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More pics from last week’s EHS Homecoming Week! To see more local coverage of school events, see the next Edgerton Enterprise! If you do not currently receive the Enterprise,  CLICK HERE for information on how to subscribe!    

Helps Red Cross in Texas

Having given blood to the Red Cross Bloodmobiles for many years, Rick Fey had the opportunity to also participate in their Flood Relief program in Texas. With Category 4 hurricanes hitting both Texas and Florida in the same month, something

Coronation at Edgerton Public!

It’s homecoming at EHS this week. Pictured is the Homecoming Court at Monday night’s coronation. Crowned King was Landon Buckridge and Queen was Chynna Berning. Congratulations to the entire Homecoming Court as well as the King and Queen! Check out

Drive Collects 57 Units

The Edgerton Red Cross blood drive on September 27 had a total of 57 units collected. There were 21 people who came in the first hour but there is only room for 10, so many had to wait and 6

Move from Vienna to Edgerton

Brian Kornelis was born to Tim and Trish Kornelis in 1985. He was a member of Visalia Christian Reformed Church and attended Central Valley Christian School in Visalia, Calif., where his dad taught junior high students. Brian has three siblings:

Lumber and logging in SW Minnesota

By Jill Fennema – Not far from Edgerton, a little off the beaten path, is a rare business for this “neck of the woods.” In reality, you won’t find a lot of forested areas here in the great plains of

Remember When…

“Fijf litres bezinne en een kwart ollie, jonge man!” By Glenda Masselink – Around 1920, about 30 years after a group of Holland immigrants moved from Sioux County, Iowa, to Leota Township, Minn., the first automobile repair shop was built

Legion Benefits from Cemetery Gift

By Jill Fennema – Every Memorial Day, the local members of the American Legion set up over 200 flag poles at Hillside Cemetery in Edgerton. This is a lot of work because the flag poles are two 10 foot poles

Eagles Tie Chargers in Soccer

By Skip Hunter – Last Tuesday the Southwest Minnesota Christian Eagle soccer team hosted the Chargers of sister high school Sioux Falls Christian. Sioux Falls usually fields a formidable soccer team and even though their record might not show it

EHS Victorious over MLA

By Mike Drooger – A sportswriter could have used some big words to describe the football game September 15 between Edgerton/Ellsworth and the Mountain Lake Area Wolverines.  Words like magnificent, outstanding, sensational, or incomparable would work.  But one little three-letter