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  • September is for gold

    October is pink for breast cancer awareness. The teal ribbons people saw around town in April stood for sexual abuse awareness. September stands for gold, symbolizing childhood cancer awareness, but many may not know it — yet.

     
  • Lanesboro’s High Court Pub sends out summons

    The name of a new business in Lanesboro gives an opportunity to add humor to many courtroom sayings. Plus, the remodeling of the building is nothing short of spectacular. So, take an oath to stop by soon. Court’s in session at the High Court Pub in Lanesboro.

     
  • Poster commemorates Chatfield’s 2013-14 championship wrestling team

    “I called Joe shortly after the football poster was revealed because my mom said I should ask about a wrestling one,” said 2015 Chatfield graduate Jared Goldsmith. His call paid off as Chatfield artist Joe Chase recently completed the 2013-2014 Chatfield High School championship wrestling team poster that will soon be used to raise funds for the school’s wrestling program, just like the football poster Chase had drawn of the Chatfield High School state championship football team was made to support the football program.   

     
  • SG netters look sharp in opener
      Spring Grove senior Jordan Anderson passed a volleyball milestone in the opening match of the 2015 season, surpassing 1,000 career assists. The hosting Lions won the match versus SEC opponent Randolph, 3-0 (25-23, 25-14, 25-22). 
  • Falcons shutout Trojans 33-0

    For the first time since the 2011 season, Fillmore Central defeated Rushford-Peterson in a football game.  That is also the last time that the Falcons have recorded a shutout against the Trojans.  Back four years ago, FC got a 34-0 regular season win over R-P, and a 30-0 playoff win over the Trojans.  This year’s score was 33-0.

     
  • Gophers rebound against D-E Eagles

    After an opening season loss to #4 ranked Stewartville (Class 4A), the Chatfield Gophers evened their overall record at 1-1 with a win over fellow Class AA team Dover-Eyota, 30-19.

     
  • With school right around the corner, I thought I’d take a look at one of my least favorite subjects in school...English. It’s hard to image that I would spend the majority of my adult working career immersed in a discipline that I so dreaded in school. Truth be told, I enjoy the creativity involved with composing stories and articles. It was the spelling and grammar that always seem to trip me up. Thank God for spell check!

     
  • My travels last weekend took me on a highway around a good portion of Mille Lacs Lake. I decided to take that route to our destination near Brainerd because I figured the traffic would be lighter, given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has banned walleye fishing on the lake due to a diminished fish population.

     
  • On the flight from Minnesota to California this past week, as usual after landing and the seat belt sign being turned off, everyone is standing in the aisle awaiting forward movement. It is easy to know when that starts because the people far ahead start swaying back and forth.

     
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