The hanging flower baskets and ground planters in downtown Prairie du Chien this summer were sponsored by Prairie du Chien Main Street, local donors and (pictured) volunteer green thumb Donna Teynor, who watered daily—sometimes even twice a day. (Submitted photo)

Alliant Energy is conducting a project to drill 25 feet under the Wisconsin River and install fiber optic cable which will run through Prairie du Chien and beyond. Work continues at the Bridgeport Landing, above. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)

The entrance to St. Feriole Island has been looking very bright and inviting in recent days. According to the Wisconsin DNR, Crawford County is expected to reach its peak in the second week of October. Prairie du Chien was at 95 percent on Oct. 12 and is expected to reach its peak the third week of October. This is a great time to enjoy hiking and birding in the parks. Views from the scenic overlooks as well as many of the trails along the bluffs of the Mississippi River are breathtaking. Area parks include LaRiviere Park, Wyalusing State Park, Pikes Peak State Park and Effigy Mounds National Monument. The area is starting to see some beautiful color. Leaf lookers might want to make it a point to stop by the Travel Wisconsin Welcome Center, conveniently located at 211 S. Main Street, Prairie du Chien, for local, regional and statewide information. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)

Bill Tangeman, fifth generation bank executive, has retired after 40 years of employment. His family legacy includes providing banking services to loyal customers for 120 years. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

Two trucks from Northeast Iowa Food Bank delivered food and grocery supplies to Guttenberg earlier this spring. St. John's Lutheran Church hosts the mobile food pantry on the third Monday of each month from 5 - 6:30 p.m. The event is currently drive-thru only with volunteers loading food directly into clients' vehicles. (Press photo by Shelia Tomkins)

This photo from earlier this fall shows construction of the lagoon at the Supreme Beef feedlot site outside Monona. (Photo courtesy of Larry Stone)

Elkader Vet Clinic owners Michelle Christianson and Ryan Royer recently purchased the Valley Veterinary Clinic in Elgin, a decision Valley’s former owner, Steven Carlson, said was mutual and has been beneficial for all involved.

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