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Former attorney Strand charged with theft, unlawful activity
By Sarah Strandberg David Strand has been charged with taking more than $10,000 from a trust fund belonging to a client.
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Driftless Safari begins Memorial Day Weekend
Driftless Safari is a free scavenger hunt spread across Winneshiek County. Participants are given a guidebook and map featuring 20 unique sites in the county, all highlighting a unique natural, historical or cultural place.
NICC graduation Thursday
Northeast Iowa Community College will hold spring commencement for the Calmar campus graduates Thursday, May 16, at Decorah High School.
Empty Bowls raises more than $17,500
Pictured, from left, are Rabecca Hawes, from Alamakee County Relief Office, Joan Nelson, Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation, Vickie Harvey, Decorah Lutheran Church, Joanne Roney, Greater Area Pantry in Calmar, George Lowe Empty Bowls Chairperson, Caroline Flaskerud, First Lutheran Church Food Pantry, Mat Knutson, Empty Bowls Co-Chair, ... (more)
Wildman trial now June 26
The 23-year-old Cresco man has been incarcerated at the Winneshiek County Jail since last fall on three counts of attempted murder for discharging his 12-gauge shotgun at Cory Numedahl of Calmar, Andrew Massman of West Union and David Cheney of Calmar, as they were exiting their vehicle in Calmar early Oct.
Weather History: May 9: Record temps, storms, tornadoes, wind & snow
Portland, OR had its latest freeze when the temperature fell to 32A . This is the only May freeze in Portland's history.
Wildman denied request for lower bond
In his order issued Tuesday in Winneshiek County District Court, Judge John Bauercamper said bond should remain as previously set because it is "necessary and appropriate to assure the defendant's appearance in court and protect the public, due to the defendant's prior criminal record, the nature of the offense and potential punishment." Wildman, ... (more)
Fort Atkinson man killed in Thursday accident
According to the Iowa State Patrol, Kriener was westbound on 123rd Street at about 9:45 p.m. when he lost control of his vehicle which entered the south ditch, rolling several times before coming to rest on its top.
State and local leaders gather to celebrate grand opening of Wilder Business Center
From left are NICC Board of Trustees President Ken Reimer, Branstad, Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds and Board member Kathy Gunderson.
Fayette County Union
The answer is Business and Community Solutions. However, that is about to change as NICC has opened the doors to 8,000 square feet of meeting space in the newly renovated Wilder Business Center.