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Fri
09
May

Memories of mom

A diamond glistens in a small cross Mickey Wessel gave to her and husband, Norb’s, oldest daughter, Pam, when she got married in 1984.
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Fri
09
May

Actor to appear at Main Street Theatre for premiere

Main Street Theatre will have a premiere screening of Walking With the Enemy this Friday and actor Charles Hubbell will be on hand to greet moviegoers. ... Click here to read the rest of the story.....

 

 

Fri
09
May

Wind energy project sails ahead

The Black Oak and Getty wind farms are a go, according to Geronimo Director of Development, Justin Pickar.... Click here to read more.....

 

 

Fri
09
May

Kicking in for a cure

All touched by cancer, women come together to raise money for Relay For Life... Click here to read the rest of the story....

 

 

Fri
02
May

Don't let cancer steal home!


The Mainstreeter softball team is hoping to raise money for cancer research and awareness. They are selling pink bracelets leading up to their game on May 8 against Montevideo. The Streeters baseball team is also taking part. Above, seniors (from left) Ashlee Denny, Amanda Kulzer, Coach T.J. Schmiesing, Amanda Weir, Katelyn Durbin, and Emily Winters show off their pink bracelets before practice.

 

Aloise Schmiesing loved Christmas lights. So when she was dying with cancer, her son, T.J., made sure the lights stayed on.

“We wanted to keep them on for when she came home from the hospital,” he said. 

Schmiesing is the new head coach for the Sauk Centre girls softball squad. At about the same time, one of his players, Emily Winters, had a mother who was also dying of cancer. Sue Winters was just 54 years old and was given months to live after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

Fri
02
May

Where’s spring? Farmers are wondering

By many accounts, recent rainfalls have gone a bit overboard in replenishing needed moisture levels in farm country... Click here to find out the challenges for farmers ready to begin planting season.....

 

 

Fri
02
May

Is minimum wage hike good or bad for Sauk Centre?

How will the minimum wage hike recently passed in legislation in Minnesota affect Sauk Centre... Click here to read the opinions of those that will feel its effects.....

 

 

Fri
02
May

No Stealing Home

Softball squad works together to fight cancer... Click here to see what they are doing as a group.....

 

 

Fri
02
May

Hear the ‘20s roar!

 

More than 1,600 people showed up for the 16th Annual Ladies Night Out last Thursday night. Sponsored by the Sauk Centre Herald, Central Minnesota Credit Union, CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre and Grand Casino Mille Lacs, the theme this year was the roaring ‘20s, and many vendors and participants dressed the part during the night’s festivities, which included several great prizes.

 

Fri
02
May

Belinda Selfors resigns to take superintendent post in Hayfield

Longtime administrator spent 15 years in district... Click here to read the rest of the story.....

 

 

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