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Late last Thursday morning these steers got a little bit of free time as they trotted south on Highway 42 between Plainview and Elgin. A couple dozen steer made it several miles down the highway and...
Jarvis Anderson of Plainview was presented with the Rochester Amateur Sports Commission Coaches Lifetime Achievement Award by Olympic Skating Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton on Monday, January 25, 2016.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor What he thought was simply a nice dinner out celebrating area athletes turned out to be quite a surprise for Jarvis Anderson of Plainview. What Jarvis didn’t know until...
Chase Rahman’s family was present with him at the Awards banquet Monday night.  L to R:   Mike, Jen, Chase, Eric, and Brady Rahman.  Photo by Cheryl Nymann
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor PEM’s Chase Rahman has received yet another honor in football. Chase was selected as a finalist by the Rochester Amateur Sports Commission ‘Male Athlete of the Year’. Chase...
Kaleb Wurst (center) is working collaboratively with the City of Elgin on his Eagle Scout project and is pictured here with Mayor Rich Hall, Councilman Ron, Kaleb, Councilman Tim Boardman, and Assistant Scoutmaster Kent Hofer.    Photo by Cheryl Nymann
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor During the regular Elgin City Council meeting last Wednesday night, Kaleb Wurst’s creation of a brochure (see page 2) for the Heroes Memorial at the Elgin Cemetery was...
Grain Train participants came together on January 14 for dinner at Green Prairie Place in celebration of thanks for our community of annual giving.
It is true, God does provide to those that seek him! Our Grain Train is a community of giving to our seniors at St. Isidore Health Center/Green Prairie Place and our community did provide in 2015....
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor Since being ‘released’ from his volunteer coaching duties for PEM Bulldog Softball program, the passion for ball remained in the forefront of Kevin Gudmundson’s life. This...
Brian Berning is the new manager at Dog Pound Pizza Shop in Plainview.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor There’s no doubt you’ve probably already seen the ‘For Sale’ sign in the window at Dog Pound Pizza in Plainview. No need to worry they are OPEN and plan to continue to...
L to R: Madeline Meyer (Wabasha), Anna Schneider (Wabasha), Jordan Gusa (Wabasha), Natalee Zabel (Plainview).
On Sunday, December 27th, 8 Wabasha County Ambassadors and 2 adults planned, prepared, and served a spaghetti-dinner for the Rochester Ronald McDonald House guests. The Ambassadors made enough food...
The new crosswalk signs located at the intersections of Highway 42 and 4th Ave SE (by the new Kwik Trip / Orchard Hills area) and at Highway 42 and 4th Ave NE (by the Plainview Municipal Pool) are up...
I chose this photo as my favorite this year for a couple of different reasons.  It not only showcases the spectacularly talented and hilarious productions which come from Ron Manzow and the Prairie Town Theater, but is representative of the immense amount of talent which our community members have.  Plus, whether it’s theatrical, musical, or other, our town is full of people who are willing to share their talents with others.
I selected two photos of the year which envelope the spirit of the year at the newspaper. There are many other photos in color and balck and white in this weeks edition.

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