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  • Strength and Hope Support group reaches for mental wellness

    Laughter filled the room Friday as the Stearns County Mental Health Outreach (SCMHO) support group gathered for their weekly meeting at the Palmer House. Richard, Fred, JoAnne, Mike, Brad, Greg and Gerry spoke freely as they always do, the camaraderie and ease with which they expressed themselves a product of meeting every Friday since 2013, but this Friday was special. It was a day of celebration, but also reflection as they said their farewells to Nancy Weldon, a student of theology from St. John’s University, who for the past four months has joined them to help raise awareness of mental health issues in Central Minnesota.

     
  • Meyer, Kerfeld, Anderson to lead Class of 2017

    Valedictorian, salutatorian tradition ends

    A tradition will end during Friday night’s graduation ceremony at Melrose Area High School.

     
     
  • Cherished memories

    Havard looks back on 31 years at Holy Family School

    With totem poles stacked outside her classroom and a friendly squirrel sitting in a tree made of construction paper on a wall inside her classroom, Connie Havard’s third grade classroom at Holy Family School is a comforting, fun and inspiring place to learn. 

    Longstanding and fun traditions like the totem poles and the squirrel have held strong over the past 31 years for Havard. But so has the constant development of curriculum, technology and of course, an ever-changing group of learners.  

     
     
  • A Standard Bearer
    Standard Iron has been a part of the Sauk Centre community for 44 years, so long that many consider it an institution. If that’s true, the same can be said about longtime employee Jim Weber.

     

     
    
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  • Strength and Hope Support group reaches for mental wellness
    Thursday, May 25, 2017 11:16 AM

    Laughter filled the room Friday as the Stearns County Mental Health Outreach (SCMHO) support group gathered for their weekly meeting at the Palmer House. Richard, Fred, JoAnne, Mike, Brad, Greg and Gerry spoke freely as they always do, the camaraderie and ease with which they expressed themselves a product of meeting every Friday since 2013, but this Friday was special. It was a day of celebration, but also reflection as they said their farewells to Nancy Weldon, a student of theology from St. John’s University, who for the past four months has joined them to help raise awareness of mental health issues in Central Minnesota.

     
  • Meyer, Kerfeld, Anderson to lead Class of 2017
    Thursday, May 25, 2017 11:15 AM

    Valedictorian, salutatorian tradition ends

    A tradition will end during Friday night’s graduation ceremony at Melrose Area High School.

     
     
  • Cherished memories
    Thursday, May 25, 2017 11:12 AM

    Havard looks back on 31 years at Holy Family School

    With totem poles stacked outside her classroom and a friendly squirrel sitting in a tree made of construction paper on a wall inside her classroom, Connie Havard’s third grade classroom at Holy Family School is a comforting, fun and inspiring place to learn. 

    Longstanding and fun traditions like the totem poles and the squirrel have held strong over the past 31 years for Havard. But so has the constant development of curriculum, technology and of course, an ever-changing group of learners.  

     
     
  • Athletes of the Year

    Jill Klaphake has been surrounded by sports her entire life. Her father, Jim Klaphake, has been the volleyball coach at Sauk Centre High School for 13 years. As a little girl, Klaphake would tag along with her dad to each volleyball practice so she could learn the tricks and basics of the game.

     
  • Huskers battle through rain for state true team championship
    The  constant rain didn’t stop the Holdingford boys track and field team from achieving its third state true team championship.
     
  • Dutchmen start playoffs Thursday

    Melrose-Despite a 7-0 loss to St. Cloud Cathedral Friday, the Dutchmen could very well be the home team in the 6AA playoffs that begin on Thursday.



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