Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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As if bad weather and trade uncertainties were not enough, local corn farmers took another hit this year as a result of the administration’s approval of waivers to small refineries reducing the amount of renewable fuels they needed to add to their gasoline. The Renewable Fuel Standard dictates the...
August Kozisek, a Triton sophomore and Life Scout member of Troop 58, was looking for a project to complete to become an Eagle Scout when Carol Johnson approached him about a planter underneath the Lions Park sign. The park is located in the development across the road from the Triton schools near...
Facing the 1-4 Pine Island Panthers, the 3-2 Triton Cobras were hoping to return to their winning ways after losing to St. Charles the previous week.             However, the Panthers had other plans as they used an aggressive defense and an explosive offensive to beat Triton 28-7 on Friday, Oct. 4...
The Kasson-Mantorville football team took advantage of playing the 1-4 Albert Lea Tigers by beating them 38-22 on Friday, Oct. 4.             However, you wouldn’t have thought the game would end that way based on the way it started.             Albert Lea scored the first touchdown of the game...
After beating Winona Cotter 41-0 the previous week, the Hayfield Vikings were brought back down to earth by the Fillmore Central Falcons who beat them 37-7 on Friday, Oct. 4.             Hayfield Head Coach Jeff Snider was proud of how his team played in the first quarter. “I was really happy with...
When two teams, in this case the Byron Bears and the Austin Packers, with the same record, 2-3, face each other it’s usually a close game. However, last week’s contest proved to be an outlier as Byron throttled Austin 42-13 on Friday, Oct. 4.             Byron Head Coach Ben Halder said the coaches...
Every so often the right person is in the right place at the right time and that seems to be case for Amy Stites who was recently hired as principal for the Zumbro Education District (ZED) Area Learning Center (ALC).             This position allows her to do something she’s been excited about most...
Triton Elementary School students pose with their certificates honoring them with monthly Hero awards at the school. Awards were given out at a ceremony last week recognizing kids who are exceeding expectations with their behavior.
Each month Triton Elementary School gives out a variety of awards to individual students and to classrooms for meeting and going beyond expectations. Individual Hero Awards for the first month of the school year include: Kindergarten -- Bentley Kunz, Stella Kispert, Eisen Barghusen, Chelsy  ...
While a game of volleyball between two schools may not seem like a big deal to most high schools, it is for the students at Zumbro Education District (ZED) Area Learning Center (ALC) as they took on the students of the Rochester ALC on Friday, Oct. 4. Blooming Prairie is a part of the ZED. Andrew...
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood or platelets to provide hope and healing to patients fighting cancer.  Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women, and more than 268,000 women are expected to be diagnosed with...

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