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Babies were due to arrive and nurse midwife Paige Hardy had to make sure she was there for the delivery at Stevens Community Medical Center in Morris during the April 11 and 12 blizzard. Hardy and her husband Rich set up the couple's Ice Castle fish house in a parking lot at the University of Minnesota Morris on Wednesday, April 10, to make sure Hardy could cover her on-call shift from 8 a.m. April 11 to 8 a.m. April 12. Rich Hardy works at UMM and got permission to park the house on campus.
MAHS crowned Riley Decker as homecoming queen and Camden Arndt as king Sept. 24 in the concert hall. Homecoming activities continue this week. For a complete schedule, see the insert in this week's Stevens County Times and make sure to hang the spirit poster in a window.
Bristol Paulson is the new Little Miss Donnelly and Jadeyn Mau is the new princess. The two were crowned Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Donnelly Threshing Bee. The Threshing Bee continues on Sunday, Aug. 26.
The Bongards creamery plant in Perham receives 4 million pounds of milk a day, said Daryl Larson, president and chief executive officer of Bongards Creamery in Perham. RELATED: Mooo-ving the mik Riverview Dairy LLC of Morris provides about 888,800 gallons of that milk based on 12 full tankers at 7,400 gallons delivered each day.
He can see the road stretched before him from inside the cab of the Peterbilt semi truck. Wide windows reveal an asphalt road and what seems like an endless expanse of farm fields and farm sites. Driver Eric Joos has started the roughly 100-mile trip from West River Dairy in Stevens County to the Bongards Creamery plant in Perham. Your burger wouldn’t have cheese without these twice a day trips.
The Hancock School District is fortunate to be able to hire an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor with at least 28 years of classroom experience, school officials said at the June 18 school board meeting.
Kennedy Brustuen is the new royalty in Cyrus. Brustuen was crowned at the Cyrus Area Youth Pageant June 1. Grace Johnson, Olivia Huebner and Ella Anderson also participated.
HANCOCK, Minn. - One student injured in the March 12 Hancock School van crash will be released from the hospital today and another two are expected to be released soon, Hancock Public School superintendent Loren Hacker said in a 1 p.m. news conference today.
They are long and curvy but they don’t slither. Doris Lanus of Hancock is always looking for a different gourd to add to each year’s gourd planting. She chose snake gourds in 2016 but the gourds didn’t appear until this spring. Just as a snake may slither out of its nest along the ground, these snake gourds moved out and over a fence that marks the boundary of Lanus’s backyard.
The ping of baseball bats and the thud of a ball hitting a glove wouldn’t happen in Hancock or Morris this summer without the American Legion Post 29 based in Morris. The Legion sponsors summer baseball teams in Hancock and Morris and added a third team, Junior Legion this summer. The Junior Legion team is a joint project between the VFW Post 5039 in Morris and the Legion.