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  • Lanesboro Historical Museum awarded  $10,000 grant to catalogue collections

    The Minnesota Historical Society recently awarded the Lanesboro Historical Museum a $10,000 grant to catalogue the inventory of the museum's main floor. With an outdated database and limited accessibility for locating a particular piece of history, this grant will allow the local museum volunteers to improve its system of organization and record keeping.

     
  • Masonic Lodge matching funds donated to food shelf

    The Houston County Food Shelf has recently seen its inventory increased from area food drives from schools, churches, and community organizations. It also recently received a large monetary donation in the amount of $8,289.63 from the Houston County Festival of Trees event. This donation will do a lot for the food shelf, as the Caledonia Masonic Lodge will also match it.

     
  • Ostrander maintenance supervisor  resigns to take position in Spring Valley

    "He's been a dedicated employee and always there when needed," said Ostrander Mayor Pat Nesler.  "He'll be missed."

     
  • First home meet brings victory for gymnastics team
    Hosting their first meet of the season on Thursday, Dec. 11, the Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston gymnastics team (1-1) defeated.  
  • LHS girls go 3-0, take first place

    Three games in four nights kept the Lanesboro girls basketball team running last week. LHS built on their strengths, pushing the ball hard while defeating all three conference rivals.

     
  • Fillmore Central girls start season 4-0

    The Fillmore Central girls basketball team picked up a pair of wins last week, downing Rushford-Peterson, 45-39, in a Three Rivers Conference game, and outscoring LeRoy-Ostrander, 59-27, in a non-conference tilt.  With the two wins, the Lady Falcons are 2-0 in conference play, and 4-0, overall.

     
  • Confusion has reigned in Spring Valley since the local solid waste service recently changed its schedule. Some residents have had their garbage totes out the wrong days and their recycling totes out the wrong weeks for the every-other-week recycling service.

     
  • I have to admit, when I see Jolly Old Saint Nick, I am about as giddy as a 5-year-old. Hearing the jingle bells on his boots and hearing the “ho, ho, ho” of his greeting sends my heart racing.

     
  • Divining the mysteries of the economy seems to be about as reliable as reading tea leaves. Even among experts, there are different answers on how the economy in the United States is doing. Ask the average person, and the answer varies even more, depending on location and other circumstances.

     
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