Returning to alma mater court ... Left to right, Maureen Monroe and Margaret (Anderson) Hermeier will return to the basketball court this Saturday in the gym they once played in during their school days in Waterville. Hermeier, a 1958 graduate of Waterville High School, and Monroe, who attended school at Waterville in the 1960s, will play in the Granny Basketball Eastern Division games scheduled to be played this Saturday, May 19. Submitted photo.
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Waterville High School player returns to the court for Granny Basketball event this Saturday by Brianne Eilers Organized team basketball will be played one final time in the gymnasium at the Waterville Elementary School before the school is closed for good at the end of this current academic... + continue reading
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Last week’s article focused on Step One in being “Voter Ready” in 2018: Register to Vote. This week’s article is about Step Two: Bring a valid form of ID to the polls. Valid forms of ID include: 1. Iowa Driver’s License (not expired more than 90 days) 2. Iowa Non-... + continue reading
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by Joe Moses The Second Degree Murder case against 32-year-old John Michael Quanrude of Waukon involved a bit more court and document activity this past week, including review of a requested change and some necessary changes made upon further document review. Although separate matters not... + continue reading

Jeremy and Jodi Peake family ... Submitted photo.
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Jeremy and Jodi Peake of Waukon will host the May gathering of the Northeast Iowa Food and Farm Network this Sunday, May 20 at 7 p.m. To see milking in progress, arrive at 6:15 p.m. The Network event will begin with a potluck at 7 p.m., then feature a farm tour with highlights including Peake... + continue reading

Curtis Handyman Service receives First Dollar Visit ... Curtis Handyman Service, a new business started this year by Curtis Dundee of Waukon, received a First Dollar Visit from the Waukon Chamber of Commerce recently. Pictured above at that First Dollar presentation are, left to right, Waukon Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors member Sherrie Hunstad, Curtis Dundee of Curtis Handyman Service and Waukon Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors member Dan Headington. Photo courtesy of Waukon Chamber of Commerce.
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A combination of reasons brought Elkader native and current Waukon resident Curtis Dundee to the decision to start his own business recently. Helping other people, being more available to his own family and wanting to work for himself on a full-time basis resulted in the start of Curtis Handyman... + continue reading

Returning to alma mater court ... Left to right, Maureen Monroe and Margaret (Anderson) Hermeier will return to the basketball court this Saturday in the gym they once played in during their school days in Waterville. Hermeier, a 1958 graduate of Waterville High School, and Monroe, who attended school at Waterville in the 1960s, will play in the Granny Basketball Eastern Division games scheduled to be played this Saturday, May 19. Submitted photo.
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John Quanrude ...

Jeremy and Jodi Peake family ... Submitted photo.

Curtis Handyman Service receives First Dollar Visit ... Curtis Handyman Service, a new business started this year by Curtis Dundee of Waukon, received a First Dollar Visit from the Waukon Chamber of Commerce recently. Pictured above at that First Dollar presentation are, left to right, Waukon Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors member Sherrie Hunstad, Curtis Dundee of Curtis Handyman Service and Waukon Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors member Dan Headington. Photo courtesy of Waukon Chamber of Commerce.

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