STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF Bowled over
I got a call from my sister Kate (shes the daughter of my dad and stepmother, but Ive always thought the term half-sister to be a bit dehumanizing) on Sunday afternoon, almost immediately upon getting... Posted on 2/17/12 at 3:55 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Babes Go Bowling
I was invited to a five-year-old's birthday party Saturday, and ended up spending about two hours watching tiny children bowl.
It was a little like watching an episode of the Three Stooges, but withou... Posted on 2/23/10 at 12:00 AM
Community-owned operation struggles to remain open
WILMONT — With the closure of the Wilmont Liquor store and bar on New Year’s Eve, board members of the Wilmont Family Recreation Center (WFRC) are more determined than ever to keep the doors open to the community-owned cafe, four-lane bowling alley and “essentials” grocery store in town
LUVERNE — Two accountants from Adrian hope their new purchase will be a strike, after buying the Luverne Lanes bowling alley.
“We were just looking for an investment,” said Jeff Runia, who bought the eight-lane facility with Dean Fey.
WORTHINGTON — In the fall of 2008, the Worthington High School bowling team was an upstart program, learning to adjust to competing within the Minnesota High School Bowling league’s Southwest Conference for the first time.
The team has learned quickly.
Edgerton Fire Chief Huck Tinklenberg (left) and Assistant Fire Chief Dave Kooiman survey the damage to the roof of the Mill Street Lanes bowling alley after high winds blew off the steel covering on an existing asphalt roof Thursday evening in Edgerton.
WORTHINGTON — The Java Nau team took first place in Saturday’s King Turkey Day Bowling Tournament at the Oxford Bowl in Worthington. Team members were Myra Palmer, Dave Palmer, Paula Engesser, Denny Engesser and Moe Goettig.
King Turkey Day full of fun and laughter
WORTHINGTON — In the five years the annual King Turkey Day (KTD) Bowling Tournament has taken place, the event has grown to include three rounds of bowling and this year included 240 bowlers filling 48 teams.
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