By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Last Saturday evening, the fellowship hall at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church was transformed into a ballroom, complete with space for dancing,...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor In the twenty years that Pastor Mark Pluim has been at Heartland Community Church in St. Charles, he has preached roughly one thousand sermons, building up...
By Dakota Swenson, St. Charles Press For the past thirty plus years, St. Charles has hosted an annual holiday tournament to give their fans something to enjoy over the break and give area schools the...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Christmas is the season of giving and for almost a decade, the Little Valley Victors 4-H club has done their part to help others in need.  Last Saturday,...
By Ben Barclay, St. Charles Press “How many of you like turtles?” asked Kirk Payne while holding a large sea turtle shell. Eight young, eager hands shot up in the air. Payne, a naturalist at Quarry...

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By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt SafeWise, which specializes in home safety and security news and reviews, recently published a list of “15 Safest Cities in Minnesota,” and, St. Charles was...
Don Lyman (left), Stewartville Legion Post 164 and Gary Miller Eyota, Legion Post 551 enjoy the complimentary breakfast provided at the Veteran's Day event in Eyota.
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nicole L. Czarnomski The Dover-Eyota high school band gave a grand performance as the students and visitors entered the auditorium; drums rumbled, bells chimed and...
Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Donahue-Ham Post 5630, of St. Charles, demonstrate the proper way to fold an American Flag during an assembly at St. Charles Elementary on Veterans Day. Above, from left to right, are Dale Fabian,  Roger Smith and LaVane Fleischfresser.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Veterans Day 2014 fell on Tuesday, November 11th, and area resident took time to honor those brave men and women who have served our country. That morning,...
St. Charles Cub Scout Pack 54 poses for a photo during their recent meeting, held on Sunday, November 16th. The Scouts were excited to learn that they’d sold $25,085 in their popcorn sales, the most in their district.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Last year, St. Charles Cub Scout Pack 54 was elated to learn that they’d earned over $20,000 during their popcorn sales, making them the top-selling Pack in...
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Craig Hilmer After the Wednesday, November 12th meeting, St. Charles City Council is set for 2015. Council canvassed the election results from the November 4th...
The entire group of St. Charles National Honor Society members poses for a picture at the end of the ceremony.  In the front row are Taylor Littlefield, Rachael Nunemacher, Michelle Kramer, Sammy Pietzrak, Shelby Heim, Hannah Spitzer and Deja Mosley. In the second row are Caleb Forbes, Torger Jystad, Andrew Beirne, Derek McCready, Lucas Reisdorf, Kaitlin Sikkink, Dane Wiskow, Quinn Roessler and Coy Schweider.
By St. Charles Staff Writer Monica Hill Nearly 70 students, family members and staff of St. Charles High School attended the SCHS National Honor Society Induction Banquet on November 13th. Eight new...
Aspasia Salon Owner Jodi Heim (left) and stylist Corey Schnepf  (right) pose for a photo with Heather Duellman, who enjoyed a day of relaxation and pampering at Aspasia in St. Charles on Saturday morning and afternoon.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Heather Duellman, of Dover, arrived at Aspasia Salon and Spa in St. Charles on Saturday morning, thinking she and her family were going to get some pedicures...
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By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt For thirty years and six months, Jerry Schweitzer has worked for the St. Charles School District. Schweitzer, the schools’ head custodian says he enjoys...
Superintendent Bruce Klaehn
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Last Wednesday, November 12th, Dover-Eyota Schools Superintendent Bruce Klaehn announced his intent to retire. After 41 years as an educator and ten years...
Shriner Darrel Smith and owner of White Rose Bridal Sandra Anderson pose for a photo with one of the gowns that Anderson has donated to the Shriners Hospital for Children’s fifth annual prom, “Reach for the Stars.” Anderson has generously donated 30 gowns for this event, which will take place in Spring of 2015.
In the spring of 2015, the Shriners Hospital for Children in the Twin Cities will hold their fifth annual prom celebration, a night designed to create trea “Prom is a night to remember, and 2015 will...

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