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  CRESCO - Local fourth graders learned the consequences of not being safe during the second 4-H Farm Safety Education Day held at the Howard County Fairgrounds on Sept. 21. On Nov. 6, 2016, three-year-old Madisyn Frye was playing at her grandparents’, Todd and Lauri Kaeser, farm near Rossville....
  CRESCO - Students at Notre Dame Elementary received a special visitor last week in the form of  MJ, a therapy dog-in-training. Lisa Kammerer stopped by the school to introduce MJ to the students and to explain the golden retriever’s duties as a therapy animal. Lead Teacher Renee Cuvelier welcomed...
  CRESCO - Sprinkles turned a little heavy and forced the Quilts of Valor program to move from the courthouse lawn to the American Legion building across the street. Sandy Thorson, who is the Northeast Iowa coordinator for Quilts of Valor explained how the idea was founded. In 2003, Catherine...
  CRESCO -A year’s planning, hard work and delivery brought good things to the table for Regional Health Services of Howard County 40th Annual Hospital Auxiliary Quilt Auction. The auction, held on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, was started under the big tent as the “expected” deluge of rain.   Opening...
CRESCO - The 2017 Crestwood High School Homecoming Parade was held in downtown Cresco on Friday, Sept. 15.  
  Rural Protivin - William Faller of Kewaunee, Wis. was so impressed with the life story of Dr. Norman Borlaug, he offered to make a pair of sculptures depicting the humanitarian’s life. The second of those statues was dedicated at a ceremony on Sept. 15 during the 10th Annual Fall Inspire Day,...
  CRESCO - Eight young ladies are vying for the title of Little Miss Cresco 2017, as part of Norman Borlaug Harvest Fest.   Briana Burke, Emma Godman, Eva Sebastian, Karlee Henry, Kayli Hinck, Kenzie Gallagher, Lauren Fortney, and Zoey Mehmert are in the running and will be judged on poise,...
  CRESCO - Dale and Mary Ellen Turnmire have spent a lifetime giving back to the community they call ‘home’, most recently taking on a leadership role that resulted in over 40 bronze statues placed throughout Howard County. Cresco will say ‘thank you’ to the couple during the Norman Borlaug Harvest...
  CRESCO - It’s not Supt. Ted Ihns’ first time wandering the halls of Crestwood High School, as he did it in the 1980s when he was a student himself.  But the footprint of Howard-Winneshiek Community School District has changed since then. It is even different from when he was an elementary P.E....

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