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  • Author of book set in Harmony visits local library Saturday

    As the weather warms and people are out and about enjoying it, sometimes a tremendous pleasure is found in picking up a book, lying out in the sun and reading. It's even better when it can be done for the benefit of the community.

     
  • Learning about the people who first lived in Minnesota

    How did Minnesota receive its name? Was it from the settlers or did it come from the people that originally inhabited this land?

     
  • Spring Valley will have new  Casey’s by summer’s end

    As spring weather brings in warmer weather, the season of construction begins.  Notably, in Spring Valley is the new activity just off of Highway 63 between the former Alco building and America’s Best Value Inn and Suites, which will be the home of a new Casey’s General Store by summer’s end.

     
  • Two strong innings carry Trojans to victory Monday

    R-P Trojans blew out the Houston Hurricanes in Monday night’s baseball game. The Trojans ended the game with 17 runs, to Houston’s six.



     
  • C/SG shines in shutout at Pine Island
    Following a postponement due to the weather and field conditions, the Caledonia/Spring Grove baseball team traveled to Pine Island on Saturday, April 11, defeating the Panthers in a non-conference game, 10-0. 
  • The Lanesboro Golf Course was the site of the first meet of the season for the Lanesboro High School boys and girls varsity teams.

     
  • The controversy surrounding the “religious freedom” laws some states have tried to enact and the fatal incidents involving white police shooting black suspects have led to national dialogue on institutional discrimination or prejudice. Activists are inspecting laws and internal policies to make sure people are treated equally.

     
  • Just as spring has presented good and not-so-good sides to us – I see that as the sunny, warm days contrasted with much colder, windy and snow threatening/hail producing days – I’ve been having ups and downs in “Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Land” this spring.

     
  • Indiana was in the national spotlight last week after the Legislature passed a “religious freedom” law that was signed by Gov. Mike Pence. Although the original intent may have held true to its name, many thought it was a smokescreen to allow businesses to discriminate against people by citing religious beliefs if they get sued.

     
  • Three agencies have joined forces to sponsor a housing forum to be held at Tri-County Electric in Rushford on Friday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to noon. 



     
  • “We have a love for the outdoors, and we both enjoy taking people into the Boundary Waters,” said Preston resident and Christian Adventures leader Goutcher. He and his longtime Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA) assistant guide, Kirk Affeldt, will bring their presentation, “North by Canoe” to the 90th annual Chatfield United Methodist Church (CUMC) Father-Son Banquet, slated for Wednesday, April 22.

     
  • “We’re having a meet and greet at JAC’s and a sendoff for Hanna Elshoff, who’s riding her bike across the country and will be leaving May 1. It’s also an appreciation event for the community for their support. We’re providing the hors d’ oeuvres, but you provide your own happy,” said Chatfield Lions Club member Cheryl Jankiewicz. She’s inviting “kids of all ages” to join the club at JAC’s Bar & Grill Thursday, April 16, to learn more about the club and what it does in the community and for the citizens of the world. 

     
Prom

In the United States the average family will spend $919 on prom - down six percent from last year. Do you think this is too much, too little or just right?


 

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