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  • Fifth grade cagers finish third at state
    The fifth grade boys from Spring Grove (Section 2 champions) took third place among eight section champions at the Pacesetter State Tournament on Sunday, June 11, at Maple Grove. The Lions clobbered Bemidji 34-6 in the quarterfinal opener before falling in the semi-finals to eventual state champ Moose Lake/Willow River 33-17.

  • Wyffels, Richardson receive All-Conference acclaim
    There’s no question it was a rebuilding year for the Mabel-Canton baseball team. However, that doesn’t mean Cougar fans didn’t see some good baseball during the season. One Mabel-Canton veteran was named to the All-SEC baseball team while conference coaches selected another Cougar as a member of the Honorable Mention team.

  • Fillmore Central girls take second in state golf
    Delton Sauer finishes in upper third of the field
  • Hardscrabble building has interesting history
    Old-timers may have heard people tell of Dad Merrick’s Palace in Spring Valley where horse shoeing was a fine business. At one time the American Legion building stood on this corner — now it is Hardscrabble Hides & Furs.

  • Tips make for better Rocky Mountain park visitor experience
    If you’re thinking of heading to a couple of our famous national parks in the Rockies, I’ve got some tips and interesting facts for you, thanks to the National Park Service (NPS) and the Department of the Interior (DOI).
  • Early settlers in area had many hardships
    The Spring Valley Historical Society maintains a file of biographies that were printed in the centennial newspaper in 1955.  We continue with the letter “C” with the Comstock family.   
  • Summertime, and it’s time to “Build a Better World” at the Spring Valley Public Library (SVPL), according to Spring Valley Public Library director Jenny Simon, who updated the board on the children’s summer reading program and how busy the library has been since it began with the first days of June.

  • A couple of months ago, the Lanesboro School Board members began discussing what to do with property at the Bass Pond, which had been determined to belong to the school. At the School Board meeting on Thursday, June 15, the board decided to transfer the title over to the city.

  • Lanesboro American Legion holds sacred ceremony to retire flags
    The end of life for a flag of the United States of America is serious business. The Lanesboro American Legion Post 40 demonstrated the gravity of such an event at its flag-burning ceremony last Tuesday evening, June 13, at the Lanesboro softball field.

Dairy Month

June is Dairy Month. What is your favorite dairy product?


 

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