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  • Lanesboro Arts program director reflects  on Salzburg Global Forum experiences
    “This was an incredible experience. I was able to meet young innovators from all over the world who shared their knowledge and experience in promoting and managing the arts in their communities. This was my first trip to Europe. Salzburg, Austria, is so beautiful. I felt very honored to have been selected to attend this forum.”
  • Our Savior’s Lutheran has new ministry team
    Our Savior’s Lutheran Church (OSL) in Spring Valley has welcomed the Rev. Mark Van House to the pulpit, joining its visitation pastor, the Rev. Betsy Dartt, in the church’s mission to connect the congregation with the community.  
  • Former Pilot Mound student donates photo collection to county history center
    They have shiny, freshly-scrubbed faces, their hair tamed neatly into braids or slicked over to one side. They beam at the camera as their teacher folds her hands and stands alongside one of the iron and wooden desks. Presidents Washington and Lincoln keep stern but inspiring watch over the little schoolhouse, reminding the students that whatever they do, always be honest, loyal and kind. 
  • On to Wabasha-Kellogg!
    Skalet reaches 2,000 milestone
  • Cross-country girls repeat as TRC champs; eight are All-TRC
    The Lanesboro/Fillmore Central girls kept their streak of team championships alive by taking the top spot out of 11 varsity teams at the Three Rivers Conference cross-country meet last Tuesday, Oct. 18. It was the second straight TRC team title for the girls, and all seven L/FC girls and one boy earned all-conference honors.
  • M-C crushes Warriors, heads into sections
    The Mabel-Canton Cougars closed out the regular season football schedule with a 49-12 win over West Lutheran last Wednesday, Oct. 19, in a game played at Brooklyn Center High School.
  • Victor Ramsey, 74, formerly of Preston
    Victor Curtis Ramsey, 74, of Rochester, formerly of Preston, died peacefully on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, at Mayo Clinic Hospital - Saint Marys Campus.
  • Robert Meyer, 86, formerly of Preston
    Robert D. Meyer died on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in his home at Madonna Summit of Byron, following a lengthy illness with congestive heart failure. He and his wife, Carol, became the first assisted living residents on Memorial Day weekend of this year.
  • Ruth H. Underwood, 85, resident of Spring Valley
    Ruth H. Underwood, 85, of Spring Valley, died Tuesday Oct. 18, 2016, at her home in Spring Valley. 

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