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Edwin Krueger plaque ‘saved’ for display on Wall of Honor
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Kingsland Superintendent John McDonald stands in front of a projection of the late Edwin J. Krueger’s graduation photo during the Kingsland Wall of Honor recognition ceremony.
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Wykoff Area Historical Society President Shirl Boelter speaks about how she knew Ed Krueger when she was a teenager, but wishes she had paid better attention to his wisdom.
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Ed Krueger’s nephew, Tom Nash, tells about his uncle’s endeavors to better Wykoff as a community.
Wednesday, October 05, 2016 9:29 AM
It was a saving occasion, and Edwin J. Krueger would have been proud.
One-Act prepares for season with original piece ‘Metamodern Times’
Rushford-Peterson One-Act Play director Forrest Musselman is at it again. In 2014, he brought the One-Act team to state using the play he wrote entitled Antiplay. Now, he hopes to again strike gold with the self-written play Metamodern Times.
Civil War painting featuring Chatfield officer remains in governor’s suites
Artwork featuring a Civil War lieutenant colonel from Chatfield has remained on the walls of the gubernatorial suites as it has for a century.
High school student organizing spring benefit walk in honor of young friends
Kadin Hill’s going into battle with milk money.
R-P students host Operation Kindness
High school and elementary school students at Rushford-Peterson took part in Operation Kindness last month.
2016 in review: Veterans, school issues dominate
Although there were some big moments highlighted in 2016 editions of the Spring Valley Tribune, the year will be defined more by ongoing issues primarily centered on the school and veterans.
Local store changes focus to crafts, gifts
JoAnn Schmidt has a new yarn to share, and it’s a good one.
Preston entertainer hopes to continue holiday cheer with CD
Janine Sherry of Preston listened to her fans and gave them the gift they were requesting this Christmas.
Directors of Chatfield Center for the Arts looking to promote programming, facility as regional asset
Meet Jenni and Eric, new art team members.
Former Harmony gas station transformed into ‘Mike’s Toy Box’
“He who dies with the most toys, wins! ~ Author unknown
One year after devastating fire, B&B Olympic Bowl expected to reopen in January
“Looking back at it, it’s hard to imagine it’s just been a year since the fire. Right after the fire, with all of the insurance, financing, cleanup, planning, designing and the construction facing us, I really did wonder if we’d ever get to this point. But now that we are almost there, it really did pass by much quicker than I would have thought.”
Highland Prairie, Elstad Lutheran welcome pastor with 30 years of experience
Highland Prairie and Elstad Lutheran parishes have a new pastor. The Rev. Luther Mathsen is a Spring Grove native who will be taking over for interim pastor, the Rev. Marie AK Anderson.
New boutique in Chatfield is perfect stop on ‘girls day out’
What a girl wants, what a girl needs…right here in downtown Chatfield. Brayonna Berry and Angie Bicknese have formed a partnership and opened Bick and Berry Boutique in downtown Chatfield in November.
Mabel man hoping for the gift of life in the new year
Garret Berge is quite philosophical when it comes to his illness and the cards life has dealt him thus far.
Young actors perform with the pros during run of Commonweal’s ‘Christmas Carol’ production
Being on the stage, in front of several hundred people, acting alongside professional thespians for a one-night performance would be pretty heady stuff for just about any grade school student. But for Isabelle and Daniel Ekstrom, children of Keith and Julie Ekstrom of Lanesboro, and William and Vivienne Hoeltzle, children of Michelle Van Hee and Kevin Hoeltzle of rural Canton, acting and singing parts of the Commonweal Theatre’s five-week run of “A Christmas Carol” is that much more special.
New local vet inspired by grandmother to work with farm animals
The chances of a veterinarian crediting his or her grandmother with the reason for becoming an animal doctor probably aren’t real great. But that’s who got Dr. Weston Brown interested in farm animals and becoming a vet.
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