The Waverly Newspapers team would like to congratulate those who won during the April 2022 round of bingo. These winners include: Shirley Kuker of Readlyn won $25, Maxine Barber of Waverly won $25, Chris Milligan of Denver won $25, Brenda Geuther of Waverly won $25, Jean Siefken of Janesvill…

Come celebrate Ed and Rosie’s 60th Wedding Anniversary! They were married on May 27, 1962 at St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Waverly. Ed is retired from Cuna Mutual and Rosie worked part-time for many years for Stumme Law Office. The couple has two children, Brian (Beverly) Bahlmann, Plainfield…

Three men were sentenced today for selling vehicles on the internet after re placing the vehicles’ odometers in order to sell the vehicles at a higher price. In an attempt to avoid detection, the vehicles would be registered in several different names and then ultimately sold to the unsuspec…

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The W-SR boys tennis team was eliminated in the substate final by No. 3-ranked Dubuque Wahlert Wednesday morning, 5-0, in Waverly. In the afternoon, Wahlert then eliminated district champion Decorah, 5-3, in the first round of state tournament play, also in Waverly.

Three men were sentenced today for selling vehicles on the internet after re placing the vehicles’ odometers in order to sell the vehicles at a higher price. In an attempt to avoid detection, the vehicles would be registered in several different names and then ultimately sold to the unsuspec…

On May 14, the Waverly Historic Preservation Commission presented the Waverly Historic Preservation Award to Rod and Bonnie Drenkow for their amazing working on their historic home at 203 6th Street NW her in Waverly. To be eligible for a Waverly Historic Preservation Award, a property must …

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Editor’s note: Waverly Newspapers columnist J.D. Francis will be featuring retired teachers as a sign of appreciation for their selfless work in education. Below is the introductory piece in this new series.

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