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Crusaders tame Buffalo’s at home opener

The Southwest Minnesota Crusaders adult amateur football program hosted the Tri-State Buffalos on Saturday, May 14, in their first true home game for the new program. The Crusaders came into the battle coming off a difficult loss to the South Central Hawgs.  Local football fans endured the cold temperatures and random ...
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Dedicate church addition

Sunday morning was a celebratory service in Edgerton for the congregation at the First Christian Reformed Church.  After years of planning, months of construction, and days of preparation, this had long been anticipated by the congregation! Groundbreaking was held on June 7, 2015, after the congregation had gone through a couple ...
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Business of the week: Tinklenberg Lumber & Hardware

In 1981, Le and Elaine Tinklenberg started Tinklenberg Lumber and Concrete. Around the same time, Gord and Judy Prins purchased the hardware store from Fred and Min Huisken. The two companies grew together in the small community of Edgerton over the course of the next 30 years. In 2002, Le and ...
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Tom, the “silo guy”

Since 1973, Tom Nolz has been the “silo guy.” During his lifetime, he helped build over 600 silos for farmers across the area. Born in North Dakota, Tom found his way to Sioux Falls as a young man looking for work. He contemplated farming with his brother before taking a job ...
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Mission to Ethiopia

Larry and Sandy Brouwer’s son, Curt, lives in Denver, Colo., where he owns a staging company that helps prepare houses for the real estate market. He announced to them in early March that he was planning to go to Ethiopia on a mission trip through an organization called Petros. Petros, which ...
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SWC/Edgerton track team competes at Bob Nangle Relays – Groen breaks record

The Southwest Christian / Edgerton track team traveled to Pipestone on Tuesday, May 3, to participate in the Bob Nangle Relays.  This was formerly known as the Arrow Relays but was newly renamed after longtime Pipestone athletic director Bob Nangle retired. We had a nice warm spring day but there was ...
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