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The 2017 Rushford Peterson Valley Royalty from left: Little Miss Alexa Smith, First Attendant Morgan Kingsley, Queen Grace Thompson, Second Attendant Elizabeth Stiever, and Third Attendant Sophia Tekautz. The “frosted” themed pageant was held Monday night at the Rushford-Peterson gymnasium.
TCR/Matthew Rodenburg The 2017 Rushford Peterson Valley Royalty from left: Little Miss Alexa Smith, First Attendant Morgan Kingsley, Queen Grace Thompson, Second Attendant Elizabeth Stiever, and Third Attendant Sophia Tekautz. The “frosted” themed pageant was held Monday night at the Rushford-Peterson gymnasium.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 12:45 PM
Grace Thompson is the 2017 Rushford Peterson Valley Queen.

  • The final curtain call for R-P theater

    As the cast of the recent Rushford Area Society for the Arts (RASA) musical Annie took their bows, Chris Hallum, the RASA veteran who portrayed Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks, did something out of the ordinary.

    “No one leave quite yet,” he instructed the audience. “Let’s give one more big hand for this theater.” Hallum reminded the audience of the years of RASA performances, All-School plays, community education dance programs, and music concerts held in the facility through the years.

     Audience members joined in a standing ovation to honor the theater that has housed performances for nearly 40 years.

  • Rushford Days Photo Contest winners
    A listing of photo contest winners at Rushford Days
  • Joel Amdahl of Mabel is giving cancer a one-two punch with a tractor. 

    A member of Team C.H.R.I.S. from Mabel, Amdahl, who donated a pink tractor last year for the Fillmore County Relay for Life held in Chatfield, has done it again for the annual event held in Rushford this year. The event, which has a theme of “Knock Out Cancer,” will run July 28 and 29.   

  • And the winner is…
    Grace Thompson is the 2017 Rushford Peterson Valley Queen.

  • Education on the move
    With just over a month until the estimated completion date, contractors for the new Rushford-Peterson School are hard at work. Last week, community volunteers and students began the huge task of moving materials from the old school site to the new building.

  • Mollie B and Squeezebox bring polka to Peterson
    The dictionary definition of “prodigy” is a person, especially a young one, endowed with exceptional qualities or abilities. Polka’s version of a child prodigy will perform in Peterson this Sunday as part of their Music in the Bandstand events.

  • Rushford Peterson Valley was visited by a different type of biker gang last week, when cyclists participating in the second annual Root River Bluff and Valley Bicycle Tour enjoyed stops in Rushford and Peterson.

  • Vintage players celebrate baseball’s roots
    Baseball is widely recognized as “America’s game,” but the sport that began in the 19th century didn’t look much like it does today.

  • The Rushford City Council reviewed bills, claims and reports during the July 10 council meeting, which had a very short agenda.

  • The Rushford Days Grande Parade order has been set. As of Monday, 57 floats have registered for the Parade. Some late-comers may be added to the lineup on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Meet Charlie, the Chief Comfort Officer at Hoff Funeral Homes
    The newest corporate officer at the Hoff Funeral Homes is, well...a little different. For starters, he prefers a simple red vest over the normal 3-piece suit. He goes by a single name. And he got the job even though he walks on all fours.

  • A wild animal show, a tractor pull and more bands in the beer barn are among the new activities at the Fillmore County Fair, which begins in Preston Monday, July 17.

  • Putting wheels on the road might cost Fillmore County residents $20 more at the vehicle registration counter, as the Fillmore County commissioners entertained the possibility of enacting a wheelage tax that would provide additional funding for local roads and bridges to be repaired or maintained.

  • A wild animal show, a tractor pull and more bands in the beer barn are among the new activities at the Fillmore County Fair, which begins in Preston Monday, July 17, with entry day.
  • Putting wheels on the road might cost Fillmore County residents $20 more at the vehicle registration counter
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