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Michael Sieve and daughter Hannah were among the Rushford area hunters who visited the CWD testing station last weekend.
TCR/Scott Bestul Michael Sieve and daughter Hannah were among the Rushford area hunters who visited the CWD testing station last weekend.
Thursday, November 09, 2017 10:13 AM
CWD testing was mandatory in many Zone 3 Deer Permit Areas (DPA) for whitetails harvested during the first two days of the 2017 firearms deer season. 
  • It’s only a shoebox, but members of Operation Christmas Child (OCC), hope it can change a child’s life. OCC seeks to put gifts into the hands of children in impoverished countries who may not otherwise receive a gift.
  • This Old House
    At the northwest corner of the intersection of Stevens Avenue and Elm Street stands one of the most beautiful historic landmarks in Rushford.
  • Takkefest tradition continues next week
    This year’s Takkefest will be held on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23). Doors will open at 11 a.m. and serving will start at noon. There is no cost for the meal.
  • The City of Rushford Village unanimously approved an agreement with the Community and Economic Development Associates (CEDA). The council hopes the agreement will result in improved economic development for the village. 
  • Peterson City Council took 10 minutes to discuss an ongoing issue for the last two years: past-due utility balances.
  • Residents of Rushford who reside on South Burr Oak Street and Hillcrest Drive spent over an hour at a public hearing held by the Rushford City Council in response to the construction project that took place in early summer of this year.
  • The board approved adding a couple new items to the city’s Economic Development Plan and examined ways to spur interest in redeveloping the old Rushford-Peterson school building site.
  • Write-in votes fill two vacant Rushford City Council seats
    For the first time in at least two decades, no one filed to run for the empty seats on the Rushford City Council. It took write-in votes to find two new people to fill the vacant spots.
  • Fillmore County’s commissioners heard an update this past Tuesday, Nov. 7, on the county’s proposed all-hazard mitigation plan.
  • While the holiday season is a time of celebration and joy for many, it can be a time of need for others. The Rushford-Peterson Community Chest, a non-profit organization that supports worthy charities and organizations in the area, has kick-started its fall fundraising campaign.
  • CWD testing a new reality for area deer hunters
    CWD testing was mandatory in many Zone 3 Deer Permit Areas (DPA) for whitetails harvested during the first two days of the 2017 firearms deer season. 
  • R-P presents The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
    The Rushford-Peterson theater program is gearing up for the debut of “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”. The first all-school play in the new R-P theater will debut Friday, Nov 10.
  • Tragedy has struck the nation once again, this time in the small Texas town of Sutherland Springs. On Sunday, Nov. 5, a lone gunman opened fire on the First Baptist Church, killing 26 worshippers and wounding 20 others. Area residents Danielle Rasmussen, along with her sister, Donata Kitchens, mother Debbie Kitchens, and grandmother Beatrice Fish, were only minutes away from being a part of this story.
  • Farmers Co-Op Elevator may soon join forces with Farmers Win Cooperative, an Iowa-based co-op. 
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