STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE First date re-enactment
Another summer weekend, come and gone. How can it be the third week in June already?
A highlight of the past weekend had to be a quick trip up to Fulda for the Wood Duck Festival. Wood Duck Days, as ... Posted on 6/20/11 at 12:15 PM
THE FLENSBURG FILES Deutsche Bahn kyrillizes the entire rail network
Well, winter wonderland is officially here. And with that, we have a massive problem with regards to being underprepared and overwhelmed with frustrated rail passengers and commuters. Yesterday and l... Posted on 12/2/10 at 7:25 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Getting Thrifty in Fulda
A new business has started up in Fulda, and it's all about shopping smart and fun.
Jumble Thrift Shop, located on 209 North St. Paul Ave., in Fulda, has all kinds of clothes, toys, games and random ot... Posted on 6/18/09 at 11:38 AM
SLAYTON —Murray County Central senior Jack Thony enjoyed a Jesse Owens-type of day Thursday, as he earned four gold medals in the Sub-Section 10 (Section 3A, Sub-Region 2) high school track and field meet.
Thony won all three sprints 100-meter dash (10.95), 200 (22.26) and 400 (51.09), while also placing first in the long jump (20 feet, three inches) to complete a perfect day and score 40 points for the Rebels.
SLAYTON — Paced by 38 individual points from sprinter Jack Thony, the host Murray County Rebels edged rival Fulda by eight points Thursday to claim the Red Rock Conference boys’ track and field team championship.
Fulda High School hosts mock accident, highlighting distracted driving risks FULDA — Students of Fulda High School listened Wednesday to special guests Wil Craig and Justin Iburg talk about the dangers of texting and driving, then watched a mock car crash enacted in the school parking lot.
JACKSON — Matthew Sterrett and Mark Spreiter stroked 39s — three strokes better than their nearest rivals —and the Luverne boys golf team defeated host Jackson County Central 164-175 Tuesday.
JCC won the girls contest 189-215.
WORTHINGTON — Utilizing speed on the track and proficiency in the field events, the depth-filled Luverne Cardinals dominated the eight-team Worthington Invitational high school track and field meet Thursday at Trojan Field, convincingly finishing at the top of the standings in both the girls’ and boys’ divisions.
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