State Bank of Lismore now First Western Bank & Trust
First Western Bank & Trust and State Bank of Lismore have reached an agreement for the purchase of State Bank of Lismore by First Western Bank & Trust, according to a First Western press release. The completion of the transaction took place Thursday and State Bank of Lismore has now...
WEEKEND GIRLS BASKETBALL: Wolverines, Falcons fall Friday
Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey couldn’t find an answer for Edgerton’s strong interior game Friday night, as the Wolverines fell 62-51 at Mt. Lake. The Dutchmen drove into the lane and attacked the bucket, forcing MLAC into foul trouble. That led to Edgerton going 20-of-34 from the line for the game.
Where Are They Now? PAS graduate enjoys watching the world grow smaller
Chad VanderPoel is the kind of person who you may not see for years, but you’ll one day hear from him from the other side of the world because he carries his memories and friendships with him. Born in Pipestone on May 9, 1988, to Glenn and Rosemary (Schulte) VanderPoel, he grew up on a farm about three miles south of Dar’s Pizza with his two younger brothers, Kyle and Jared, and his younger sister, Kara. Many of his fondest memories involve traveling into town to spend time with friends to connect with other community members, he said.
Boy dying of cancer gets a surprise visit
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — It’s been three weeks since a 12-year-old Brandon boy found out he was dying of cancer and invited us to follow along on his end-of-life journey. “And then immediately I was like ok, I think it’s time for me to rest and then...
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Parents alerted after gun reported at Brandon Valley Middle School
BRANDON, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - On Wednesday night, parents in Brandon received an email from Brandon Valley Middle School administrators informing them of a reported gun incident that happened Wednesday afternoon. According to the email from Dr. Amanda Nelson and Adam Rothenberger, during afternoon dismissal, students reported a gun...
Rushmore Thunder host Mitchell
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - The Rushmore Thunder boys and girls varsity teams hosted Mitchell at the Thunderdome this weekend. The girl’s varsity team split their games against the Marlins, falling 5-1 on Saturday and winning 2-1 on Sunday. However, the boy’s varsity team won both games, with an 8-1 on Saturday and a 12-0 win on Sunday.
Wall Street building to be demolished
The Jasper Flooring & Hot Tubs building at 120 Wall Street W. in Jasper is headed for demolition. Jasper City Council members during their Nov. 14 meeting approved a demolition permit allowing the Jasper Development Corporation (JDC) to demolish the structure. JDC President Bob Quissell said later that the JDC purchased the property from Brian Persing a few months ago after the roof over the east part of the building collapsed and plans to demolish the structure because it poses a safety hazard.
The Legend of Jesse James: Myth and Reality in the Wild West
The tale of Jesse James embodies the quintessential Wild West saga, complete with daring heists, relentless posses, and feats of equestrian acrobatics. At the heart of this legend lies the fabled leap across Devil's Gulch in South Dakota. After the botched Northfield bank robbery in 1876, the story goes that James spurred his horse to clear a 20-foot chasm, thereby escaping the law. While this narrative has become a cherished piece of Garretson's heritage and continues to draw visitors, the historical veracity of this event remains shrouded in doubt. Experts question the possibility of such a jump, suggesting it veers more towards folklore than fact.
Garretson Girls Triumph Over Baltic in Season Opener
Catch the thrilling season opener as Garretson girls dominate the court against Baltic. With a strong lead in the first half and a final score of 56-41, Garretson sets a high bar for the season. Tune in for the game highlights!
Today the gas price is close to $2.92 in Fulda as of 2023-12-04. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.242, a week ago the price is $3.250 , according to AAA.
Slayton Fire Department Auxiliary to Hold Coat Drive
The Slayton Fire Department Auxiliary, a newlyformed, non-profit group in the city of Slayton, is organizing a winter coat drive to help provide the gift of warmth to our community this winter. Donations of new and clean, gently used coats of all sizes will be accepted at 4 locations throughout...
Adrian, Michigan: A Haven for Bluegrass Music and American Cultural Heritage
The city of Adrian, Michigan, stands as a vibrant center for bluegrass music, a genre that has become a symbol of America's cultural heritage. With events like the Adrian Bluegrass Festival and clubs such as Cedar Creek and the Kentuckians of Michigan, Adrian's commitment to this genre is unmistakable. These venues and gatherings, including the West MI Bluegrass association and the Maumee Street Music jam, showcase the area's dedication to both preserving and celebrating the rich tradition of bluegrass music.
CHANDLER FIRE PRESS RELEASES
On 11/22/2023 at 1238pm Murray County Dispatch received multiple 911 calls about an explosion at the Chandler Feed Company in Chandler, MN. Numerous area Fire Departments were immediately paged to provide mutual aid. One person was injured in the explosion and was taken to an area hospital to be treated...
Three points for Luverne Cardinals after third-period win against Waseca Bluejays
The Luverne Cardinals defeated the visiting Waseca Bluejays 2-1. The game was all square after two periods but in the third Luverne managed to pull out a win. Luverne's Patrick Kroski scored the game-winning goal. The visiting team took the lead early in the first period, with a goal from...
The Haunting Echoes of Hatfield's Legacy: A Ghost Town's Tale
In the once-bustling town of Hatfield, the silence now speaks volumes. Major General Winfield Scott Hancock, a Civil War icon, and Dr. Titus Albright, a pioneering postmaster, once walked its lively streets. Their aspirations set the foundations for a thriving community, with institutions like Travis School and Hatfield Manor House at the helm. Yet, as time marched on, the vibrancy of life in Hatfield waned, leaving behind a ghost town whispered about in legend and folklore.
Groundwork begins for giant nutcracker in Luverne
Workers broke ground Monday morning on the site of a future 73-foot-tall nutcracker that will be “the world’s tallest nutcracker” on South Highway 75 in Luverne.
‘Good ol’ boy’ has big plans in Balaton
There isn’t much fancy about Tracy McCloud, unless you count his welcoming southern accent. But what does stand out about this hard-working Texan is his drive to make Balaton One Stop the best stop it can be. McCloud is the new general manager of the gas station/convenience store/restaurant and...
HPI Tour of Homes set for Dec. 2
Now that the holiday season has begun, Historic Pipestone Inc. will host its annual Tour of Homes fundraiser on Dec. 2 from 1-4 p.m. Those seeking to take in the holiday spirit and tour area homes that are participating are welcome to start at any of the homes and purchase a ticket there for $10.
Devil's Gulch: The Legendary Leap of Jesse James
In the heart of South Dakota's scenic landscape, Garretson harbors a site of intrigue and legend—Devil's Gulch. A mere whisper away from Corson, this park is not just a natural spectacle but also the stage for an epic tale of the Wild West. It's here that the notorious outlaw Jesse James is said to have made an audacious escape, leaping across an 18-foot chasm to elude a posse of determined lawmen. This legendary feat, following a failed bank heist in Northfield, Minnesota, has been etched into the annals of frontier lore.