City Hall. Interested individuals may also access them online via the city’s website, library’s website or on their Facebook pages.
Monday, April 14, 2014
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 By Correne Martin A conceptual design of the Prairie du Chien Memorial Library expansion project—which would double the size of the current facility—was presented to the library board and city council last week by David Cameron and Patrick Cleary, of Cameron Aslaksen... + continue reading

Clayton Ridge fourth graders are selling handmade bracelets to raise money for a buddy bench. Front from left are participants Mark Mommer, Brodie Wahls, Boston Pierce, Mara Pierce, Chloe Freeman, Destiny Kemp, Callie Freeman, and Sierra Sheber; back row, Maddie Radabaugh, Madison Meyer, Emma Roth, Jillian Leliefeld, Payton Nuehring, Emma Kulper, JayLyn Moore, Emily Zimmer, Danyel Rieck, Lily Kann, Ms. Geuder and Aaron Taake. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

Allison adds grain to the tank Sunday to make Old Man River’s “All In” beer, made of a blend of a variety of grains and malts. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

Brady Olson, who is in 8th grade, prepares for the upcoming football season. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

Shown is the view of the proposed expanded Prairie du Chien Memorial Library, from the northeast (Wacouta Avenue). Large posters of these conceptual drawings are available at the library and at Prairie du Chien City Hall. Interested individuals may also access them online via the city’s website, library’s website or on their Facebook pages.

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