Bluff Country Reader


AL BATT/BLUFF COUNTRY READER The orchard oriole is North America’s smallest oriole.
06/17/2019 - 10:40am
The Midwest can be hard on spring sports. Rain, snow and cold lead to postponements. It'd be a cool night, so I dressed appropriately. A granddaughter played for the New Ulm Eagles who faced defending state softball champion Faribault and a pitcher...

Chatfield News

06/14/2019 - 10:42am
The Fountain City Council considered options for resolving an issue in regard to the culvert on Cedar Street, which is creating a headache for a property owner. The problem, which had been discussed at previous meetings, was once again addressed as...

News Leader


PHOTO COURTESY OF HARMONY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
06/14/2019 - 10:52am
Members of the Harmony community joined the owners of the new Falcon’s Nest on Friday, June 7, for a ribbon cutting and grand opening. The Falcon’s Nest is located at 51 Main Avenue North in downtown Harmony. Menu items include pizza, pizza by the...

Spring Grove Herald

06/11/2019 - 11:51am
One in 10 alcoholics or addicts die sober, but a home in Spring Grove offers an opportunity for women to have a “landing place” for recovery from alcoholism and addiction. Since 1988, Sunrise Care Facility, Inc. (501c3 nonprofit) has helped both men...

Spring Valley Tribune


GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Spring Valley's City Council and EDA held a joint work session last Wednesday evening as a means of coming to an agreement on how to proceed with economic development direction services. At the council table are, from left, Luan Ruesink, Chris Danielson, Mayor Tony Archer, John Dols, Mike Hadland and city administrator Deb Zimmer. In the chairs facing the council table are Chris Giesen of CEDA, left, and EDA member Jason Runck.
06/11/2019 - 11:09am
Spring Valley’s City Council and Economic Development Authority (EDA) held a joint work session last Wednesday evening at City Hall to attempt to iron out communication problems between the city councilors and the EDA’s membership. The City Council...

Tri-County Record


Rushford native Annie Scaife
06/14/2019 - 11:38am
And we thought iPhones were the favorite hobby of teenagers these days. On May 18, 2016, the Garden Center magazine published these statistics from the National Garden Survey: Out of six million new gardeners, five million were millennials. Those...

Sports


Triton Meldahl
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Luke O’Hare
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Triton Meldahl
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Luke O’Hare
06/14/2019 - 11:19am
Neither of them had been there before, but Triton Meldahl and Luke O’Hare made it look like they were old hands at the MSHSL State Track & Field Meet last Saturday. Meldahl cracked the top ten in the 110-meter high hurdles, and O’Hare did the...