By Dakota Swenson, St. Charles Press The Saints continued their playoff run last Wednesday with a game against the two seed Caledonia Warriors. The last time these two teams faced each other, it was...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor It was absolutely packed.  The St. Charles PTO’s annual carnival was held on Friday, March 8 in the elementary school, and both the cafeteria and gymnasium...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor In his 28 years with the Dover Fire Department, the most memorable moment for Rick Jones was not a fire or a huge crash.  Instead, it was a simple ‘thank...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor On Thursday, February 14, the sledding hill at Jessens Park was incredibly busy as multiple classes dropped by for fun in the snow.  In the morning, twenty-...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Although Gerald and Barbara Melby were both from the small town of Glenwood, Minnesota, their wedding was held in a much more exotic locale – France.  At...

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The Southeast Rural Education and Resource Center, located in St. Charles, strives to improve the lives of people in need by providing them with necessary resources and outreach. On Sunday, April...
The picturesque bluffs and valleys of Whitewater State Park are a popular destination for area families and all who appreciate nature. Many changes are planned to help improve the park’s safety and accessibility, as outlined in the Whitewater State Park Management Plan Amendment. The above photo, taken in summer of 2014, shows a portion of Highway 74, entering the park.Photo by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Whitewater State Park was established in 1919, and, has since become a popular destination for area families and nature enthusiasts alike. The park, which...
Falen (left) and Cruz Lange put Easter eggs into their bag. Photo by St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nicole L. Czarnomski.
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nicole L. Czarnomski hildren met at 12:30 p.m. at the Mouse Lodge last Saturday, April 4th, for the annual Easter egg hunt. There were several buses waiting to take...
Recently, St. Charles High School STAND participated in a campaign called “Sticker Shock.” During the activity, STAND members applied stickers to cases of alcohol at local establishments, reminding customers that it’s illegal to purchase alcohol for minors, and to drink underage.  Above, students, local law enforcement and Whitewater Country Coalition members pause for a photo after completing the “Sticker Shock” activity at Good Sport Bar & Grill.  Photo by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Last Tuesday, March 31st, St. Charles High School students participated in a unique campaign to reduce and prevent underage drinking. This campaign, called “...
Pictured above are Gretchen Hoffman, of the St. Charles Elementary School Weekend Food Backpack Program, and Pastor Heather Klason, who represents the Ministerial Association, with just a few of the many items the Ministerial Association recently collected for and donated to the Backpack Program. Photo by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt The St. Charles Weekend Food Backpack Program began in 2013, designed to make a difference in the lives of hungry children in our community, and has steadily...
Evan Wegman (far right) enjoys a moment with a few of his friends and classmates at his benefit. On the left, from front to back, are Hayley Boyum, JP Reisdorf and Devin Decker. On the right, from front to back, are Evan Wegman and Lucas Reisdorf, pictured on Saturday at the Eyota American Legion. Photo by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Evan Wegman, age 19, was thrilled to see his family, friends, classmates and many, many community members at his benefit on Saturday, April 4th. Wegman has...
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt The last meeting of the Eyota City Council began as usual, with general announcements shared by Eyota Mayor Tyrel Clark. Clark stated that there were still...
St. Charles students marvel at the wind-up phonograph and other historical items, on display at St. Charles Elementary School last week. Minnesota History Center’s Laurie Johnson (above right) brought these items to share during her presentations at the school on Thursday. Johnson portrayed famous author Maud Hart Lovelace, and, delighted audiences with her enthusiasm. Photo by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Last Thursday afternoon, St. Charles students and community members had a rare opportunity to talk with a beloved author, Maud Hart Lovelace. Although the...
Bruce Vincent addresses the audience at the Promoting Modern Ag banquet last Thursday, March 26th. Photo by St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nathan Campbell.
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nathan Campbell Area farmers and agriculture organizations gathered for the Promoting Modern Agriculture banquet last Thursday night at the Riverport Inn ballroom....
Helen Pierce shares a moment with her friend, Thersa Vermilya, at Golden Living Center - Whitewater last Monday, March 23rd. Last week, Pierce presented Golden Living residents with hand-made blankets or “lap quilts” on behalf of the St. Matthew Lutheran Church Thrivent Action Team. Photo by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt When a community comes together, great things can happen. Members of St. Matthew Lutheran Church recently combined their efforts and were able to bring a...

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