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Tue
25
Jan

MORE educational opportunities: MFL MarMac launches authentic learning program


The MFL MarMac High School Library resembled an episode of the TV show Shark Tank last Tuesday, as local businesses and school employees pitched projects for the school’s new authentic learning course. Here, students Sydney Moser (left) and Jordyn Jones discuss a project idea with McGregor-Marquette Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jessica Goltz. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Mark Tschirgi (left) and Michael Minnier from Art’s Way Scientific, Inc., were among the businesses and school employees who pitched ideas at the “Partnerpalooza” event for MFL MarMac’s More Experiences Real Opportunities (MORE) program.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Hanson earns Times-Register Good Neighbor Award for 2021


2021 Times-Register Good Neighbor Award winner Chelsea Hanson, owner of TD’s Sports Bar & Grille in Elkader, stands with award presenter and Times-Register reporter Willis Patenaude at the Elkader Awards Banquet.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

McGregor Council OK’s bid for upcoming Main Street Sewer Project

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

2021 Elkader Community Awards Banquet brings record crowd


Elkader Chamber Coordinator Ann Gibney (left) and Economic Development Director Samantha Baumgartner presented the awards during the 2021 Elkader Community Awards Banquet. A record crowd of 90 guests attended the event on Jan. 17.

John and Doris Moyna received the Legacy Award for the Earthmoving Legacy Center.

Jennifer Cowsert received the Community Spirit Award.

David Beck accepted the Historic Preservation Award on behalf of the Elkader 175th Anniversary Committee.

New business owners recognized were John Finch (Meuser Lumber Manager), Bill Kuhse (Meuser Lumber), John and Doris Moyna (Earthmoving Legacy Center), Tom and Michelle Gifford (The Jude), Michael and Jade Beck (Gifford Insurance), Megan Glawe (Magic Touch LLC), Garret and Lila Hamilton (Highland Arms), Kimberly and Tyler Carlson (Deer Run Resort), Roger and Deb Schmidt (Twisted Alley 2), Stephanie Cunningham (Elkader PitStop), Joelle Davis (Emerald Grove Boutique), Sally Stendel (The Collective), Chelsea Hanson (TD’s Sports Bar & Grille) and Teri Ann Gregerson Marting (Inhale Exhale Pilates and The Collective)

Past business owners recognized at the event were (front, left to right) Lucy Sharp (Sharp Art Gallery), Michelle Gifford, Ron and Mary Kuehl (Treats), Linda Glesne (Coast to Coast), Lois and Eddie Nelson (The Store); (back) Doris and John Moyna (Deer Run Resort), Tom Gifford (Gifford Insurance) and Kristin Fitzgerald (Fitzgerald Inc.)

Caleb Shea accepted the Community Health and Safety Award for the Elkader Fire Department.

The Elkader Dog Park Committee was recognized with the Community Improvement Award. Accepting was Tony Hauber.

Chelsea and Tyler Hanson, owners of TD's Sports Bar and Grille, were honored as Entertainment Hub of the Year.

Clayton County BEST representatives Haley Mueller, Aaron Reinhart and Jasmine Mueller accepted the Innovator Award.

The Legacy Award went to Michael and Jade Beck and Michelle and Tom Gifford.

Megan Glawe received the Life Can Be This Good Award.

Sally Stendel and Teri Ann Gregerson, representing The Collective, accepted the New Community Event Award. It recognized the First Friday Art Crawls.

Superior Interior Rehabilitation honors went to Lori Dettbarn, Caitlin Kuehl and Courtney Klocke from the Beauty Bar.

Roger and Deb Schmidt were awarded Unique Business Promotion.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Monona Area Business Spotlight: Epic Wear


Mandy and Tyler Halverson, pictured with their children Harper, Havanna, Hadalyn and Huxley, are the owners of Epic Wear. (Submitted photos)

Epic Wear started in Waukon and, in 2018, opened a second location on Center Street, in downtown Monona.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Elkader Fire Department seeks funding for new coats and pants

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Bulldogs beat South Winn, West Central


Parker Kuehl goes airborne for two of his seven points against West Central. The Bulldogs won the game 76-49. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Kaden Stocker made six of 10 field goals and four of his seven three-point attempts against the Blue Devils.

Chauncy Drahn guards a West Central player.

Wyatt Powell finished Friday's game with 11 points.

Mason Kishman dribbles past a West Central defender.

Cullen McShane tallied nine points against the Blue Devils.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Two more wins for MFL MarMac girls


Senior Riley Moreland proved unstoppable in MFL MarMac’s win over West Central, going 11-19 from the field and 4-7 from three-point range for 33 points. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Hannah Bogdonovich cuts past a Blue Devil defender in last week’s Bulldog victory.

Brooklynn Moon hefts up a three-point shot in the Jan. 21 game against West Central.

Miranda Lang tries to snag the ball from a Blue Devil player.

Grace Anderson shoots from under the basket.

Ava Kishman, who played key minutes off the bench for the Bulldogs last week, makes a shot attempt under pressure from two Blue Devils.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Warrior wrestling has busy but successful week with Berns and Wilwert


Central wrestlers participated in the IWCOA Girls State at Xtream Arena in Coralville on Jan. 21-22. Pictured are coach Joe Koehn, wrestlers Brandy Beatty, Kimberly Suhr, Rebecca Suhr, Reese Berns and Tori Sylvester and coach Colten Ledbeter. (Submitted photo)

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
25
Jan

Central offense goes cold in loss to TigerHawks


Delaney Scherf scored nine points in Central’s loss to NFV. (Photos by Bev Hamann)

Warrior Lexi Loan battles for the opening tip in last week’s game against the TigerHawks.

Carly Kluesner looks for an open Warrior teammate.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

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