Class advisors of the sophomore, junior and senior class rewarded the members of Fillmore Central's Scholar Club for their excellent work and academic achievements during a special program held on Friday, Nov. 20.
The agenda of the Mabel-Canton School Board meeting last Tuesday evening, Nov. 17, included numerous positive items and acknowledgments involving several individuals and groups.
With the arrival of Thanksgiving — and with Christmas fast approaching — it’s time to gather with family and friends, be thankful and share traditions.
As a part of the regular Lanesboro School Board meeting on Thursday, Nov. 19, Pam Ristau shared a summary of her audit report, noting a recent change in financial statements.
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.
The Harmony City Council opted to enter into an agreement with Hammell Equipment to trade in its city tractor every year for the same amount the city sets aside each year in the city budget for future purchase of a tractor. The decision was made during the council’s regular November city council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Lanesboro graduate Brandy Royet learned a great deal about different cultures as a flight attendant stationed in the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, realizing it was truly a melting pot of societies.
A lot of times it might not register just how susceptible people are to the dangers of distracted driving or how much it could cost. On Wednesday, Nov. 11, the students at Fillmore Central High School in Harmony had a chance to learn about distracted driving and its consequences without experiencing the accidents that might otherwise teach the hard lessons.
Don Farrow of Community Economic Development Associates (CEDA) and Steve Sarvi of the Fillmore County Economic Development Board gave an overview of the prior year’s activities during the Fillmore County commissioners’ meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Fillmore County’s commissioners once again focused their discussion on coordination of the Community Services – including Veterans’ Services, Public Health and Social Services – during the Tuesday, Nov. 10 meeting.
The State Veterans Cemetery in Preston opened for burials on Veterans Day, just last week. A few days prior to that momentous occasion, the role of supervisor for the cemetery was officially filled by Rob Gross of Spring Grove.
Wesley E. Anderson, 87, of Chatfield, died Nov. 7, 2015, at home on the farm, surrounded by family.
Veterans Day is a special day set aside to recognize the service and sacrifice soldiers and their families have paid to protect the nation.