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  • R-P Academic letter winners

    Tuesday, November 17, thirty-eight Rushford-Peterson students were recognized for their leadership in academics.  

  • Boys win season opener, 72-56 over Southland

    The Chatfield Gopher boys basketball team had four players in double-figures as they cruised to a 72-56 win over the Soutland Rebels to open the 2015-16 season Friday night at home.  

  • Knight boys lose season opener to St. Charles 88-57

    Senior Quinn Larson scored 23 points, including three three-pointers, in the season opening loss to the St. Charles Saints, 88-57 last Friday night in Spring Valley.  Also getting in the scorebook for Kingsland were Zach Bubany (1), Ian Meisner (8), Zach Buchholtz (3), Adam Buchholtz (2), Ben Gruszynski (4), JJ Fenske (3), Hunter Meisner (2) and Brennan O’Connor (6).  In addition to Larson’s three trey’s, Zach Buchholtz and O’Byrne each had one.

  • I’ve dedicated a lot of space in this column over the years talking about my favorite books, selections we’ve read at my book club and suggestions for books perfect for gifting. I love to read and while I always have a book close at hand or a novel loaded onto my Kindle, I also have a few favorite periodicals that I regularly check out. 

  • “The Fighting Sioux of North Dakota U” has a nicer ring to it than “The Fighting Hawks of North Dakota University,” in my books. Call me old fashioned, but I’ve felt that our society has gotten over sensitive when dealing with team nicknames that refer to Native Americans.

  • There’s nothing better than getting buzzed in the evening. It’s something I look forward to every day, if possible.

  • December is just around the corner and Christmas nearly here. With the holiday season well underway, the time for outdoor decorations and cheer is here for all communities. 

  • Expanded Christmas on display at area farm

    Christmas outgrew the home of Cathy Aske, so now her winter wonderland is in the pole shed, which will be open to the public as a fundraiser for the Fillmore County Relay for Life during the Chatty Walkers’ “Christmas on the Farm” event slated for Saturday, Nov. 28.

  • Annual Spring Valley Historical Society  Christmas tea at director’s home this year

    Spring Valley Historical Society director Julie Mlinar is inviting ladies and gentlemen to enjoy a festive Christmas repast and conversation with friends and neighbors during the Spring Valley Historical Society’s Christmas teas.

Black Friday

Did you brave the weather to go Black Friday shopping?


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