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Tue
02
Nov

At Central, youth sports pave the way to better programs and community


Coach Brady Stramer (left) and a volunteer instruct kids in Central’s youth basketball program. The program, which serves grades 1-6, provides the opportunity for players to develop their skills, learn how to listen and help others, how to play as a team and, of course, how to have fun.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
02
Nov

CVG evolves from wire harness manufacturing to building conveyors


Monona manufacturer Commercial Vehicle Group (CVG) has transitioned from making wire harnesses to building conveyor systems—an effort manufacturing manager Linda Knockel said will meet the needs of an ever changing world. Knockel spoke about the changes at the Oct. 19 Monona Chamber and Economic Development, Inc., annual dinner and celebration. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
02
Nov

UMGC awards nearly $700K in grants

The Upper Mississippi Gaming Corporation (UMGC) held its annual grant awards ceremony in Marquette on Oct. 25. Grants so far this year have totaled $692,109.58, far exceeding last year’s amount of $401,410.82, according to UMGC Executive Director Sindee Gohde.

 

Tue
02
Nov

Elkader Council gets updates on Carter Street and Keystone Bridge projects

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
02
Nov

Vehicle stolen near Farmbersburg

On Oct. 30, at 8:53 a.m., the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a stolen vehicle near Farmersburg. The eye witness identified a red car associated with the theft, and both vehicles were last seen driving south on Highway 13. Deputies located the vehicles on Highway 13, near 230th Street, and attempted to stop the vehicles. The drivers of both vehicles fled, exceeding speeds of 85 MPH. The driver of the stolen vehicle fled to Elkader, where he abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot. The driver of the red car was pursued and ultimately stopped east of Strawberry Point, on Crystal Road.

Tue
02
Nov

‘That’s the marquee win we’ve been waiting for:’ Bulldogs take down Regina 21-7


“Last week I thought was one of the best defensive efforts we ever had, but we might have had it beat tonight,” said head coach Dan Anderson after the Bulldogs’ 21-7 win over the Regals. MFL MarMac’s defense held Regina to just 77 rushing yards and kept the powerful Regal offense off the board until late in the fourth quarter. Here, safety Karter Decker makes one of his 4.5 total tackles. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Kaden Stocker snagged a 26-yard reception in MFL MarMac’s win at Regina.

The Bulldog defense, including Tristen Koehn, pressured the Regina quarterbacks throughout the night.

Running back Cullen McShane had 77 yards and a touchdown on 15 rushing attempts and caught one pass.

“We came out really jacked up,” said Wyatt Powell. “We played four great quarters and, sometimes, you can’t do that. Tonight, we really showed we can do that.”

Fullback Gabe McGeough ran the ball 16 times for 60 yards.

Austin Schlee recorded one of MFL MarMac's two sacks and also made 6 tackles.

Quarterback Carver Blietz-Bentien hands the ball off in the Bulldogs' win.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
02
Nov

Warrior football season ends with cancelled game, eyes to the future


Evan Schroeder

Elliot Kelly

Noah Diersen

Brandon Whittle

Nick Deitchler

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
02
Nov

John C. Luster

John C. Luster (John the Barber), age 82, of Prairie du Chien, Wis., passed away Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021, at his home, surrounded by his family. He was born in Harpers Ferry on Nov. 12, 1938, the son of John O. and Loella (Schellsmidt) Luster. He was the seventh child of 11. 

 

Tue
02
Nov

John B. Gilmore

John B. Gilmore (Doc), 96, of Oxford, Conn., formally of Elkader, passed away at CT Hospice on Oct. 14, 2021. He was born April 3, 1925, in New Bedford, Mass., to John B. and Gerogianna (Bazinet) Gilmore.

 

Fri
29
Oct

Ann J. Bartz

Ann Janis Bartz, 69, Monona, died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021, at Good Samaritan Society, West Union. Ann was born on July 6, 1952, in Postville, to LaVerne and Marilyn (Olson) Larson. She was baptized and confirmed at East Clermont Lutheran Church, rural Clermont. Ann graduated from Valley High School in 1970. She graduated with her associate degree in nursing at North Iowa Area Community College in 1972, and began working as a registered nurse at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, Minn.

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