Working with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center, Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School will offer students the opportunity to take a second-semester class to become certified nursing assistants. Photo by Michael Flicek
Attending four-year universities after graduating from high school has become the norm for students across the country but that’s not always the path traveled for students interested in other areas...
Working with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center, Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School will offer students the opportunity to take a second-semester class to become certified nursing assistants. Photo by Michael Flicek
Plainview-Elgin-Millville kindergarten teacher Stacy Montgomery, one of many Plainview Area Foundation grant recipients, smiles and shakes hands with Plainview Area Foundation treasurer Dick Zabel at the Eagles Nest restaurant at Piper Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Photo by Randal Anderson
It may have been too cold and the ground too white to golf at the Piper Hills Golf Course this past Wednesday, Jan. 10, but the back room in the Eagle's Nest Restaurant was warm in many ways. As the...
Plainview-Elgin-Millville kindergarten teacher Stacy Montgomery, one of many Plainview Area Foundation grant recipients, smiles and shakes hands with Plainview Area Foundation treasurer Dick Zabel at the Eagles Nest restaurant at Piper Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Photo by Randal Anderson
Oliver was born against all odds on August 9, 2017. He had a rare chromosomal syndrome called TARP. He spent the first month of his life in the NICU at Mayo Clinic Hospital – Rochester, Saint Marys...
Ronald E. Warnken, age 80, of 27453 Wild Rose Road, Rushford, MN, passed away on Monday, January 15, 2018, at Sauer Health Care in Winona. Ron was born on July 6, 1937, on the family farm in Warren...
William C. Bruegger, age 97, of Rochester, formerly of Plainview and Wabasha, died Friday, January 12, 2018, of pneumonia at Mayo Clinic Hospital-St. Marys Campus in Rochester. He lived at the...
Working with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center, Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School will offer students the opportunity to take a second-semester class to become certified nursing assistants. Photo by Michael Flicek
Plainview-Elgin-Millville kindergarten teacher Stacy Montgomery, one of many Plainview Area Foundation grant recipients, smiles and shakes hands with Plainview Area Foundation treasurer Dick Zabel at the Eagles Nest restaurant at Piper Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Photo by Randal Anderson

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By Cheryl Nymann, Editor For the past eight years, there have been stories which I have covered or come across my desk which are interesting. This just happens to be one of those stories that...
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor Can you believe that March is already next week?!! As donations are appreciated throughout the year, during the month of March, the Plainview Elgin Area Food Shelf has an...
This is my favorite photo of the entire MCCA State Competition.  It represents the entirety of all three PEM teams.  Teamwork, entertainment, and a oneness that just to consume not just of victory, but of pure joy in what everyone is doing and how they’ve come together as a team.  Flier Emily Ohm radiates such enthusiasm with her facial expressions; plus, there’s the strength from the base of the pyramid that allow for this stunt to look easy to do.  Now that’s teamwork.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor What another great showing at the MCCA State Tournament for the PEM Bulldog Elementary, Middle School, and Varsity Cheer Teams!! It wasn’t only the cheer teams that showed...
PEM Cheerleaders Lexi Fitting (left) and Katie Thompson (right) were selected to be members of the MCCA 2017 Honor Team of Excellence based on their academic achievements.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor The MCCA State Cheer competition may have started on a Saturday for the PEM cheerleading squad, but the weekend began on that Friday night at the 4th Annual Awards Banquet....
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor Goals were set, hard work ensued, goals were met. Sounds simple, right? Well, maybe not quite that simple. But one thing is for sure, PEM’s outstanding competition...
Front row: (L to R) Presley Newcomb, Kjersti Hanson, Amaya Wendt, Katie Kahn, Kendall Swanson, Makla Salzl, Lexy Dawley; second row: (L to R) Morgan Noehl, Aahliya Corfits, Patience Putzier,  Kaydence Haley, Hannah Harlow, Grace Eidenschink, Jade Mickow, Makenzie McGuire, Destiny Kramer, Caitlin Harlow, Mallary Klassen; Back Row: (L to R) Bell Schouweiler, Veronika Woltjer, Coach Tice, Anabel Padilla, Cassie Johnson, Coach Heather Eidenschink, Coach Katheryn Littlefield, Coach Elizabeth Schmidt, Emily Ohm,
By Cheryl Nymann, Plainview News Editor WOW! It was a great weekend for the Competition Cheerleading program of PEM at the Minnesota Cheerleading Coaches Association State Championship Competition...
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor The PEM Cheer teams had some great entertainment for all who came out to watch their first Cheer Showcase held in the high school gym in Plainview. The entire west side of...
All three PEM Cheer teams traveled to Maple Grove for their Crimson Tide Cheer competition.  Coach Bill Tice (above) of the Junior High Team was interviewed, along with several cheereladers by WCCO TV, and aired during Sunday nights Sports program.
MAPLE GROVE, Minn. (WCCO) — It’s not the most talked about sport in Minnesota, but it’s certainly one of the most challenging. There are thousands of cheerleaders in the state of Minnesota. Around 70...
The Land Stewardshop meeting on building soil health held at Peace United Methodist Church was very well attended by many farmers and interested individuals.  The delicious evening meal was from locally grown produce and catered by Mr. Steak out of Winona.  Area farmers  Aaron Welti and Eric Kreidermacher spoke about their use of cover crops in their farming.
Building on current work helping beginning farmers access secure and affordable land in the Plainview area, Land Stewardship Project’s (LSP) Land Access Committee made up of area farmers and a...
Deputy Clerk Peg Tentis administered the Oath of Office to new council members David Walkes and Diane LaRocque, and to newly elected mayor Roger Ziebell.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor The regular Plainview City Council meeting was scheduled for a week later due to inclement weather, and was held on January 17th. After the Oath of Office to the new council...

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