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  • Crawford, Koop, Skalet lead Trojans to No. 1 seed
    Thanks to the offense spearheaded by Brianna Koop, Mikayla Crawford and Savannah Skalet, the Rushford-Peterson girls basketball team ended its season on Friday, Feb. 17, garnering the No. 1 seed in the Sub-Section 1A East tournament. 
  • Girls end regular season with a win, draw Houston in tourney
    The Lady Knights finished their regular season with a win over Wabasha-Kellogg 57-41 Friday at home. With the win, the gals were 16-10 on the season, 10-8 in the Three Rivers Conference. 
  • Mabel-Canton girls claim outright title, No. 2 subsection seed
    The Mabel-Canton girls basketball team clinched its first outright SEC East Division title in 13 years by winning at Schaeffer Academy last Tuesday, Feb. 14, by a 57-52 score. The Cougars then finished their regular season schedule on Friday with a win on their home floor against Houston, 45-40 in overtime. 
  • Who says edible food needs to be pretty?
    Where I come from, food is a big deal. To my siblings and I, food and the regular partaking of it is very important. We’re more concerned with the volume of our food and how hard it is to make than we are with how it looks. We’ll eat pretty much anything around here, regardless of how attractive it looks close up.
  • High school tournament season getting underway
    I’m not sure it gets any better than this. I have 104.3 (oldies station) on the radio, Mike and Mike (Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, ESPN) on the television out in the living room, a cup of coffee on my desk, as I’m writing my weekly Reader article. I’m experiencing heaven right here on earth.
  • Bald eagles spend more time stealing fish than catching them
    I watched bald eagles in Alaska feed upon spawned-out salmon.
  • Rushford removing EAB infested trees
    Rushford residents may have noticed trees along the city’s right-of-way that appear to have a blue streak on them. Unfortunately, those trees are set to be removed because of the emerald ash borer (EAB) making an appearance in southeast Minnesota.
  • Bluegrass music show coming to JEM Theatre later this month
    A bluegrass music show is coming to the JEM Theatre in Harmony on Sunday, Feb. 26. Chuck Lahr & The Purdy River Band will be performing a two-hour concert starting at 2 p.m. The band performs primarily original music, written by Lahr, in the traditional and contemporary style of bluegrass, along with classic standards, instrumentals and gospel.
  • Fillmore County employees recognized for years of service, safety measures
    Fillmore County’s commissioners expressed their appreciation to the dedicated staff that serves the residents of the county by presenting them with certificates for their respective years of tenure during the Tuesday, Feb. 14, county board meeting. 
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