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Wed
18
Dec

Grants awarded through Community Fund in this ‘season of giving’

 

By Ted Pennekamp

 

At its regular meeting Tuesday morning meeting, the Crawford County Board heard a presentation by Eric Frydenlund regarding several grants being awarded through the Crawford County Community Fund. The Crawford County Community Fund began in 2008, when county residents matched a $25,000 gift from an anonymous donor with a mission to create stronger communities by matching generosity with economic need.

 

Wed
18
Dec

Child confesses to bomb threat

 

On Tuesday, Dec. 17, at approximately 11:30 a.m., the Prairie du Chien Police Department received a call of a bomb threat at Bluff View Intermediate School.

 

Upon arrival, officers met with school administration and were advised the threat was for the following day, Wednesday. Officers then began interviewing students who had utilized the bathroom based off of surveillance footage of the hallway near the bathroom. At the same time, school administration notified staff members of the threat and also did a search of the school for any suspicious packages.

Wed
18
Dec

PdC-WS wrestling

Wrestling
Taylor Elliott controls Lancaster’s Lizzy Austin in the 113-pound match.
Wrestling
Alex Wasechek (right) of PdC-WS squares off against Brandon Richardson of Lancaster.

 

Lancaster defeats 

PdC-WS grapplers

On Tuesday night in Prairie du Chien, visiting Lancaster proved to be to much for the Blackhawk grapplers. Lancaster won 54-23.

It was PDC/W-S Parents’ Night and the packed house saw many good individual battles.

Match Summary

Wed
18
Dec

County Board

 

Several grants awarded 

through Community Fund 

in this ‘season of giving’

By Ted Pennekamp

 

Mon
16
Dec

PdC girls over Holmen

 

Prairie du Chien over Holmen

Prairie du Chien bested visiting Holmen 36-32 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday. 

Prairie led 10-6 after the first quarter but Holmen tied the game up at 16-16 at the half. 

Each team scored 7 in the third period to make the score 23-23. 

Mon
16
Dec

PdC beats Platteville in OT

 

Prairie du Chien 

beats Platteville

Prairie du Chien edged host Platteville 43-37 in overtime in an SWC boys basketball game Friday night. 

Prairie led 10-5 following the first period and 17-14 at halftime. 

After the third quarter, the score was Prairie du Chien 24, Platteville 23. 

Mon
16
Dec

Seneca boys win

Seneca vs. Wauzeka-Steuben
Seneca’s Kilian Boland drives the left baseline against Wauzeka-Steuben Friday night.

 

Seneca 

defeats WS boys

Seneca rallied in the second half to defeat visiting Wauzeka-Steuben 46-34 in a Ridge and Valley boys basketball game Friday night. 

The Hornets led 11-8 after the first quarter and 18-16 at the half. 

The Indians went on a 16-6 run in the third period to take a 32-24 advantage heading into the fourth frame. 

Mon
16
Dec

Matt Antoine

Antoine wins
Prairie du Chien’s Matt Antoine moved closer to making the United States Men’s Skeleton Team for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games by capturing a gold medal in World Cup competition Friday.

 

Antoine claims 

first career World Cup gold medal, moves closer to an Olympic Team berth

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - Matt Antoine of Prairie du Chien won his first-career World Cup gold medal to complete a Team USA sweep of the skeleton and bobsled races on Friday. 

Mon
16
Dec

Matt Antoine

Antoine wins
Prairie du Chien’s Matt Antoine moved closer to making the United States Men’s Skeleton Team for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games by capturing a gold medal in World Cup competition Friday.

 

Antoine claims 

first career World Cup gold medal, moves closer to an Olympic Team berth

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - Matt Antoine of Prairie du Chien won his first-career World Cup gold medal to complete a Team USA sweep of the skeleton and bobsled races on Friday. 

Mon
16
Dec

Christmas decoration contest in Eastman

By Correne Martin

For the third year, the community of Eastman is celebrating the holidays with a Christmas decoration contest. All households in the village are eligible to participate. Homeowners can take a shot at putting up the best lights and decorations for a chance at winning prizes and the coveted trophy. There are no rules for decorating.

There is no cost to take part; entry forms are available at Captain’s Sports Bar. Forms were also delivered to every home in town recently.

Homes will be judged on Friday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. Lights and decorations must be up and running by that time. First, second and third prizes of Community Dollars will be awarded for the “Best Decorated.” The winner of the top prize will also take home a trophy provided by AAA Award, of Eastman.

The Eastman Community Club is sponsoring the Community Dollars, which are certificates that can be used to purchase merchandise or services at any of Eastman’s businesses.

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