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  • Deputies now carrying comfort quilts
    Always in search of a way to give back, friends Julie Jackson and Mary Coleman have once again brought their sewing talents and joy to the community. This time with comfort quilts, which they donated to the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Department.
  • Student ministry director hopes youth ‘have a blast’ serving God
    A new spiritual sparkplug is energizing ninth through twelfth grade students at Christ Lutheran Church in Preston and Greenfield Lutheran Church in Harmony.
  • Rushford founded upon the ideals of abolitionists?
    With March 11 being National Genealogy Day, and February being Black History Month, Laura Deering, a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church (EEC) in Rushford, shared her findings of the “roots” of Rushford on Feb. 26, during a community presentation.
  • ‘Old-timer’ looks back at yesterday — 1987
    Thirty years ago — 1987 — seems almost like yesterday to us old-timers.  In January the Spring Valley Recreation Center opened in the former Wolves Den, formerly Duffy’s, owned by Phil Erickson and Laura Groth.  The DNR worked on making Mystery Cave part of Forestville State Park; much discussion ensued and we enjoy the merger today.  The 28th annual meeting of the Community Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home was coming up.
  • New pitch-count rule could affect local baseball teams
    The final event of the 2016-17 winter sports season is upon us, the State Boys Basketball Tournament, and already many of the boys and girls have exchanged their sneakers for spikes. It’s a little bit ironic that all of the sports I cover in the spring have spikes of some sort, in their shoes, golf, track, baseball and softball, and all of them are played outside. 
  • Birds celebrate as spring arrives, flowers needed
    Red-winged blackbirds sang, causing March to sound like a marsh.
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