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Mon
29
Aug

Prairie du Chien Golf


Prairie du Chien’s Macy Sanders hits her approach from the 18th fairway during the Prairie du Chien Invitational Friday morning. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Prairie’s Taylor Hendrickson watches her putt on the first green Friday.

Gabby Ritchie knocks in a short putt on the 18th green in the Prairie du Chien Invitational.

 

PdC golfers 

host Prairie 

du Chien Invite

The Prairie du Chien girls golf team hosted the Prairie du Chien Invitational Friday morning at Prairie du Chien Country Club. 

Darlington won the 18-hole tournament with a team total of 404 strokes. Southwestern-Cuba City was second with 407. 

Mon
29
Aug

Crawford County Fair


Owen Oppreicht, 10, of Eastman enjoys burying his friend Jonah Klema, 10, of rural Wauzeka, in corn Thursday at the Crawford County Fair. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Jonah Klema of rural Wauzeka smiles after being covered up to his ears in corn Thursday.

Kole and Keira Breininger of Richland Center pet a friendly goat Thursday.

Sawyer and Landry Stluka of Soldiers Grove become characters riding a merry-go-round Thursday at the Crawford County Fair. The fair offered numerous activities, exhibits and rides from Aug. 24-28 in Gays Mills.

Maya Buffington, 9, of Eastman holds a Mini Rex rabbit.

Braelyn Olson, 7, of Viroqua, and Sylvia Erickson, 7, of Liberty Pole, pet Augusta the llama.

Jacob Payne, 10, and Ben Payne, 9, of Seneca, inspect Jacob’s exhibit in Mechanical Projects. Jacob got first place.

 

Always a fun time at the Crawford County Fair

Mon
29
Aug

New Phone System

 

New county 

telephone system 

to improve safety

By Ted Pennekamp

 

Mon
29
Aug

ATV driver injured in River of Lakes crash

One man was injured early last week in an ATV rollover at the River of Lakes resort in Bagley, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Department.

At about 5:20 p.m., Aug. 21, Jeffery Hedley, 55, of Bagley was driving his ATV on Willow Lane when he overturned it and crashed. He was transported to Crossing Rivers Health in Prairie du Chien by West Grant EMS for treatment of his injuries.

Further investigation found indicators that Hedley had been intoxicated at the time of the crash, which remains under investigation.

Assisting at the scene was Bagley First Responders.

Mon
29
Aug

Lt. Gov. Kleefisch tours Crossing Rivers

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch (center, facing camera) toured Crossing Rivers Health in Prairie du Chien on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 24. She is pictured speaking with (from left) Tim Clark, medical imaging director; Julia Nelson, chief quality officer; Alisa Johnson (back to camera), radiologist; and CEO Bill Sexton, among others, about mammography technology and how Crossing Rivers is a leader in that area of health care service. Kleefisch is a colon cancer survivor, celebrating her fifth year of being cancer free. She is touring hospitals across the state, meeting with hospital officials to talk about health care, tour medical facilities and meet with patients. She also visited Southwest Health in Platteville Wednesday. (Photo by Correne Martin)

Mon
29
Aug

What makes Prairie du Chien unique?

Residents, businesses, stakeholders asked to take short survey

By Correne Martin

Prairie du Chien started a community branding project in June to help develop and craft a consistent grouping of creative taglines, messages and graphics for the city. Together, PdC Main Street, the city, the chamber and the tourism council are gathering input from businesses, residents and other stakeholders who are passionate about the area.

To do so, these organizations would appreciate public input on what makes Prairie du Chien unique. People are asked to take a short online survey, hosted on Survey Monkey, at the following URL: www.surveymonkey.com/r/CV5QCHX. Responses will be kept confidential. The deadline to complete a survey is Wednesday, Sept. 7.

Mon
29
Aug

Leila M. Messerli

 

Leila M. Messerli, 72, of Prairie du Chien passed away unexpectedly Saturday, Aug. 27, at Select Specialty Hospital in Madison. 

Thu
25
Aug

Darren Michael Quick

 

Darren Michael Quick, stillborn baby of Jessie Henson and Dylan Quick, of Prairie du Chien, died Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016 at Crossing Rivers Health, Prairie du Chien.

Wed
24
Aug

Open house at Brodtville Schoolhouse on Sunday

The old Brodtville Schoolhouse will host a public open house on Sunday, Aug. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Area community members from today and yesterday are encouraged to bring pictures or memorabilia to share.

Donations are also accepted at this time toward the preservation of the one-room schoolhouse.

Community Development Alternatives, of Prairie du Chien, is the fiscal agent for the Brodtville School Preservation.

Interested individuals may contact CDA at 326-7333 or Chuck Stagman at (608) 778-9490.

Wed
24
Aug

Fishing gear stolen from boat

On Monday, Aug. 22, the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department initially received a report of theft from a boat parked in the vicinity of Lot #15 at Kramer’s Court located in the township of Bridgeport.

The theft occurred sometime during the night hours of Sunday, Aug. 21, or the early morning hours of Monday, Aug. 22. The following items were stolen; five fishing rod and reel combos, a stainless steel prop, an Aquaview underwater camera, and a boat seat. The fishing rod and reel combos were described as red in color Rebo Rocket bait-caster reels attached to dark in color St. Croix rods.  

The Crawford County Crime Stoppers urges anyone having information about this or any other crimes to call 326-8933 or (866) 779-PAYS. Anyone calling either of these numbers with a crime stoppers tip will remain anonymous and a reward of up to $1,000 will be paid for a tip which solves a crime with an arrest, charges being filed and/or recovery of stolen property.

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