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Expert: Truman park’s power supply falls short

July 21, 2015 TRUMAN — Monday’s Truman City Council meeting provided the backdrop for a discussion about the status of electrical services available at Graf Park. more »»

Truman ready to hold festival

July 20, 2015 TRUMAN — Although a massive construction project that began earlier this month will still have some impact on Truman Days events, people can expect the same great attraction. more »»

Student aides offer their time

July 20, 2015 Four young women are serving as tutors, friends and positive role models by spending three weeks as teachers’ aides during the summer session at Fairmont Elementary School. more »»

Heritage site plans building

July 18, 2015 FAIRMONT — Heritage Acres is overflowing with agriculture-related memorabilia — literally — and the 40-year-old facility that showcases the area’s farming roots will undergo an expansion in the form... more »»

Couple celebrating 70 years of marriage

July 18, 2015 Seventy years is a long time, but that’s how long Fairmont residents Betty and Ignatius Maday have managed to keep their marriage going stron. more »»

Waste plant weighs facility repairs

July 18, 2015 TRUMAN — The refining building at the Prairieland waste-processing plant in Truman recently suffered some wind damage. more »»

4-H’ers to take on hunger locally

July 18, 2015 Rachael Mielke and Brianna Olson are two of four 4-H members chosen to attend the 2015 Citizenship Washington Focus Event, a conference designed to teach students leadership and citizen skills, as... more »»

‘Coffee Hours’ held every Tuesday

July 18, 2015 CEYLON — Our Savior’s Lutheran Church will hold its usual 5:30 p.m. service tonight. The dual parish at S. more »»

Local grads making return to theatre

July 17, 2015 Two Fairmont graduates with deep roots in Fairmont Civic Summer Theatre are returning to their hometown for a special concert in celebration of Summer Theatre’s 50th anniversary. more »»

Aerospace helps Nortech celebrate

July 17, 2015 BLUE EARTH — A 25-year anniversary is quite an achievement, especially if you are a growing company. more »»

Former local pastor busted in sting

July 17, 2015 NEW ULM — A New Ulm pastor has resigned from his ministry at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in New Ulm after being caught in a prostitution sting conducted in New Ulm last Friday. more »»

Welcome celebrating 125th

July 17, 2015 WELCOME — This is the BIG weekend. The 125th Welcome Summer Festival begins today. There will be citywide garage sales today and Saturday. Maps are available at Casey’s in Welcome. more »»

Briefly

July 17, 2015 Corrections o In Kathy Hendricksen’s Truman column in Thursday’s edition, the date of the Truman Days Vintage Tractor Drive was incorrect. It will be held Friday, July 2. more »»

VISTAs keep students reading

July 16, 2015 Fairmont Community Education and Recreation and the Minnesota Literacy Council have joined forces to sponsor a program targeting the “summer slide. more »»

Serenade’s ends two-year venture

July 16, 2015 FAIRMONT — Two years after purchasing the building on Albion Avenue, Nate and Sarah Brown have closed the doors at Serenade’s by the Lak. more »»

Truman Days will include tractor ride

July 16, 2015 TRUMAN — A gathering for Lea and Juha “Saarnio” Lebtosalo will be 7 p.m. tonight at Aardvarks in Truman. Lea was a foreign exchange student who graduated with the Truman High School class of l975. more »»

Briefly

July 16, 2015 Physician assistant joins Mayo FAIRMONT — Binta Tambedou, physician assistant, has joined the hospital medicine team in Fairmont. more »»

Opera House names new leader

July 15, 2015 FAIRMONT — Dr. Jonas Niessen is arriving from St. Peter on July 23 to become the executive director of the Opera House. He is replacing Kathy Peterson. more »»

At Fairmont Area: summer stays busy

July 15, 2015 FAIRMONT — Although the fall term of the 2015-16 school year is several weeks away, Fairmont students have been busy with summer programs, Superintendent Joe Brown told the Fairmont Area School Boar... more »»

W’bago to investigate sewer system overflow

July 15, 2015 WINNEBAGO — For several years, Winnebago has dealt with overflow along the sanitary sewer system during heavy rains, leading to a need for bypass pumping at certain times. more »»

 
 
 

 

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