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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.
Carlson signs with University of Michigan
Last Thursday, April 20, Rushford-Peterson senior Noah Carlson set another record at R-P when he signed with the University of Michigan to compete
Longtime hygienist leaving dental chair
After seeing generations of patients cycle through her dental chair, Janell Kraut is retiring today, April 26, from 39 years of serving as a dental hygienist at Spring Valley Dental in Spring Valley.
Emerging Artist ready to share photographs during studio art tour
“It’s real cool to be recognized alongside of so many very creative people who have received this honor. I’ve only been doing this as a semi pro photographer for less than a year. So to be selected as this year’s emerging artist by the tour is quite an honor,” said Tyler Anderson.
The Oggun is more than a tractor
It’s called the Oggun (Oh-goon), and it’s a different take on the farm tractor than many folks in agriculture may be used to. Southeast Minnesota residents got their first look at the new tractor during a showcase event at Featherstone Farms of Rushford on Wednesday, April 5.
Granger-area man knew the meaning of giving
Don Wilken donates lottery winnings just weeks before his death
Crowd turns out to honor local icon
A standing room only crowd was on hand at the Spring Valley VFW on Saturday, April 8, to honor one of the city’s true icons, Dale Wondrasch.
Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA floriculture team headed to state
Local chapter sending several teams to state convention in April
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.
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.
Fillmore County Deputies now carrying comfort quilts
Always in search of a way to give back, friends Julie Jackson and Mary Coleman have once again brought their sewing talents and joy to the community. This time with comfort quilts, which they donated to the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Department.
Student ministry director hopes youth ‘have a blast’ serving God
A new spiritual sparkplug is energizing ninth through twelfth grade students at Christ Lutheran Church in Preston and Greenfield Lutheran Church in Harmony.
Rushford founded upon the ideals of abolitionists?
With March 11 being National Genealogy Day, and February being Black History Month, Laura Deering, a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church (EEC) in Rushford, shared her findings of the “roots” of Rushford on Feb. 26, during a community presentation.
Local man using DJ skills to benefit school, community
Jason Crouch hopes to do something a little more trivial…but just as important.
New substation nearly complete
Spring Valley on track to improve quality, reliability of electric service
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.
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