The MFL MarMac Bulldogs had no answer to the St. Ansgar Saints running attack on Monday, Oct. 7, giving up 429 yards rushing yards, including two 100-yard rushers, as St. Ansgar rolled to a 60 point victory.
“Jumping Kings” members (left to right) Dylan Corlett, Hunter Miller, Michael Egan and Garret Keehner are working on plans to construct a bike track in Monona. (Photo by Audrey Posten)
By Audrey Posten
Seventh graders Dylan Corlett, Hunter Miller, Garret Keehner and Michael Egan have been friends since they were little. The boys do a lot of things together—everything from wrestling and football to a shared love of the Dallas Cowboys.
On the first day of the shutdown, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service put up this small barrier and posting at the entrance to the Sturgeon Slough Hiking Trail between Prairie du Chien and Marquette. There are various barriers and postings in the Prairie du Chien, Marquette and McGregor area. (Photo by Audrey Posten)
This sign at Effigy Mounds National Monument says it all. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)
By Ted Pennekamp
Locals and visitors alike saw visible signs of the partial federal government shutdown, which began Oct. 1, as both Effigy Mounds National Monument and the U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service were closed.
Stacie Eichinger is doing a “Walk 4 Courage” across the country—from Washington to Georgia—for the organization Beads of Courage. Eichinger stopped at Eagles Landing Winery in Marquette on Oct. 7, one of her off days. (Photo by Audrey Posten)
Ryan Halbur of Independence, Iowa, picks one of the glass dish flowers from his display garden. (Photos by Audrey Posten)
Halbur’s mother, Joleen Brincks, chooses most of the dishes, which largely come from Goodwill, while Halbur does the assembly.
When Halbur first began experimenting with the craft a few years ago, he used glue to hold the dishes together. However, now the dishes are held together with hardware in order to make them more weather resistant.
Jewlerymaker Vicki Bedeian, who is from Blue Grass, Iowa, demonstrates how she makes her Viking knit bracelets.
Bedeian then demonstrated how she sizes the jewelry.
Austin Ruff of Farmersburg shows off some of the pumpkins he and his mom, Connie, had for sale at the McGregor Fall Arts and Crafts Festival.
Michelle Rolling of Maquoketa shows off one of her cutting boards.
There were plenty of Halloween decorations to choose from at the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival.
JoAnn Hutchinson of Manchester creates some more of her "Jazzy Jems."
Wauzeka's Paul Straka handcrafted these beautiful lamps.
Dean and Nancy Dieckman of Cashton, Wis. sold glassware with decorative lighting inside.
Charlie Tonn of Monticello poses with some of his creations, which combine pottery and stained glass.