North Iowa Times

Tue
15
Apr

Police seek information about reported stabbing

 

Late Saturday night, a Mar-Mac Police Officer responded to the 200 block of Main Street in McGregor after receiving a report that a male subject had possibly been stabbed.

 

Upon the officer’s arrival, the man, who was not fatally injured, was transported to the hospital.

Tue
15
Apr

Something’s brewing at Old Man River


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)

Since she and Angelica took over last year, Allison said making the brewery operational has been one of their top priorities. Along with their friend Darus Spingler, they have spent a lot of time familiarizing themselves with the equipment and the brewing system. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

This set-up is one of only four in North America, and one of just two in operation. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

 

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.

Tue
15
Apr

Athletes take advantage of weight room


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

Sophomore Tyson Dolan works out regularly as a member of the MFL MarMac football team. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

 

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.

Tue
15
Apr

New Life Family Church to make its home in McGregor


Debbie and Steve Downs will be the pastors at New Life Family Church in McGregor. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

 

By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor

 

McGregor will soon be home to a new church—New Life Family Church—an Assembly of God church connected with The Journey Church in Dubuque.

Tue
15
Apr

Creating community art

 

There was a good turnout on Saturday for McGregor’s community art project. The event was a collaboration between the city of McGregor and the McGregor-Marquette Center for the Arts (MMCA). Participants stencil or freehand painted designs on picnic tables that will be placed in the city’s parks. Art included everything from flowers, hearts and butterflies to penguins and Green Bay Packer “G’s.” The tables will be unveiled Saturday, April 19, at 10 a.m. at the Easter Egg and Selfie Hunt in Triangle Park, which is being sponsored by Old Man River and the McGregor-Marquette Chamber of Commerce. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

 
Tue
15
Apr

MFL MarMac ‘celebrates’ test scores

 

By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor

 

Tue
15
Apr

Bulldog golf teams begin season


Annie Berns hits a shot from the fairway bunker on hole one at Tri City Golf Course on April 10. (Photo by Michael Newton)

By Michael Newton

 

The MFL MarMac girls golf team won its opening meet with a 235-244 win over the girls from Edgewood-Colesburg on April 10.

 

Tue
15
Apr

Girls Track Re-cap—April 16 Issue

Bulldog girls track team competes at Postville relays

 

By Michael Newton

 

Tue
15
Apr

Boys Track Re-cap—April 16 Issue


MFL MarMac’s Bryce Burke won the 300 hurdles with a time of 47.66 at Friday’s meet at River Ridge. The Bulldogs won the boys meet. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

Bulldog Sam Pfeiffer took first in the 800 with a time of 2:18 at the April 11 track meet at River Ridge. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

Bulldog Boys finish sixth at Ed-Co relays

By Michael Newton

 

On April 8, the Bulldog boys traveled to Edgewood to compete in the Ed-Co relays. The meet was won by North Fayette-Valley with 168 points. The Bulldogs were sixth with 36 points. 

Tue
08
Apr

Teaching life saving lessons


The MarMac Rescue Squad held its first CPR/first aid course of the month on Saturday. EMT and certified instructor Liz Clark taught the class, while other EMTs helped. Clark instructed the class on CPR, stressing the importance of compressions. She said breathing is no longer as important, but that, if you are going to do breathing, a mask should be used. She also explained how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) to restore a regular heart rhythm. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

 

 

 

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