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Thu
08
Jul

Seneca softball season ends at state


Center fielder Kendra Chambers (6) catches a fly ball to the outfield during the state tournament semifinal against Oakfield last Wednesday. Left fielder Bridget Hagensick looks on.

Seneca’s Aubrey Wallin dives back to first base to avoid the tag after a snap throw from the Oakfield catcher caught her with a big lead. Wallin’s single in the fifth and final inning was one of only two hits for Seneca in the game. Senior first baseman Nicky Trautsch also singled earlier in the game. (Photos by Charley Preusser)

The girls make a play at second base against Independence-Gilmanton.

Coach Sara Wall directs runner Aubrey Wallin how to navigate from third base to home.

Seneca's season is over and the team heads for the bus after losing to Oakfield in the semifinal game played on Monday, June 28 at UW-Green Bay.

A difficult matchup against top-seeded Oakfield in Wisconsin state semifinal softball action ended the Seneca Indians’ softball season, 10-0, just one game shy of the championship. However, the loss didn’t take away the Ridge and Valley Conference champions successful season as a whole. 

Thu
08
Jul

Barbara A. Lane

Barbara A. Lane, 76, of Mount Hope, passed away on Monday, July 5, 2021, at her home. 

Thu
08
Jul

Linda Dohse Casperson

Linda K. Dohse Caspersen, 68, of Garnavillo, Iowa, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, June 25, 2021. 

Tue
06
Jul

Thomas Michael Zeeh

Thomas Michael Zeeh, of Prairie du Chien, passed away of a pulmonary embolism at the age of 31, on Saturday, July 3, 2021. 

Tue
06
Jul

Bernadine E. Wachter

Bernadine E. Wachter, 94, of Woodman, passed away on Friday, July 2, 2021, at Divine Rehabilitation and Nursing in Fennimore. 

Tue
06
Jul

Jimmy 'Cowboy Jim' Reneau

Jimmy Wayne “Cowboy Jim” Reneau, 69, of McGregor, died peacefully in his home in McGregor, Iowa, on the morning of Sunday, June 27. 

Tue
06
Jul

John 'Jiggs' Finn

  John L. “Jiggs” Finn, 70, of Patch Grove, passed away on Thursday, July 1, 2021, at Waunakee Manor, Waunakee.

Wed
30
Jun

Crossing Rivers Health names new Chief Executive Officer

The Board of Directors of Crossing Rivers Health has selected Christopher Brophy to serve as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer, effective Thursday, July 1. 

Wed
30
Jun

Cheer day camps in PdC the start to cheerleading, stunt programs locally


A new cheerleading offering is starting in Prairie du Chien, with day camps July 11, 24, Aug. 1 and 8. Youth ages 6-18 from any community are invited.

By Correne Martin

 

Wed
30
Jun

Pandemic relief funds to re-open Villa Louis, state sites

On June 24, the Evers Administration reversed course and announced the release of $1 million to reopen all Wisconsin Historical Society sites, after the State Assembly passed legislation directing the Governor to do so.

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