“I didn’t pay any attention to him,” recalled the former Connie Mosher, speaking about the boy in her sophomore study hall. That boy was simply too smart-alecky. She had friends right there to keep her busy, all sorts of school things to do, like sing in the chorus and manage the Aureum school newspaper.
Last week proved particularly rough for the Fillmore Central School District as a horrific tragedy sent the students, teachers and parents reeling on Thursday night, Jan. 28, as one of its students was killed in a car accident near Chatfield. In the midst of the grief, the Fillmore Central one-act cast and crew heroically rallied for their sectional performance on Saturday, Jan. 30, coming home with the first-place trophy.
For an industry that is supposed to be dying, there was certainly a lot of youthful energy at the Minnesota Newspaper Association annual convention last week.