Thursday, October 16, 2014
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This year, an all new layout and special effects will add to the horrifying shaking skeletons, werewolves, bloody butchers, freaky clowns, electric chair antics, fake explosions, scary Santa, and creepy cemetery on display  at Scream Xtreme’s Halls of Terror on St. Feriole Island in... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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  By Pam Reinig Register Editor   If you expect more from your Halloween celebration than walking through a pumpkin patch in broad daylight, consider visiting a haunted house—if you dare. There’s one in St. Olaf and another in Monona, and both promise to put a little extra... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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  By Pam Reinig Register Editor   When the Central Warriors score a touchdown, they’re doing more than putting points on the scoreboard. They’re also earning cash for the school’s two booster clubs. Central State Bank, Elkader, has a long-standing tradition of... + continue reading

Judy and Gene Vigen have operated Gene’s Place on Main Street since 1993.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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  By Pat McTaggart Freelance Writer   Gene’s Place, located at 117 South Main in Elkader, opened its doors in 1981.  Although the name of the business changed, the building itself has been a gathering spot for generations of Elkader residents.  The County Assessor... + continue reading

Galen Freymiller served as the postmaster of the Wauzeka Post Office for 18 years and gave the USPS over 34 years as a whole. He retired on Sept. 30.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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By Correne Martin Just as the old Bob Dylan song goes: The times, they are a-changin’. The United States Postal Service has seen its fair share of changes through the years with regard to automation, variety of mailings, technology, office hours and personnel. Recently, the post offices... + continue reading

Judy and Gene Vigen have operated Gene’s Place on Main Street since 1993.

Galen Freymiller served as the postmaster of the Wauzeka Post Office for 18 years and gave the USPS over 34 years as a whole. He retired on Sept. 30.

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