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Thursday, 17 July 2014 17:26

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SALUTE — The 2014 Farm and City Days Parade Grand Marshals were 13 people who served in World War II. Front from left: Dr. Albert Flor, Gordon Peterson, Harold Thompson and Winston Evenson. Back: Richard Crumb, Eugene Warke, Bud Shurson, Donnie Bartness and Tony Arnfelt. Not pictured: Kenneth Eaton, Donald Smith, Audrene Smith and Marie Querna. (Star Eagle photo by Chris Schlaak)


By NICOLE BILLING

Editorial Assistant

On Saturday, July 12, at New Richland’s Farm and City Days annual breakfast, the 2014 Parade Grand Marshal was announced – or rather, we should say Grand Marshals.

This year’s Grand Marshals were 13 people who served in World War II: Gordon Peterson, Dr. Albert Flor, Buddy Shurson, Harold Thompson, Kenneth Eaton, Donald Smith, Audrene Smith, Don Bartness, Winston Evenson, Marie Querna, Eugene Warke, Richard Crumb, and Tony Arnfelt.

There wasn’t a dry eye in the house when the names of the veterans were announced. Many of them had no idea what was going on, even as their names were read. Some came with their uniform cap, like Dr. Flor, while others came in regular clothes.

 
Seeing NR in a new light PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 17:55

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NEW ILLUMINATION — Retired State Bank of New Richland President Bernie Anderson stands under one of the lights for which he and the bank donated nearly $40,000. (Star Eagle photo by Jim Lutgens)


By JIM LUTGENS

Editor/Publisher

Folks are seeing downtown New Richland in a whole new light these days — thanks to Bernie Anderson and the State Bank of New Richland.

SBNR and Anderson, the bank’s retired president, recently donated nearly $40,000 for “new” street lights along Broadway Ave., greatly enhancing the after-dark perspective on main street.

The globe-style lights and poles are of the vintage variety. Purchasing them for his hometown was the brainchild of Anderson.

 
Wagons ho! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 June 2014 11:40

Wagon train rolls through area

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Led by wagon master John Davis and his wife, Monica, the Friendship Wagon Train rolled through the area last weekend, with stops in New Richland, Hartland, Ellendale, Geneva and Clarks Grove. The wagon train finishes its route Saturday in Adams. Read about it in this week's Star Eagle. (Star Eagle photo by Jim Lutgens)

 
Ellendale Days 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 17:11

Rain stays away for parade

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FLYING THE COLORS — It was breezy Saturday afternoon for the Ellendale Days parade, evidenced by flags dancing in the wind. Veterans riding in Francis Misgen’s jeep are, from left, Earl Cleven, Ed Jensen, Jerry Thompson and Rick Johnson. (Star Eagle photos by Jim Lutgens)

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RED HATTERS HAVE MORE FUN — Gail Skroch and Joyce Wayne enjoy a laugh while riding in the Elendale Days parade Saturday, June 28.

 
A little saturated PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 16:40

Wind, rain wreak havoc around area

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The NRHEG area has experienced a lot of storm activity the past several days. Above is a partially-flooded New Richland City Park, in the middle is a very flooded Legion Field and at the bottom is Riverview Golf Course Wednesday afternoon. Rain and high winds have caused much damage to crops and structures throughout the area. Between Saturday and Tuesday, six inches of rain fell in Waseca County, according to the Southern Research and Outreach Center, making it the third wettest June in recorded history — so far. More rain is in the forecast. (Star Eagle photos by Jim Lutgens)

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 15:04
 
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