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Angie Bicknese and Brayonna Berry are the recipients of the 2017 Chatfield Historic Preservation Award. Bicknese, at left, holds the Chatfield Historic Preservation Award for their restoration of the Jonathan’s building in downtown Chatfield. Berry holds the pair’s jar of nails pulled from the floor during the restoration.
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/CHATFIELD NEWS Angie Bicknese and Brayonna Berry are the recipients of the 2017 Chatfield Historic Preservation Award. Bicknese, at left, holds the Chatfield Historic Preservation Award for their restoration of the Jonathan’s building in downtown Chatfield. Berry holds the pair’s jar of nails pulled from the floor during the restoration.
Thursday, July 13, 2017 1:35 PM
Angie Bicknese and Brayonna Berry nailed it.

  • 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.

  • Preston’s Sweet Stop has new owner
    When Brenda Lloyd started working for Jo Szuch at the Sweet Stop and Sandwich Shoppe in downtown Preston back in 2013, it was just a part-time gig for the summer. Little did she know that within four years that part-time job would grow to full-time occupation and then ownership of the quaint café at 110 St. Anthony Street.
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Business owners ‘nail’ historic preservation project in Chatfield
    Angie Bicknese and Brayonna Berry nailed it.

  • Active 4-Her high in the saddle for county fair
    Heather Apenhorst’s high in the saddle and on the bench.

  • Chief deputy recalls years of service as he bids farewell to county
    Tony Webber’s going hunting without his squad car.

  • Drive-in experience returning  to Spring Valley for July 8 event
    Greg Melartin is greasing lightning and shining up his fins for a nostalgic experience Saturday, July 8, that will feature a drive-in movie, car show and more old-fashioned entertainment.
  • LuLu’s Funhouse offers coffee, tea and much mroe
    LuLu’s Funhouse, featuring “coffee, tea and amusements,” has now opened in Lanesboro, between Granny’s Liquor and the new E2 Boutique. LuLu’s Funhouse offers a new place to sit, sip, and play.

  • Robert Bunke honored for airport work
    No one was more surprised than Rushford’s Robert Bunke when he learned the Rushford Airport will soon be known as “Robert W. Bunke Field.” But without Bunke, there would be no Rushford Municipal Airport.

  • Preston EMS honored by American Heart Association award
    The Preston EMS is operating in some rarified air. Last week it was announced the local emergency services department was just one of two EMS units throughout the state of Minnesota to receive the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Bronze Award. The Preston EMS and Gold Cross of Rochester received the award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks.

  • Clara House has new director
    “I’ve always considered Harmony as my hometown and have admired Clara House for being such a beautiful facility. I am very happy to be here and look forward to working with the staff and residents. This seems like a perfect fit for me at this time of my life,” said Jody Bergey, who was recently hired as the community director and registered nurse (RN) at Clara House of Harmony.

  • Eagle Bluff executive director to retire
    Joe Deden, executive director for Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center, has announced his plans to retire in May of 2018. Along with Deden’s notice, the Eagle Bluff Board of Directors is announcing the start of the national search to name a successor. A search committee has been established to begin the replacement process. A formal job posting will be sent out this fall with plans to have a new executive director named before May 2018, to allow for a smooth and successful transition.

  • ‘Professional volunteer’ will lead  Harmony’s Fourth of July parade
    While her husband, Don, spent his professional career in the medical field in Illinois, Iowa and Florida, Betty Dowe said she was a professional volunteer. If something needed to be done at the elementary, and later the high school, their children attended, Betty would take the bull by the horns and make things happen.

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