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Tue
16
Jul

Udelhoven places in Top 10 at SkillsUSA Nationals


The 2024 National SkillsUSA Competition took place in Atlanta, Georgia on June 24–28. 17,000 registered participants attended, 6,500 individuals and 115 different career competitions took place. Andrew Udelhoven (pictured) represented Wauzeka-Steuben by participating in the opening ceremonies on Monday, June 24. On Tuesday, June 25 Andrew took a written test. The next day, the carpentry participants took an industry tour and were able to see the large amount of vendors in the Georgia World Congress Center. Then the carpentry competition started at 8 a.m. on Thursday, June 27, which finished at about 4:30 p.m. Udelhoven received a Skills Points Certificate in Carpentry. Closing ceremonies were Friday night. (Photo submitted courtesy of Ana Seamans)

By Tom Martin

 

Tue
16
Jul

Bernice A. DuCharme

June 8, 1931–July 13, 2024

Bernice A. DuCharme, age 93 of Prairie du Chien passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Saturday, July 13, 2024, at Crossing Rivers Health in Prairie du Chien. 

Tue
16
Jul

Bonnie J. Goodrich

January 2, 1931–July 8, 2024

Bonnie J. Goodrich, age 93, of Prairie du Chien passed away Monday, July 8, 2024, at Crossing Rivers Healthcare in Prairie du Chien. 

Tue
16
Jul

Robert Sturch

July 3, 1949–June 29, 2024

Tue
16
Jul

Paul Welsh

October 12, 1941–July 11, 2024

Paul Welsh, age 82 of Wauzeka, passed away on Thursday, July 11, 2024. He was born on Oct. 12, 1941, son of the late Earl and Mae (Payne) Welsh. As well as being strong in his Catholic faith, Paul enjoyed travel, baseball and his love for photography.

Tue
16
Jul

Mark Allen Walters

August 8, 1949–July 12, 2024

Mark Allen Walters, age 74 of Glendive, Mont., passed away on Friday, July 12, 2024, at his home in Glendive. Cremation has taken place and no services are planned at this time. Silha Funeral Home of Glendive has been entrusted with the arrangements.

Tue
16
Jul

County aims to reduce mosquito breeding grounds

By Steve Van Kooten

 

Tue
16
Jul

Wings Over Prairie offers fly-ins, food to spectators


The Prairie du Chien Municipal Airport welcomed dozens of fly-ins during the Wings Over Prairie du Chien event on July 13. The Reedsburg Flying Club offered flights to spectators during the day.

Dave Wesener, a member of the Prairie du Chien Rotary Club, cooks bacon for the fly-in breakfast that kicked off the Wings Over PdC.

the Prairie du Chien Police Department's senior K9 unit Rico at the Wings Over Prairie du Chien event.

A look inside the La Crosse CAP flight simulator, cockpit which was available during the day.

Derrick Eastman, a member of the city fire department, shows adults and children different pieces of equipment used to fight fires.

The 77th Alice in Dairyland Hailei Heinzel went up with Mayor David Hemmer in one of the City of Prairie du Chien’s fire engines during the Wings event.

Alice in Dairyland Hailei Heinzel poses with two visitors to the Prairie du Chien Municipal Airport.

Former Driftless Development, Inc. Executive Director Carol Roth peruses the Historical Society pie auction.

Multiple organizations bring attractions to event at the PdC airport

By Steve Van Kooten

 

Tue
16
Jul

School board approves assigned parking

Board ‘willing to try’ designated spots, student designs for seniors

By Steve Van Kooten

 

Wed
10
Jul

Hoppers suffer tough losses, still tie for second at Viroqua Tourney


Dylan Wright brings the heat on the mound for the Hoppers against Viroqua. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Jack MacEachern fields a ground ball near first base for the out. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Hunter Jones reacts after a called strike. The Hoppers went 2-3 during the week with all five games taking place in Viroqua. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Drake Ingham pitches against Viroqua during Monday's contest. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Brady Lenzendorf rushes to get back to first base after a fly out. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Bryce Lenzendorf watches the ball as he finishes his swing. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Noah Pedretti takes a lead off of second base. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Dylan Wright fouls off a pitch against Viroqua. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Jack MacEachern touches home plate for the Hoppers second run of their first game with Viroqua. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Carter Copsey gets ready to swing. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

By Derick Kelly

 

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