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Edwin Krueger plaque ‘saved’ for display on Wall of Honor
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Kingsland Superintendent John McDonald stands in front of a projection of the late Edwin J. Krueger’s graduation photo during the Kingsland Wall of Honor recognition ceremony.
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Wykoff Area Historical Society President Shirl Boelter speaks about how she knew Ed Krueger when she was a teenager, but wishes she had paid better attention to his wisdom.
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Ed Krueger’s nephew, Tom Nash, tells about his uncle’s endeavors to better Wykoff as a community.
Wednesday, October 05, 2016 9:29 AM
It was a saving occasion, and Edwin J. Krueger would have been proud.
New substation nearly complete
Spring Valley on track to improve quality, reliability of electric service
Old Log Theatre actor comes to Lanesboro for special performance
“I asked my father to direct this presentation for me back in 1984 when I first decided to perform this at The Old Log Theatre. He was such a great director and coach,” said Tom Stolz. Evidently Tom Stolz’s father, Don Stolz, must have known what he was doing, as Tom Stolz has been performing “The Gospel According to St. Mark” to audiences around the world for the past 33 years.
Chatfield native experiences life-changing mission trip to Belize
A woman on a mission: Gretchen Forbes caught some Crosswinds with a Pelican down to Belize.
Chatfield man assisting in search for Amelia Earhart plane
“She was a risk-taker. She wasn’t the first woman pilot — that was Harriet Quimby — but she made altitude records, went cross-country with the fastest flight times, was the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo, and she wasn’t afraid…she once said, ‘I calculate the risk, and if I think it’s worth it, I don’t worry about it’,” said Chatfield resident Tom Vinson, speaking of how he admires the courage and tenacity of the late Amelia Earhart, the first woman pilot to attempt to circumnavigate the globe.
Race for freedom: local runner helps to fight human trafficking
“We exist to end human trafficking in our lifetime. That’s what we’re shooting for,” said “30 for Freedom” founder Brent Silkey.
Eagle Bluff to host Maple Syrup Fest on Saturday
This Saturday, March 18, area residents will be able to enjoy a “tasty” hands-on learning experience that has long been a late-winter tradition in southeast Minnesota. The Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center of Lanesboro will be hosting its annual Maple Syrup Fest from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
SV Council approves little libraries in city parks
City officials also review downtown building demolition
Photographer preserves Minnesota’s vanishing landmarks, stories
With a click of a button, slides of Minnesota landmarks flashed past on the screen – places that photographer and storyteller Doug Ohman counts himself privileged to have captured in pictures before they are forgotten or gone forever.
Kingsland team taking athletic robot to competition this weekend
Flinging a Wiffle ball isn’t complicated — unless the flinging is by a robot, which is constructed and programmed by a team of high school students.
Spring Grove family finds hobby in dog sledding
Two large Siberian huskies named Aspen and Sequoia run together over a snowy cornfield outside of Spring Grove pulling a small dog sled behind them.
Missoula Children’s Theatre returning to Kingsland
Get your kids hooked on “Peter and Wendy” and put them on the next stage.
Davids’ bill establishing veterans home in Fillmore County moving forward
State Rep. Greg Davids (R-Preston) said his legislation establishing a new veterans home in Fillmore County is making solid progress in the Minnesota House. His bill was recently heard and approved in the Minnesota House Veterans Affairs Division.
Henrytown, Union Prairie churches welcome new pastor
Building and maintaining relationships, for the Rev. Dean Safe, is the key to being a pastor for all people.
Chatfield youth organizing benefit walk in honor of friends
Kadin Hill’s going into battle with milk money.
Volunteers at music lending library are making a difference
The Chatfield Brass Band Music Lending Library is home to plenty of musical band-orchestra arrangements (BOAs) and one sorting saxophonist.
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