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Spirit bus
Harmony Transit owner Mark Scheevel stands next to a school bus filled with inspirational messages for Fillmore Central’s volleyball team. The bus was parked at the intersection of Highway 52 and Fourth Street Northeast on Thursday before the team left for its game at the Mayo Civic Center. The Falcons played Mabel-Canton on Thursday evening in the sub-section finals where they won and advanced to the section finals against Faribault’s Bethlehem Academy on Saturday. The Falcons finished their season as the section runners-up, losing to Faribault BA in three sets. Look inside for photos and news coverage from the play-off games. MELISSA VANDER PLAS/NEWS-RECORD
World War II Veteran George Kruse, center, is covered by a Quilt of Valor presented to him on Monday, Nov. 10. His children, Geoff Kruse, at left, and Lynee Casper were by his side. The Quilt of Valor is given to veterans who have been affected by war. DAVID STOEGER/NEWS-RECORD
World War II Veteran George Kruse, center, is covered by a Quilt of Valor presented to him on Monday, Nov. 10. His children, Geoff Kruse, at left, and Lynee Casper were by his side. The Quilt of Valor is given to veterans who have been affected by war. DAVID STOEGER/NEWS-RECORD
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 1:05 PM

“I think this article should be to honor those who gave their life — more than anything about me,” said Green Lea resident George Kruse as he commented on the Quilt of Valor he had just received.

MNsure opening

Officials are saying the opening weekend of Mnsure went smoothly. Have your experiences been positive or negative?


 

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