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Tue
13
Jun

Evelyn Marovets

Evelyn Lorraine Marovets, 93, of McGregor, Iowa died Saturday, June 3, 2017, at Elkader Care Center, Elkader, Iowa. Evelyn was born July 24, 1923, to Alfred and Hilda (Torkelson) Kleppe in rural Ossian, Iowa. She attended country school.

Wed
07
Jun

Pet owners beware! If pets aren’t leashed, you can be fined

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

Cats and dogs need exercise as much as their human owners. But before you think about opening your front or back door and letting them roam free, know this: Both the City of Elkader and Clayton County have ordinances that prohibit allowing pets to run “at large.” In other words, if your pet sticks his or her paws outside your yard, it better be on a leash.  If it’s not, you could be fined. 

Wed
07
Jun

NEW MONITORS GIVEN TO ELKADER LIBRARY

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

 

Patrons who use computers at the Elkader Public Library are in for a pleasant surprise. 

Thanks to a very recent donation from FreedomBank, larger monitors are now available for the public to use during library hours. The bank delivered more than a dozen 19-inch monitors Monday, replacing a similar number of 17-inch monitors already in use at the library.

Tue
30
May

Carter House Museum - Prohibition is season’s theme


This old moonshiner, who bears a striking resemblance to Elkader resident Howard Mayer, poses in front of a still that will be part of the Carter House’s season-long tribute to Prohibition.

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

An antique still that was once buried in a Northeast Iowa farm field is the centerpiece of a kick-off celebration planned for Friday, June 2, at the Carter House Museum in Elkader.

Tue
30
May

NEW PROGRAM FOR BUDDING NATUALISTS

Kenny Solcum

Clayton County Conservation

 

When I get the question, “how does one become a naturalist,” I usually say “I’ll let you know when I find out.” But for a more serious answer, I can actually point to one singular moment. 

Tue
30
May

Cindy Thompson

Cindy Sue Thompson 60, of Elkader, lA passed away on Tuesday May 16, 2017 at St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA, following a short illness.

Cindy was born December 1, 1956. She graduated from Castle Park in Chula Vista, CA in 1975. She moved to Iowa in 1977 and had three children, Heather, Brandon, and Taneasha.

Cindy will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She is enjoyed spending time with friends and family, and especially her granddaughter, Alexis lngies.

Tue
30
May

Malcolm Whittle

Malcolm Lawrence Whittle, 87, of Elkader, died Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at Central Community Hospital in Elkader. He was born September 1, 1929, on the family farm in rural Communia to Clement and Elsie (Kopp) Whittle. Malcolm graduated from Elkader High School.

He was united in marriage with JoAnn Rita Shea on November 8, 1952, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Elkader. The couple was blessed with five children. Malcolm was a logger – he worked at Grau Logs and Lumber in Elkader for over 30 years and drove a log truck for many years.

Tue
23
May

Top Scholar - Barker credits work ethic for honor


One of several honors presented to Alyssa Barker, left, at Central’s annual honors’ event was the KWWL Best in Class Award. Alyssa, who is Central’s top graduate, is pictured with counselor Shelby Huster.

By Pam Reinig

Register Editor

The valedictorian for the Central Class of 2017 is Alyssa Barker. It has been a Register tradition to feature the top graduate or graduates. Here are the answers Alyssa gave to our questions. 

Tue
23
May

TRENKAMP SHARES YEAR-END REVIEW

By Nick Trenkamp

Central Superintendent

 

On May 9th I attended Central’s Awards Night, one of my favorite annual ceremonies. It is a great opportunity to recognize and reflect on all the hard work our students have put into their academics and extra curricular activities. This night also highlights the wonderful community support given to Central staff and students. It truly does “take a village to raise a child.”

Tue
23
May

Julie Ann Moody

Julie Ann (Rutledge) Moody changed her address to heaven May 11, 2017.  She was 25, 427 days old but who’s counting?

Julie Ann, the daughter of Agnes Helene (Amsden) and William Merlin Rutledge, was born Septmeber 29, 1947 the youngest of five children. Julie Ann was educated at Elkport School and attended High School at Elkader Central Community.  She loved Central so much that she started her 39 year career there just two weeks after graduation.  She was united in marriage to George W. Moody November 27, 1965. George passed away in April 1977.

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