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Red Wing Sch. Dist. 256 Minutes 112017

Independent School District #256 Red Wing, MN 55066 The Red Wing School Board held its regular meeting on November 20, 2017 in the Red Wing City Hall Chambers. Board members, Superintendent Karsten Anderson, staff and public were present. Chair Farrar called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. Moti

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Pierce County sheriff's blotter: Stolen lawn ornament; Chimney fire

A vehicle was reported stolen Dec. 9 from W7605 Highway 35 in Hager City. No known suspects were identified, but the vehicle was recovered later with minor damage. Thefts A caller from First Street in Plum City reported Dec. 5 that a lawn ornament was stolen from the property. The complainant didn'

PIERCE COUNTY HERALD - 2017-12-17 02:47:01

Prescott: Kindergartners bring nursery rhymes to life

On Nov. 21, St. Joseph Parish School students in Mrs. Ironside's kindergarten class memorized, dressed up and recited nursery rhymes for friends and families. Photos courtesy of St. Joseph Parish School

PIERCE COUNTY HERALD - 2017-12-17 15:00:01

A birth services 'desert' that includes Minnesota

Katy Kozhimannil tried to keep her head down and her team focused, but the same request kept hitting her desk day after day. Lawmakers around the country repeatedly asked her to examine the problem of shrinking access to hospital-based maternity care. Driven by that demand, the research director at

POST-BULLETIN - 2017-12-16 01:58:20

Cops 'N' Kids Poison Pin Game at EJHS

The Effingham County Sheriff's Department in cooperation with the Effingham City Police Department have an event planned later this month to interact with local school students. It's a Poison Pin game, a form of Dodgeball that has been enjoyed by EJHS students for years and is widely considered a fa

THEXRADIO.COM

Newton Beats St. A, Area Girls Roundup

NEWTON -- Newton High School played host to Effingham St. Anthony and handed the Bulldogs a 46-30 loss in girls basketball action Thursday evening. The Eagles edged out to a 9-7 opening quarter lead and led 22-11 at halftime. The eagles had a 17-13 third period. Abby Frohning, a 5-foot-9 senior, led

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March primaries to field many local candidates

Out of the six area state races next year, four will have primary challengers. Leading that fray is the 54th state senate seat, which has four Republicans vying for the position after incumbent Kyle McCarter (R-Lebanon) chose not to seek re-election in keeping with his belief in term limits. Next ar

EFFINGHAM DAILY NEWS

HS Boy's Basketball: B-H/R-A vs. Unity

HS Boy's Basketball: B-H/R-A vs. Unity Photographer: Robin Scholz Robin Scholz/The News-Gazette Bismark-Henning's Jared Dazey (12) guards Unity's Evan Miebach (10) in a prep game at Unity High School in Tolono on Friday, Dec. 15, 2017. HS Boy's Basketball: B-H/R-A vs. Unity Photographer: Robin Scho

NEWS-GAZETTE - 2017-12-16 02:06:00

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JOURNAL GAZETTE AND TIMES COURIER

Decision on potential Neoga school sale tabled

NEOGA (JG-TC) -- A decision on the potential sale of the former elementary school building has been postponed. As previously reported, the Neoga school board placed a motion to sell the building, located at 641 W Sixth St. near Jennings Park, on the agenda for its Thursday meeting. But the board cho

JOURNAL GAZETTE AND TIMES COURIER

Glancing Back: Dec. 16-18

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. 100 years ago, Dec. 16, 1917 Sunday. No paper. 50 years ago, 1967 MATTOON -- Joseph W. Schilling of Mattoon was the successful bidder Friday when offers to purchase the 40 acres of land immediately north of the site

JOURNAL GAZETTE AND TIMES COURIER - 2017-12-16 07:00:00

Music part of Salvation Army kettle campaign

MATTOON -- The Salvation Army of Coles and Cumberland Counties' annual Red Kettle fundraising campaign is heralded every Christmas season by the sound of ringing hand bells at local stores. The bell ringers have been joined this year by student singers and musicians as the Salvation Army incorporate

JOURNAL GAZETTE AND TIMES COURIER

Train Hits Van After Woman Drives Onto Tracks In Plainfield

PLAINFIELD, IL - It was a near miss for a woman who drove onto the Canadian National train tracks near 127th Street and Route 30 Saturday in Plainfield. Deputy Fire Chief Jon Stratton said the woman's van was hit by a train after she turned into the tracks and got stuck at around 5:30 p.m. He said t

PATCH - 2017-12-17 00:52:20

Lost Dog: Have You Seen Petunia?

JOLIET, IL - The owners of Petunia, a Labrador that went missing from the Cumberland subdivision, are hoping to find the lost dog as the temperature drops. She was last seen Dec. 4. "She's lost and it's getting cold," a resident said in an email to Patch, adding the pooch went missing from the Cumbe

PATCH - 2017-12-17 18:06:12

Joliet May Reject Large Liquor Store At 2155 W. Jefferson Street

Joliet's City Council is asked to reject the Joliet Market, which would go across the street from Marycrest's Shopping Center. JOLIET, IL - Plans to open a large volume liquor store at 2155 West Jefferson Street called Joliet Market have hit a snag at Joliet City Hall. At Tuesday night's Joliet Cit

PATCH - 2017-12-17 04:17:40

5 Hospitalized In Plainfield Crash

PLAINFIELD, IL - A three-vehicle crash sent five people to area hospitals Sunday afternoon. Plainfield Deputy Fire Chief Jon Stratton said the crash occurred around 1:37 p.m. at 119th Street and Route 30. Two additional people refused treatment at the scene of the crash. Stratton said details on the

PATCH - 2017-12-17 20:32:59

Our View: Has Stroll on State outgrown one-day event?

When we saw the attendance for this year's Stroll on State - 82,500 - our jaws dropped. How can that many people fit into downtown Rockford on one day? Last year, 75,000 people showed up for Santa, wagon rides, hot chocolate and much, much more. We thought that would probably be the maximum for a on

ROCKFORD REGISTER-STAR - 2017-12-16 23:20:44

Geneva D-304 sent emails to staff, parents about elevated lead levels

GENEVA - In emails sent to three elementary schools and its preschool, Geneva School District 304 officials notified parents and staff of elevated lead levels found in various drinking fountains and sinks. According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences website, www.niehs.nih.go

KANE COUNTY CHRONICLE - 2017-12-16 23:59:59

2 Bolingbrook Officers Honored With Pillars Of Valley View Awards

BOLINGBROOK, IL - Last week, a pair of Bolingbrook Police Officers who are assigned to Bolingbrook High School as school resource officers were given special honors. The Valley View School District honored Officer John Ivlow and Officer Antonio Tucker at its school board meeting. Ivlow and Tucker we

PATCH - 2017-12-17 04:42:45

Classical Blast! Live Holiday Concert at the Museum

Classical Blast! band plays "The Dark Side of the Yule" at the Joliet Area Historical Museum on Friday, Dec. 15th at 7pm in the Museum's Indoor Auditorium Theater. The Dark Side of the Yule: Christmas Meets Classic Rock! A full concert featuring great classic rock music mashed with traditional carol

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