In a highly competitive arena where composure goes hand-in-hand with putting emotional interpretation o the line, Kenyon-Wanamingo junior Evelyn Humphrey had a great year.
John Maki presents Ben Pofahl with the 2016 Kenyon Sportsman of the Year award. Pofahl has been very active since joining and helps at work days. He attends meetings and provides useful input to various different discussions. Pofahl is a regular trap shooter and helps with that program.
Crowned on March 31 in Zumbrota, the 2017 Goodhue County Dairy Princesses are Emily Duden, Kate Rechtzigel and Shelby Betcher. Selected to be Dairy Ambassadors are Emily Benrud, Kjersten Veiseth, Catherine Keller and Kira Quam (not pictured).
There is an old Aesop’s Fables story called “The City Mouse and the Country Mouse.” In it, a mouse from the big city visits a modest country mouse and then invites him to visit the city.
Looking for a fun family afternoon of games and crafts with the kids that also benefits a good cause? Make plans now to attend the Earth Extravaganza in Kenyon this Earth Day, April 22.
From April 29 - November 11, The Goodhue County History Center will present “Coming of Age, The 1968 Generation,” a traveling exhibit that explores the self-expression, upheaval, change and sounds of the 60s and Vietnam War.
Randy Hockinson never envisioned coaching for as long as he has. But when asked about what he’ll miss, he summed it up well: “The game just gets in your blood.”
I must say that I am a solid 50-50 split on my Norwegian-German heritage. As such, I was exposed to some culinary traditio…
Stephen King’s “Mr. Mercedes” is book one of the Bill Hodges, retired detective trilogy; three crime novels from the Ameri…
Happy Birthday wishes this week to my little great-niece, Haidyn Aase, who is celebrating her sixth birthday on April 25, …