These are just a few of the bucking bulls on the Curt Check property near Seneca. The top bucking bull of the group is second from the left.
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  Cowboy’s Arena holds bull riding on Saturday nights By Ted Pennekamp   Cowboys, cowgirls and spectators have been having a great time in recent years at bull riding events at the Cowboy’s Arena near Seneca. The bull rides are held every Saturday night beginning at 7:30 p... + continue reading
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  A special  show of good  sportsmanship  at PdC-WS meet By Ted Pennekamp   The athletes and fans of the River Valley and Prairie du Chien/Wauzeka-Steuben wrestling teams combined to bring out the best in high school sports for a heartwarming moment directly after... + continue reading

A recent Iowa State University study puts Elkader at the top of the list for total taxable sales, well ahead of surrounding communities.
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  By Pam Reinig Register Editor   According to an Iowa State University study, Elkader remains the retail mecca of Clayton County. That comes as little surprise to established business owners or newcomers like Dawn Medberry, owner of JEM Salon and Spa. “People have asked me... + continue reading
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    By Pat McTaggart   Freelance Writer   Since December 10, a 40 member Facility Committee has been meeting regularly to see what the Central Community School K-12 building needs to update it’s facilities.  The committee is made up of parents, residents with no... + continue reading

Morgan Hassman will spend nine weeks student teaching in Kathy Connelly's third grade classroom, helping students like Mariha Harbaugh, pictured above. "I'm really enjoying it," Hassman told The Press. (Press photo by Molly Moser)
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By Molly Moser Morgan Hassman began her first term of student teaching in January, when she entered Kathy Connelly’s third grade classroom at Clayton Ridge Elementary. “The kids here are just great,” she told The Press. “I enjoy actually getting to see real life in the... + continue reading

Two thirds of residents in small communities across the country read local newspapers at least once a week. Jeff Shireman reads The Guttenberg Press while drinking his morning coffee. (Press photo by Molly Moser)
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By Molly Moser Two weekly newspapers in Iowa closed last month after more than 130 years of local coverage. The Walnut Bureau in Walnut and the Danish Villages Voice in Elk Horn both released their final editions on Christmas Eve. Both papers were managed by Cornflower, LLC. Chris Mudge,... + continue reading

On Saturday, Feb. 14, Family Dentistry Associates of Monona, Waukon Dental and Dental Associates of Prairie du Chien will again hold Have a Heart Day, an annual event that provides free dental care for area kids. Last year, the clinics served 100 patients, providing over $29,000 in services. (File photo)
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
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By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor On Saturday, Feb. 14, Family Dentistry Associates of Monona, Waukon Dental and Dental Associates of Prairie du Chien will again hold Have a Heart Day, an annual event that provides free dental care for area kids. The service began 25 years ago in Monona... + continue reading

During his bone marrow transplant, Carl Shedivy, a Prairie du Chien native, received new stem cells, which flowed through an IV into his body. Everything went according to plan during his November transplant, but he still has a long road ahead of him. Carl is pictured with his wife, Denise, and children, Dan and Elise, the day of the transplant. (Submitted photo)
Monday, January 26, 2015
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By Correne Martin The Prairie du Chien High School boys and girls basketball teams are gearing up to Shoot for a Cure on Saturday, Jan. 31 and create greater leukemia awareness in honor of one of Prairie du Chien’s own, Carl Shedivy. Shedivy, a 1979 graduate of Prairie du Chien and a... + continue reading

These are just a few of the bucking bulls on the Curt Check property near Seneca. The top bucking bull of the group is second from the left.

A recent Iowa State University study puts Elkader at the top of the list for total taxable sales, well ahead of surrounding communities.

Morgan Hassman will spend nine weeks student teaching in Kathy Connelly's third grade classroom, helping students like Mariha Harbaugh, pictured above. "I'm really enjoying it," Hassman told The Press. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

Two thirds of residents in small communities across the country read local newspapers at least once a week. Jeff Shireman reads The Guttenberg Press while drinking his morning coffee. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

On Saturday, Feb. 14, Family Dentistry Associates of Monona, Waukon Dental and Dental Associates of Prairie du Chien will again hold Have a Heart Day, an annual event that provides free dental care for area kids. Last year, the clinics served 100 patients, providing over $29,000 in services. (File photo)

During his bone marrow transplant, Carl Shedivy, a Prairie du Chien native, received new stem cells, which flowed through an IV into his body. Everything went according to plan during his November transplant, but he still has a long road ahead of him. Carl is pictured with his wife, Denise, and children, Dan and Elise, the day of the transplant. (Submitted photo)

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