Luke Schultz, a facilities management expert with CESA 10, explained the various functions of mechanical equipment in the Mondovi Schools’ basement during a public facilities walk-through on May 10. Many components, including a massive steam boiler from 1972 (left) have reached the end of their life expectancy and are inefficient.
  by Beth Kraft   Area residents who attended one of three recent community input meetings at the Mondovi Schools got an up-close, eye-opening look at district facilities and learned the details of a...
Luke Schultz, a facilities management expert with CESA 10, explained the various functions of mechanical equipment in the Mondovi Schools’ basement during a public facilities walk-through on May 10. Many components, including a massive steam boiler from 1972 (left) have reached the end of their life expectancy and are inefficient.
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor To celebrate its centennial in 2013, the St. Charles Public Library offered an interactive murder-mystery for the ‘A Night at the Library’ fundraiser. ...
Members of the “Tune Transformers,” Mondovi Elementary’s fourth and fifth grade Destination Imagination team, posed with their medals and team trophy after taking third place at the state DI competition in Stevens Point on March 24 to punch their ticket to Globals in Knoxville, Tenn., next week. Team members are (pictured, front, left to right) Adella Anderson, Ethan Odegard, Hunter Wik; back, Bethany Risen, Molly Avery, Miriam Sandberg, Julia Heike.
  by Beth Kraft   Problem-solving and creativity collide for youths involved in Destination Imagination, and the Mondovi Elementary fourth and fifth grade DI team is taking its skills in both...
Members of the “Tune Transformers,” Mondovi Elementary’s fourth and fifth grade Destination Imagination team, posed with their medals and team trophy after taking third place at the state DI competition in Stevens Point on March 24 to punch their ticket to Globals in Knoxville, Tenn., next week. Team members are (pictured, front, left to right) Adella Anderson, Ethan Odegard, Hunter Wik; back, Bethany Risen, Molly Avery, Miriam Sandberg, Julia Heike.
The entire fifth grade student body stands outside the Augusta School District. Together, they worked to piece together the landmarks, history and story of the city into a Google Expedition for all the world to see.  hugs front: Augusta students walk around the city picking up trash on the road as part of a way to give back to the community during their Hugs for Humanity event on Friday, May 4. (Contributed photo)
By Brian Sheridan After strapping on a virtual reality headset, the user can be taken all across the globe. They can explore the peaks of Mt. Everest, they can float around the outside of the...
The entire fifth grade student body stands outside the Augusta School District. Together, they worked to piece together the landmarks, history and story of the city into a Google Expedition for all the world to see.  hugs front: Augusta students walk around the city picking up trash on the road as part of a way to give back to the community during their Hugs for Humanity event on Friday, May 4. (Contributed photo)
People gathered at Osseo City Hall on Thursday, April 26 to learn about new plans to revitalize the local area. Representatives from the city of Osseo, commercial club and economic development...
Luke Schultz, a facilities management expert with CESA 10, explained the various functions of mechanical equipment in the Mondovi Schools’ basement during a public facilities walk-through on May 10. Many components, including a massive steam boiler from 1972 (left) have reached the end of their life expectancy and are inefficient.
Members of the “Tune Transformers,” Mondovi Elementary’s fourth and fifth grade Destination Imagination team, posed with their medals and team trophy after taking third place at the state DI competition in Stevens Point on March 24 to punch their ticket to Globals in Knoxville, Tenn., next week. Team members are (pictured, front, left to right) Adella Anderson, Ethan Odegard, Hunter Wik; back, Bethany Risen, Molly Avery, Miriam Sandberg, Julia Heike.
The entire fifth grade student body stands outside the Augusta School District. Together, they worked to piece together the landmarks, history and story of the city into a Google Expedition for all the world to see.  hugs front: Augusta students walk around the city picking up trash on the road as part of a way to give back to the community during their Hugs for Humanity event on Friday, May 4. (Contributed photo)

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By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor To celebrate its centennial in 2013, the St. Charles Public Library offered an interactive murder-mystery for the ‘A Night at the Library’ fundraiser.  While actors from The Murder Mystery Co. ran the show, the guests filled in the roles as suspects and...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor The St. Charles area has numerous Amish construction crews, constantly busy with work for their fellow Amish, or their English (non-Amish) neighbors.  Samuel Schwartz used to belong to one of these crews, until he got sick of being stuck on the road all of...
The last time the St. Charles 2nd graders visited Whitewater State Park for the maple syrup program, snow was still on the ground.  When they returned to the park last Thursday, the landscape was drastically different.  The snow was mostly gone, the birds and animals had started to reappear, and...

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