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Wednesday, October 26, 2016 11:02 AM
Voters in the Kingsland school district will be choosing three new School Board members on Nov. 8.
  • Kingsland voters to narrow field of five candidates to three
    Voters in the Kingsland school district will be choosing three new School Board members on Nov. 8.
  • A Meet the Candidates Forum, sponsored by the Hanson-Raabe Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4114 and the Spring Valley Tribune, will take place Wednesday, Oct. 26.
  • Kingsland officials outline referendum choices
    The Spring Valley Kiwanis Club welcomed two members of the Kingsland School Board, Kristin Beck and Deb Larson, and Kingsland Superintendent John McDonald as the featured speakers of the club’s Oct. 12 luncheon meeting.
  • Kingsland graduate named national FFA officer
    Valerie Earley, a 2014 graduate of Kingsland High School, was elected to serve as the central region vice president for the National FFA Organization Saturday during the FFA national convention.  
  • Wykoff’s City Council convened for its October meeting one day later than usual, gathering on Tuesday, Oct. 11 to review city business and hear details about the upcoming school referendum.  
  • Our Savior’s Lutheran has new ministry team
    Our Savior’s Lutheran Church (OSL) in Spring Valley has welcomed the Rev. Mark Van House to the pulpit, joining its visitation pastor, the Rev. Betsy Dartt, in the church’s mission to connect the congregation with the community.  
  • Miller, Pieper face off for Senate seat in District 28
    Jon Pieper from Lanesboro is challenging State Sen. Jeremy Miller, R-Winona, for the District 28 Senate seat.
  • St. Johns Food Shelf is chillin’ after getting some cold cash.
  • Health care, taxes among top priorities of District 28B candidates
    Two candidates are seeking to represent District 28B in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
  • Many options for Halloween fun in Spring Valley
    Spring Valley youth will have many opportunities for fun on Halloween night this year with activities at two locations — the Spring Valley Community Center and Valley Christian Center.
  • “It was very educational. We discussed management styles, best practices, personnel issues. I had a chance to sit down and discuss what county sheriffs from various parts of the U.S. face and the issues they are required to handle. It was a fantastic opportunity for me and I am very glad that I got to be part of it.”
  • A Rochester police officer shot and killed Kristofer Youngquist of rural Lanesboro on Sunday, Oct. 23. The shooting occurred while assisting Fillmore County officers to apprehend Youngquist who was suspected of domestic assault, according to Fillmore County Sheriff Tom Kaase.
  • Former Pilot Mound student donates photo collection to county history center
    They have shiny, freshly-scrubbed faces, their hair tamed neatly into braids or slicked over to one side. They beam at the camera as their teacher folds her hands and stands alongside one of the iron and wooden desks. Presidents Washington and Lincoln keep stern but inspiring watch over the little schoolhouse, reminding the students that whatever they do, always be honest, loyal and kind. 
  • Horses aid young victims of sex trafficking
    “My work is to train and educate horses and people, to help them work together peacefully. I train horses for a living, and I train people how to get along with horses, but more specifically, I train them for a place in Benson, Minnesota, called Heartland Girls Ranch, where they work with trafficked girls,” stated rural Spring Valley resident Elizabeth Graves, addressing the Spring Valley Kiwanis Club last month.
  • Southern Minnesota Education Consortium (SMEC) director Dan Armagost gave the Kingsland School Board an update on the services of the co-operative during the board’s regular meeting Monday, Oct. 17.
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