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Even though I have retired from my farm broadcasting days and radio work, I still keep up on the latest happenings in agriculture. I get some farm publications yet and I get the emails from some of … more
HOMECOMING 2023 Dress-Up Days: o Monday --- Dress Like a Parent Day o Tuesday --- Country vs. Country Club o Wednesday --- Barbie/Ken/Pink Day o Thursday --- Class Color Day o … more
From 1889 to 2013, a span of 124 years, a Kenyon school stood on the hill on the east side of Forest Street in the 300 block of Kenyon, Minnesota. Kenyon schools have a long history of handsome … more
With a new school year starting, I would like to introduce you to the new Kenyon/Wanamingo superintendent, Beth Giese. She has agreed to take on the job of .5 Principal and .5 Superintendent. … more
I am so excited to be your new superintendent. I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of many community events over the summer. As I visit the local businesses, partake in celebrations, and explore … more
Today I had the pleasure of meeting Holly and Jeff Burow at their tax office in West Concord. Now that the rush of income tax season has subsided, we were able to sit down and chat about not only the … more
An organized run through the Big Woods State Park is happening again this year! St John's United Church of Christ is once again planning the Big Woods Run, a race that takes runners through one of … more
It's that time of year when Rose Fest is upon us. My question was, Why is it called Rose Fest, and how did it start? I met with some Gentlemen at the Senior Activity Center and asked them what they … more
As I get older and closer to retirement, I begin to wonder how to take care of the treasures I have accumulated over the years. As they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure, and I am sure … more
I was asked once who were some of the influences of my radio career and I would answer that I had a few. I always thought that the two best interviewers I listened to were Charlie Boone from WCCO and … more
Farmer's markets are gaining in popularity, and you can find a lot more than just produce when you visit them. They are popping up in a lot of smaller towns, making it so convenient to purchase fresh … more
Tom Nygaard started his auto repair business in 1988, making this the 35th year of service for Nygaard Auto Repair. Congratulations to Tom and Wade for being an ongoing family business in Kenyon … more
The music will include worship and inspirational songs in an easy listening style. 1999 was the beginning of “Sound Of The Trumpet” and is now “Stones Cry.” The inspiration for the new name … more
I finally decided what I want to be when I grow up--- a resident of Circle Drive Manor! With all the news about the healthcare industry being in decline, I decided to check it out for myself. … more
Goodhue County dairy farmers and the Goodhue County American Dairy Association showcased dairy farming and products at their annual Breakfast on the Farm held Friday, June 16th. The purpose of the … more
Congratulations to the graduating seniors from Vang and Dennison.  It is a joy to celebrate this milestone together. more
I was telling one of my new friends in the Monday night horseshoe league a little about my radio career as a farm broadcaster. He asked me about traveling to various events and conventions and posed … more
The wait is over! Barney Nesseth and Angie Anderson have partnered up to bring a new restaurant to Kenyon, and it will open Thursday, June 8. Located beside Tatge's Jewelers at 635 2nd Street in … more
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