In this week's Plainview News, residents get ready! The work on Highway 42 work now set to start July 13. Learn about the detour and construction affecting local commuters. Keep in touch! The...
In this week's Plainview News meet a wandering chicken who has moved in at local teen's gravesite. Keep in touch! The Plainview News keeps you connected to the faces, places, information, and...
In this week's Plainview News, summer celebrations such as Cheese Days, Family Night on the Farm, and the Wabasha County Fair are canceled due to pandemic while others like Viola Gopher Count are...
In this week's Plainview New's, local businesses open to public and allow people a great chance to get together. Keep in touch! The Plainview News keeps you connected to the faces, places,...
In this week's Plainview News it's construction season in Plainview. Keep in touch! The Plainview News keeps you connected to the faces, places, information, and events that matter to you. Now...

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William C. Bruegger, age 97, of Rochester, formerly of Plainview and Wabasha, died Friday, January 12, 2018, of pneumonia at Mayo Clinic Hospital-St. Marys Campus in Rochester. He lived at the...
The funeral service for Janice M. Grobe was held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 13, at Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 1000 Portland Ave. in Saint Paul Park with Pastor Michael Schneider...
PEM paraprofessionals in attendance smile moments after being recognized by the School Board at the board’s Monday, Jan. 8 meeting. National Paraprofessional Week is Jan. 22-26. Pictured in the front row, left to right, is Julie Herrmann, Jennifer Torres, Kara Zabel and April Wolf. Pictured in the back row, left to right, is Mindy Yoch, Julie Liebenow, Mandy Breza, Amy Lyons, Donna Schneider, Cheryl Theel, Deb Sexton and Sandy Webster. Photo by Michael Flicek
Paraprofessionals in the Plainview-Elgin-Millville School District were recognized for their hard work and continued dedication throughout the school year at the School Board’s Monday, Jan. 8 meeting...
Clarissa Hadler answers questions from Plainview City Council members in her public interview at city hall on Monday, Jan. 8. Hadler, who is currently Rosemount’s city clerk, might just be Plainview’s next city administrator.
When it’s all said and done, Clarissa Hadler might just be Plainview’s next city administrator. One of two finalists for the city’s administrator position, Hadler, along with finalist Richard Baker,...
The last day of 2017 was the last day on earth for M. Phyllis Herman, 94, of Plainview and formerly of Lake City. Born to Ralph and Mabel (Johnson) O’Hara in Jarrett, MN. She spent her childhood...
The Plainview-Elgin-Millville Dance teams performed their routines—faster, more difficult routines than last year’s—at their annual home competition at the high school on Friday, Dec. 29. The Varsity...
Dakotah Funke, a 2016-17 Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School graduate, stands outside of the Plainview News in uniform on Wednesday, Dec. 20. Funke, who has completed the United State Army’s basic training program, will officially graduate on Jan. 18 and 19. Photo by Michael Flicek
It’s a brand New Year filled with many changes for many people—including Dakotah Funke, a 2016-17 Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School graduate. Less than one short year ago, Funke has gone from...
“Sweeping the Snow Away” Stopped at the sign by the Plainview Community Center, this Plainview Public Works employee looks to sweep the street free of snow. In addition to the bone-chilling temperatures, Plainview received snow—just a dusting—on Wednesday, Dec. 27, and Friday, Dec. 29
It’s beginning to feel a lot like a Minnesota Winter. Individuals across the state—including those in Plainview—experienced a severe, bone-chilling cold front last week, as frigid temperatures...
Alyse Sylvester Is pictured with coaches Nate Pfeilsticker and Mike Andring
PEM senior Alyse Sylvester signed a national letter of intent to compete in track and field for Viterbo University on Thursday, Dec. 21. Alyse has many accomplishments academically, socially, and...
A  new rescue engine sits at the fire hall in Elgin on Wednesday, Dec. 20. For Elgin Fire Chief Craig Ziebell and members of the squad, there are many features of the new vehicle to be fired up about—including additional space for storage. Photo by Michael Flicek
ELGIN—Minn. Christmas came early for Fire Chief Craig Ziebell and members of the Elgin Fire Department, and a shiny new present sits in the fire hall in Elgin. After a delay in the shipping process...

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