Monday, February 19, 2018
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The Monday, February 19 Class 1A regional championship game for the Kee girls basketball team vs. West Hancock has been postponed to Tuesday, February 20, still with a 7 p.m. start, at New Hampton High School. The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union said it will continue to monitor the weather... + continue reading
Thursday, February 15, 2018
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Waukon wrestling 170-pound senior Tristan Hansmeier (42-5) had his championship hopes at the 2018 Iowa High School State Wrestling Tournament brought to a close by top-ranked senior Kolton Bartow (44-3) of Dubuque Wahlert, falling to Bartow by fall in 4:39. Bartow will now advance to the Class 2A... + continue reading

Liddiard selected as State of Iowa Voice of Democracy essay contest winner; Will now compete at national level... Waukon High School junior Sean Liddiard had his audio essay selected as the State of Iowa winner in the annual Voice of Democracy essay contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and its Auxiliary. Pictured above following the selection of Liddiard's essay as the State of Iowa contest winner at an event held in Des Moines January 20 are, left to right, Department (State of Iowa) VFW Auxiliary Scholarship Chairperson Susan Reiter, VFW Department (State of Iowa) Voice of Democracy Chairman Travis Holden, District Senior Vice Commander Virgil Thorstenson, Sean Liddiard, 9th District Auxiliary President Linda Klintinger, Waukon VFW Post 4117 Commander John Regan, Jr., 9th District Voice of Democracy Auxiliary Chairperson Darlene Vine and 9th District Voice of Democracy Chairman Bernard Meiers. Liddiard will now travel to Washington, D.C. March 3-7 to have his essay compete against 52 other state-level winners from across the nation. His essay appears below. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Waukon High School junior Sean Liddiard will be among the high school youth from across this nation representing the future of the nation by looking at its past when he travels to Washington, D.C. in early March to compete at the national level of the Voice of Democracy Patriotic Audio Essay... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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The historic ice harvest that was once a mainstay of the Lansing area returned again this year as a joint effort of the Allamakee County Conservation Board and Gary and Karen Galema of Lansing Saturday, February 10. The ice harvest took place at the Village Creek State Boat Landing on the south... + continue reading

The Gralund family at the 2017 Heart Ball ... Left to right: Ben, Addison, Kris and Hannah Gralund. Kris is a 1995 Waukon High School graduate and the daughter of Dave and Jeannine Zimmerman of Waukon. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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by Lissa Blake At first glance, 11-year-old Addie Gralund may look like any other girl her age. She’s competitive, driven, and enjoys being in charge. But according to her mother, Kris (Zimmerman) Gralund, Addie is much older than her years. That’s because Addie has been through... + continue reading

Liddiard selected as State of Iowa Voice of Democracy essay contest winner; Will now compete at national level... Waukon High School junior Sean Liddiard had his audio essay selected as the State of Iowa winner in the annual Voice of Democracy essay contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and its Auxiliary. Pictured above following the selection of Liddiard's essay as the State of Iowa contest winner at an event held in Des Moines January 20 are, left to right, Department (State of Iowa) VFW Auxiliary Scholarship Chairperson Susan Reiter, VFW Department (State of Iowa) Voice of Democracy Chairman Travis Holden, District Senior Vice Commander Virgil Thorstenson, Sean Liddiard, 9th District Auxiliary President Linda Klintinger, Waukon VFW Post 4117 Commander John Regan, Jr., 9th District Voice of Democracy Auxiliary Chairperson Darlene Vine and 9th District Voice of Democracy Chairman Bernard Meiers. Liddiard will now travel to Washington, D.C. March 3-7 to have his essay compete against 52 other state-level winners from across the nation. His essay appears below. Submitted photo.

The Gralund family at the 2017 Heart Ball ... Left to right: Ben, Addison, Kris and Hannah Gralund. Kris is a 1995 Waukon High School graduate and the daughter of Dave and Jeannine Zimmerman of Waukon. Submitted photo.

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