The morning of Friday, Jan. 9, may have started like any other day for Cherry Grove resident Brittany Erding, but it certainly didn't end that way.
Yennie Martial Arts (YMA) is bringing something new to the Wykoff/Spring Valley area as it prepares to host a tournament at the Kingsland Intermediate School in Wykoff on Saturday, May 30, from 1 to 4 p.m.
The Spring Valley Library Board reviewed a draft of updated bylaws during its May meeting held last Thursday, May 21. Board member Bruce Hartert had been charged with the task of gathering existing bylaws and those from other libraries to compose a new set that the board may ratify during the June meeting.
CCP engineering firm representative Randy Lutz addressed the Kingsland School Board during the May meeting about what his company can do to assist the district in studying its facilities to prepare for potential facility improvements.
Josie Hinze has already graduated from college, yet she’ll have to wait another week to get her high school diploma.
Rita Bezdicek has over 30 years of home economics education experience, but Erik Paulsen had a thing or two to teach her.
The winner of this year’s Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce Ag Days button design contest features a whimsical drawing with lively barnyard animals and optimistic blue skies.
Residents in Fillmore County are invited to a public meeting on Wednesday, June 3, regarding the discovery of emerald ash borer (EAB) in the county. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at Montini Hall in Rushford. The hall is connected to St. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 105 North Mill Street.
Reviewing quotes and bids for equipment dominated discussion during the Tuesday, May 12, Fillmore County commissioners’ meeting.
Kevin Graves, of WHKS, came before the Wykoff City Council Wednesday, May 13, to present a change order in the amount of $22,685, contingent on Rural Development’s approval for items necessary for the wastewater treatment plant project.
The first item of business at the Spring Valley City Council regular meeting May 11 was to unanimously accept a proposal from Gold Cross Ambulance to fill the vacant ambulance director position for the Spring Valley Ambulance Service.
Thanks to a grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services totaling over $171,000, Fillmore County is able to provide 80 automatic external defibrillators (AED) to be placed throughout the county, as well as provide CPR/AED training, free of charge.
Jimmie Dean, PeopleService, Inc., reported operations are running well with water and sewer during the May 5 Ostrander City Council regular monthly meeting, which had all council members present.
Spring Valley economic development director Cathy Enerson kicked off the EDA’s May meeting with an update for the Spring Valley Mutual Insurance building.
Gold Cross Ambulance Service representative Thomas Fennell addressed the Spring Valley City Council during a special meeting, held on Monday, May 11, to discuss a proposal for an ambulance service team captain and ambulance management support services.