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Tue
24
May

The Moving Wall - Special tribute to Vietnam vets coming


A woman touches the name of her cousin during The Moving Wall’s stop in Ocononowoc, WI.

By Pat McTaggart

Freelance Writer

 

A moving tribute to Vietnam veterans is coming to Clayton County.

Tue
24
May

MEET THE CANDIDATES


Steve Doeppke

Lester Simons

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

In the weeks leading up to the June 7 primaries, the Register will publish profiles of the candidates in contested races. This week, our profile looks at the two Democrats entered in the Clayton County Board of Supervisors’ race. There are six candidates for the single seat being vacated by Larry Gibbs, who is not running for re-election. Two more candidates are profiled here; the remaining two will be featured in our June 1 edition.

Tue
17
May

National EMS Week - Man returns to NE Iowa to lead EMS


New EMS Director Todd Eiffert recently hosted a class of students from MFL MarMac. He is pictured with Jon Sylvester and Jane Kuennen.

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

A man who spent his childhood summers in Monona has returned to the area to head up the emergency medical services crew at Central Community Hospitals.

Tue
17
May

MEET THE CANDIDATES


Jolene Jansen

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

In the weeks leading up to the June 7 primaries, the Register will publish profiles of the candidates in contested races. This week, our profiles look at two Democrats entered in the Clayton County Board of Supervisors’ race. There are six candidates for the single seat being vacated by Gary Bowden. The remaining four will be profiled in the May 25 issue.

Tue
10
May

Display at Carter House - Students share Civil War project


Levi Tuecke and Ashley Funk do a peer review of another student’s Civil War project.

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

Central students will take a short road trip this week in order to share their work in a special setting. The students, all sophomores, will set up display boards Thursday at the Carter House Museum that will feature their research on the Civil War. The Carter House, built by pioneer brothers Ernest and Henry Carter, was completed about a decade before war broke out.

Tue
10
May

MEET THE CANDIDATES


Elizabeth Jaster

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

In the weeks leading up to the June 7 primaries, the Register will publish of the candidates in contested races. This week, our profile looks at the two Democrats entered in the Clayton County Auditor’s race. One of the two women—either Jennifer Garms or Elizabeth Jaster—will face Republican Deborah Scott, who will be profiled after the primary election.

Tue
03
May

Students Get “Reality Check” Learning about real-life challengesv

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

Tue
03
May

TAX REBATE FOR LOCAL COMPANY

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

The Elkader City Council last week approved a resolution that will help a local company expand its labor force. Mobile Track Solutions will receive a 24 percent property tax rebate over 10 years (equal to $240,628), as part of a local match to the Iowa Economic Development Authority’s High Quality Jobs program. MTS plans to add 30 new jobs and invest more than $5.1 million in a new facility in Elkader.

Tue
26
Apr

Best Birthday Ever! - Veteran receives Quilt of Valor


Frank Phippen (left), commander of Lemka-Stendel American Legion Post 106, presents Ken Dettbarn, Elkader, with a Quilt of Valor. The presentation was part of Dettbarn’s recent 50th birthday celebration.

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

A Northeast Iowa man celebrated a recent milestone with a special surprise: During a family dinner for his 50th birthday, he was presented a Quilt of Valor honoring his military service.

Linda Dettbarn arranged the surprise for her husband, Ken. Though the Elkader couple’s entire family knew about the presentation, they managed to keep it a secret.

Tue
26
Apr

Parents’ group scores grant

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

A local project has hit a homerun with the Minnesota Twins baseball organization. The Minneapolis-based major league ball club recently awarded the Elkader Funds for Fields Committee a $9,780 grant for a project to reconstruct the town’s baseball fields.

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