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Wykoff-area veterans honored at emotional memorial dedication
PAULA BARNESS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Members of the Spring Valley and Wykoff VFW and American Legion closed out the dedication with a gun salute honoring all veterans.
PAULA BARNESS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Norman Hecimovich spoke of duty and honor.
PAULA BARNESS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE The crowd honored veterans with a salute while “Taps” was played at the close of the Wykoff Veterans Memorial dedication held Saturday during Wykoff Fall Fest.
PAULA BARNESS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Galen Lichty shared memories of growing up in Wykoff before talking about the storied military career of his uncle, Wallace Lichty.
PAULA BARNESS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE After the Wykoff Veterans Memorial dedication the public was able to walk through the park and read the names of area veterans.
Wednesday, October 05, 2016 10:12 AM
Despite the misty morning, a large crowd gathered at the corner of Gold Street and East Front Street in Wykoff on Saturday to witness the dedication of the Wykoff Veterans Memorial.
Isaac Nerstad follows in his brother’s footsteps by winning local spelling bee
Fifth through eighth-grade students spelled their way through the dictionary in the annual Spring Grove Public School’s District Spelling Bee on Friday, Jan. 13.
Hearts strengthened through annual hoops project
Students taking part in heart-healthy activities and raising money for heart research has become a tradition at Kingsland.
Chatfield’s Chill Fest is proven remedy for cabin fever
“You give me fever…fever in the mornin’, fever all through the night…FEVER! when you kiss me, fever when you hold me tight…” ~ Peggy Lee
Student films chronicling change in Lanesboro to premiere at St. Mane Theatre
For four months in 2016, three Lanesboro area students worked diligently on Lanesboro Arts’ Youth Access Technology Project (YATP), a local history media project of impressive scope and quality. Supported by the Smithsonian Institute’s Stories from Main Street program, the important stories told in the student-created videos will be uploaded to the Smithsonian’s Stories from Main Street website, for the purpose of archiving stories of life in America’s small towns.
Residents enjoy music and audio books thanks to technology donations, grant
In the summer of 2014, Gundersen Tweeten Care Center of Spring Grove launched its Music & Memory program.
New patrolman happy to be in Spring Grove
“I started here on Oct. 10,” Tyler Spande said recently. As the newest member of the Spring Grove Police Department, Spande took on full-time patrolman duties right off the bat.
Veterans home committee eyes partnership with Preston
The Spring Valley State Veterans Home Committee met on Dec. 28 in preparation for the new year.
Conservation easement expands protected area near Lanesboro
Birds, trout, school kids, paddlers. That’s just the start of the list of those that benefit from the Root River watershed.
New art form being offered at area martial arts studio
Shawn Yennie practices precision in light.
Christmas wreaths placed to honor vets in Preston cemetery
“It’s been non-stop traffic through here since the placement,” Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery (Preston) director Rob Gross said last week.
Traveling Smithsonian exhibition ‘Water/Ways’ to open in Lanesboro
Water is a vital part of the history, identity and culture of Lanesboro. Lanesboro Arts, Commonweal Theatre, Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center, the Lanesboro Museum and Friends of the Root River, in cooperation with the Minnesota Humanities Center, will celebrate this connection as it hosts “Water/Ways,” a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street program. “Water/Ways” will be on view in the events hall at the Commonweal Theatre from Jan. 7 through Feb. 19.
Well-traveled carrier retires from post office
It’s the end of the road for Jim Halla after traveling nearly half a million miles in circles.
Horse allegedly shot by hunter trespassing on neighboring land
“It would be different if they had come forward, but they didn’t, so it had to be more intentional,” said Melissa Ketterhagen, speaking of her horse she recently found shot in the head in her pasture, apparently by hunters using the neighboring acreage illegally.
‘Best of Bluff Country’ features new, familiar choices by readers
As 2016 comes to a close, it’s time to recognize local businesses favored by our readers in the 12th annual Best of Bluff Country contest.
Sno Pac Foods part of a groundbreaking U of M study
A groundbreaking university study on the effect of farming practices on weed seed survival has tapped one Houston County business as a partner.
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