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Tue
09
Feb

After 130 years, Glesnes are saying goodbye to Coast to Coast


Longtime employee Sharon Bahls and store owners Maury and Linda Glesne pose for a photo in Coast to Coast for what could be the last time. After 130 years in the Glesne family name, the 201 N. Main St. location will have new owners as of March 1.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Elkader house fire brings out generosity amid tragedy


Around 3 p.m. on Feb. 5, the Elkader Fire Department was called to 302 Cedar St. NW, in Elkader, for a fire at the Zach and Jill Marmann residence. (Photo by Collin Holdsworth)

The sale of wrestling programs at the Feb. 6 sectional wrestling tournament at MFL MarMac raised $1,000 for the Marmann family. Pictured are MFL MarMac Activity Directors Dave Corlett (back, left) and Erik Peterson and MFL MarMac wrestling coach Chet Bachman presenting the money to Central coach Joe Koehn. (Submitted photo)

An Elkader home is a total loss following a fire late Friday afternoon.

 

Tue
09
Feb

Grau part of student discussion with governor and education director


MFL MarMac senior Rose Grau was among a panel of seven students from around the state who last week had a Zoom discussion with Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Iowa Director of Education Ann Lebo about schools and the pandemic. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Six MFL MarMac group speech teams compete in state contest


Among those earning straight ones was the group improv team of Nick Stavroplus (left), Jaxton Schroeder, Will Koether and Jonah Wille.

Overall ones went to Clare Grau, Amara Buchheit and Kaylee Nuehring in ensemble acting. They are pictured with coaches Diane Fisk, Angie Killian and Melissa Haberichter.

An all-freshman group of Kaylee Nuehring (left), Mindy Keehner, Amelya Weigand and Clare Grau (not pictured) was recognized with straight ones in radio broadcasting.

Jonah Wille (left), Ruby Koeller, Abby Schellhorn, Hailee Corlett, Rose Grau and Riley Whitney got straight ones for their musical theater performance of “Cell Block Tango” from the musical “Chicago.” They are pictured with coach Diane Fisk.

Receiving overall ones in TV broadcast were Hailee Corlett (left), Abby Schellhorn, Emme Schroeder and Jordyn Jones. Not pictured are Franci Mezera, Shelby Mielke and Sydney Moser.

Dusty Berns and his teammates Franci Mezera, Lauren Haberichter and Carlie Jones, who were not pictured, picked up an overall one rating in radio broadcasting.

By Audrey Posten, Times Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Monona taking steps to update snowmobile ordinance

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Central School Board looks at plans for potential room renovations

By Pam Reinig, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Elkader Police Chief discusses debate surrounding third squad car

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Trudo signs letter of intent to play college football


MFL MarMac senior Jacob Trudo last week signed a letter of intent to play football at North Dakota State College of Science. He’s pictured with MFL MarMac football coach Dan Anderson (left), his dad Dan Trudo, and coach Carl Fruechte from Caledonia High School, where Trudo played his senior football season. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Nine Bulldogs qualify for districts


Austin Nickolai qualified for districts at 195 pounds. The senior’s second-place finish at sectionals was his best tournament result ever, said head coach Chet Bachman. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Heavyweight Jacob Trudo was one of three MFL MarMac wrestlers who were sectional champions.

At Saturday’s sectional tournament in Monona, Bryce Radloff placed second at 132 pounds, making him one of three Bulldog freshmen to advance to districts.

Karter Decker took the top spot at 138 pounds after pinning all three of his sectional opponents.

Gabe McGeough wrestled just twice on Saturday, first earning a fall over Wapsie Valley’s Jordan Rubner (shown here), then Denver’s Cole Miller in the 160-pound championship match. The junior has lost just once all season.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
09
Feb

Central girls beat Starmont, but struggle against MFL MarMac


Haley Frieden tries to dribble around Bulldog defender Lakota Morrissey. (Photos by Bev Hamann)

Delaney Scherf attempts to pass the ball surrounded by Bulldog defenders. Central lost the game 58-29.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

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