Working with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center, Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School will offer students the opportunity to take a second-semester class to become certified nursing assistants. Photo by Michael Flicek
Attending four-year universities after graduating from high school has become the norm for students across the country but that’s not always the path traveled for students interested in other areas...
Working with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center, Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School will offer students the opportunity to take a second-semester class to become certified nursing assistants. Photo by Michael Flicek
Plainview-Elgin-Millville kindergarten teacher Stacy Montgomery, one of many Plainview Area Foundation grant recipients, smiles and shakes hands with Plainview Area Foundation treasurer Dick Zabel at the Eagles Nest restaurant at Piper Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Photo by Randal Anderson
It may have been too cold and the ground too white to golf at the Piper Hills Golf Course this past Wednesday, Jan. 10, but the back room in the Eagle's Nest Restaurant was warm in many ways. As the...
Plainview-Elgin-Millville kindergarten teacher Stacy Montgomery, one of many Plainview Area Foundation grant recipients, smiles and shakes hands with Plainview Area Foundation treasurer Dick Zabel at the Eagles Nest restaurant at Piper Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Photo by Randal Anderson
Oliver was born against all odds on August 9, 2017. He had a rare chromosomal syndrome called TARP. He spent the first month of his life in the NICU at Mayo Clinic Hospital – Rochester, Saint Marys...
Ronald E. Warnken, age 80, of 27453 Wild Rose Road, Rushford, MN, passed away on Monday, January 15, 2018, at Sauer Health Care in Winona. Ron was born on July 6, 1937, on the family farm in Warren...
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...
Working with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center, Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School will offer students the opportunity to take a second-semester class to become certified nursing assistants. Photo by Michael Flicek
Plainview-Elgin-Millville kindergarten teacher Stacy Montgomery, one of many Plainview Area Foundation grant recipients, smiles and shakes hands with Plainview Area Foundation treasurer Dick Zabel at the Eagles Nest restaurant at Piper Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Photo by Randal Anderson

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Definitely an amazing storyteller, Gordon Fredrickson captured the attention of the audience with his stories.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor The Greenwood Prairie Classic Iron Club held their annual dinner banquet last Wednesday evening at the Plainview American Legion Hall. Spouses and significant others of the...
PEM Speech Team members that made it into the finals at Sections were L to R: Mark Cerar, Trevor Schmidt, and Tanner Goergen.  Cerar advances to State MSHSL Tournament this week.
The PEM Speech Team headed to Byron for Sections on Saturday, April 9. Our three entries -- Mark Cerar, Trevor Schmidt, and Tanner Goergen -- all made it to Finals as the top 6 in their categories,...
Well over 70 people were in attendance at the community informational meeting at the Millville Legion regarding the schools $18 million bond referendum coming up for a vote in just over a month - May 24th.  Some information was presented, then a question answer session.  There were some great questions being asked.  Photo by Cheryl Nymann
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor More chairs had to be brought out at the community meeting regarding the $18 million referendum for the PEM school district as over 70 interested people were in attendance....
Farm Bureau Board members Thomas Duden, Ryan Veldhuizen, Darvey Sloan, and Erica Barton
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor An interesting and insightful movie called Farmland was shown on Tuesday, March 22nd at the High School Gymnasium. Brought to the public by the Wabasha County Farm Bureau,...
By  Cheryl Nymann, EditorA group of individuals have come together to celebrate and bring awareness to our Earth by planning activities throughout the week of Earth Day.  Here’s your opportunity to...
Abigail Holst (right) and Natalie  Holst (left) of rural Kellogg will be representing the Wabasha County dairy industry.  New to the program this year is a Jr. Princess (center) who is Rachel Fick of Lake City and will also be a representative of the dairy industry.  Natalie and Abigail both attend Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School.   Photo by Cheryl Nymann
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor This past Saturday night, at the Port of Call in Lake City, family and friends of the Dairy industry gathered for the 62nd Annual Wabasha County Dairy Princess Coronation and...
Handmade cards bring brightness and cheer to Veterans inat Plainview St. Isidore's and Green Praire Place
While some members of the Plainview American Legion Auxiliary Unit #179 were helping with the community Easter Egg Hunt, other members were also busy bringing Easter cheer to veterans in the local...
Loves for the Easter Bunny.
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor Working collaboratively again this year, the Plainview American Legion Unit #179 and PEM ECFE brought the community Easter Egg Hunt to Plainview. The Plainview Girl Scouts...
The Wabasha County American Dairy Association will host the 62nd annual Dairy Princess Coronation and Banquet at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at the Port 104 in Lake City. The following...
By Cheryl Nymann, Editor Wow, what a week! The extremely exciting event of meeting a goal and bringing home a state girls basketball title to our towns is such a remarkable milestone for the players...

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