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Wed
26
Oct

Wauzeka-Steuben Cross Country


The Wauzeka-Steuben High School cross country team is, back row: Assistant Coach Dean Zimmerman, Drew Zimmerman, Trent McCullick, Patrick Marfilius, Head Coach Kim Zimmerman, Malte Mewes, Jacob Pitzer, Adam Martin and Assistant Coach Bill Marfilius. Front row: Zach Lomen, Jacob Reichmann, John Deegan, Ryan Beers, Cherish Marfilius, Hunter Marfilius, Chris Reising, Gabe Martin and Tyler Walters. Not pictured are Molly Asleson and Rosemarie Cooley.

Members of the Middle School cross country team include, back row: Assistant Coach Dean Zimmerman, Head Coach Kim Zimmerman and Assistant Coach Dean Zimmerman. Front row: Tamara Marfilius, Emma Kapinus, Amity Lehman, Jordan McCarthy and Lucas Kramer.

 

Strong showing by Hornet runners at sectional

The Wauzeka-Steuben Hornets cross country team had a strong showing at the Division 3 Sectional Championship Meet at Fennimore on Saturday, Oct. 22.

The Hornets ran at Fennimore earlier this season at the Golden Eagle Relays so they were familiar with the course. The WSHS coaches challenged their runners to improve on their earlier Fennimore course times by 30 to 60 seconds and most of the athletes were up to the challenge.

Wed
26
Oct

FEMA Meeting Nov. 2

 

Amount of FEMA 

funds to be determined at November 2 meeting

By Ted Pennekamp

 

Wed
26
Oct

PdC School Budget

 

School District tax 

rate to stay the same

  By Ted Pennekamp

 

Wed
26
Oct

Bennett Versus Tranel

 

Election 2016: 

Assembly District 49

Jesse Bennett

 

Age: 42

Party: Democrat

Wed
26
Oct

Mary Ellen Shedivy

 

Mary Ellen Shedivy, 85, of Prairie du Chien, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, Oct. 25, after a brief illness. 

She was born May 22, 1931, in Rolling Ground, the daughter of Clair and Anna (Wall) Craig. She graduated from Aquinas High School and went on to graduate from La Crosse Teachers College. Mary returned to Rolling Ground to teach at the Bear Creek School. 

Wed
26
Oct

Jonathan Lee Vangen

 

Jonathan Lee Vangen, 55, of Monona, Iowa died Saturday, Oct. 22, at his home in Monona. 

Tue
25
Oct

Leo B. Thomas

 

Leo B. Thomas, 76, of Johnson Creek, passed away Friday, Oct. 21, surrounded by his loving family, at Aurora Summit Hospital in Summit. 

Mon
24
Oct

Three injured in crash by Patch Grove

Three individuals were injured in a two-vehicle crash near Patch Grove Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 18, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Department.

At 2:35 p.m., the sheriff’s department was notified of the crash at the intersection of Highways 18 and 35 near Patch Grove. The investigation shows a vehicle driven by Ronald Harding, 70, of Davenport, Iowa, was headed west on Highway 18 and attempted to make a U-turn when he crossed the inside westbound lane. As he attempted to make the lane deviation, he struck a westbound vehicle traveling on the inside lane, driven by Thomas Newberry, 68, of Fennimore. Harding and his passenger, Linda Harding, 67, were transported to the Crossing Rivers Health by Tri-State EMS. Newberry was transported to Crossing Rivers Health by West Grant EMS.

The crash remains under investigation. Assisting at the scene were the Patch Grove Fire Department, Bloomington Fire Department and B&M Towing.

Mon
24
Oct

Prairie du Chien sets trick or treat hours for 5-8 p.m. Monday

Downtown trick or treating is Saturday

By Correne Martin

Trick or treat hours in Prairie du Chien are from 5 to 8 p.m., on Monday, Oct. 31, as set by the Prairie du Chien Police Department. Sirens will blow at the beginning and end of the time period.

Residents are asked to leave a light on if they would like trick or treaters to stop at their houses.

Also, on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m., costumed children are invited to visit boo-tiful downtown Prairie du Chien businesses for trick or treating. This early opportunity to visit the downtown businesses has been a tradition in the past.

Police Chief Chad Abram provided a few safety tips for local kids planning to enjoy the evening around town.

•Parents or grandparents are recommended to go trick or treating with their kids.

•Wear reflective clothing or have some type of lighting that makes you visible to others.

Mon
24
Oct

PdC native to celebrate her music with hometown shows


Chellanie (Adams) Grunwald will be playing a hometown EP album release party on Saturday, Oct. 29, at The Blackhawk in Prairie du Chien, from 8 to 10 p.m. She is also playing a show on Friday, Oct. 28, at 8 p.m., at Daddy’s Dew Drop Inn in Bagley. (Photo by Barbara Birnbaum Potter)

By Correne Martin

After 11 years in the Nashville music scene, Chellanie (Adams) Grunwald is finally releasing her very own country/blues extended play (EP) track and she will be showcasing her vocal talents at two performances this weekend in the Prairie du Chien area.

On Friday at 8 p.m., Chellanie will play at Daddy’s Dew Drop Inn in rural Bagley. On Saturday at 8 p.m., she will host an official hometown EP release party at The Blackhawk in downtown Prairie du Chien.

“I’m excited about these two shows. This new EP is very special to me,” she said. “I hope to see a lot of people out not only because it’s Halloween weekend but also because I think it will be a fun time with live original acoustic music.”

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