By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor National Night Out is a nation-wide movement that encourages neighborhoods to get outdoors for an evening gathering.  Every year, on the first Tuesday in...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor A common sight during the summer in St. Charles is a green golf cart, equipped with water tanks and a spray wand.  Once a day, the golf cart makes it way up...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor While there are many firearm safety classes held in the area, what sets the St. Charles course far above many of the others is the wealth and breadth of...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Joining in on the Eyota Days festivities, the Eyota Volunteer Fire Department held a special groundbreaking ceremony to kick off the upcoming renovation and...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor At the stroke of noon, the sound of engines filled the air on Saturday, July 14 in Eyota.  Over fifty motorcyclists entered town, their destination the...

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Outside the home of Patty Burt, a brave woman fighting a battle against cancer, supporters gather to pray on Sunday evening. Despite the bone-chilling winter weather, over 80 people prayed for Patty in Utica that night.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt On the evening of Sunday, January 4th, the temperatures dropped far below zero and the wind whipped through the streets of Utica. Yet, despite the frigid...
New St. Charles School Board members are sworn in during Monday’s meeting. Above are Roger Leistikow (left, standing), Mena Kaehler, Brian Davidson (far left, seated) and Superintendent Mark Roubinek (center, seated.) On the right side of the table, from left to right, are Amy Berends, Travis Gransee, Peter Snyder and Michael Schaber.
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nathan Campbell The St. Charles School Board met on Monday evening for the first session of 2015, a meeting in which the formalities of board business are confirmed...
Bill Spitzer has wrapped up his final term as the St. Charles Mayor.
By Bill Spitzer As I made my final rounds last Wednesday, I could not help but reflect on 2014 and the past decade I have been Mayor. After reading recent Letters to the Editor, I couldn’t help but...
At the December 23rd St. Charles City Council meeting, outgoing Mayor Bill Spitzer receives a plaque from Mayor-Elect John Schaber, honoring him for ten years of service to the St. Charles Community.
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Craig Hilmer An extra, end of the year City Council session, originally scheduled to ratify a labor contract, filled quickly and 2014 rang out with a number of new...
In January of 2015 Ron Ganrude will become the next Sheriff of Winona County.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt For the past 16 years, Dave Brand has served as Winona County Sheriff. He’s helped countless individuals and their families, and, is known as a man who goes...
St. Charles High School student Dillon Storsveen (seated, front) works with Precision Manufacturing Technology (PMT) Program Instructor Brian Bahr at St. Charles High School.
by St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Within the St. Charles School District, there are many educators who constantly look for ways to enhance their students’ education. One of those teachers is...
Sheriff Brand, four-term Sheriff, is renowned for his determination to bring closure and compassion to any situation.
By Lewiston Journal Editor Carol Boynton Winona County will swear in a new sheriff in January, and as they start their new term, others will end theirs. Sheriff Brand will retire, as Ron Ganrude will...
Above are the top three spellers from the St. Charles Elementary School’s Spelling Bee. From left to right are Nate Storm, Nora Fritcher and John Gardner. Nora and John will advance to the regional competition in Rochester, and Nate will serve as an alternate.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Last week at St. Charles Elementary School, 12 fifth grade students and 12 sixth grade students competed in a spelling bee. The top two spellers will advance...
Student members of TALK (Teens As Leaders with Knowledge) It Up visited three establishments that sell alcohol and attached stickers to the packaging, reminding consumers that the alcoholic products are only intended to be consumed by adults over age 21. Above, the group takes a photo at the Eyota Market with Deputy Tracey Pagel, Eyota’s Community Officer.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt. Members of the Dover-Eyota High School’s youth group, TALK (Teens As Leaders with Knowledge) It Up, strive to be positive leaders and role models within...
Tokens like these, which are good for one ride on the Rolling Hills Transit Public Transportation System, are available at St. Charles City Hall. Photo by Laura Berndt.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt On Wednesday, December 17th, Mike Rizzo, a representative for Rolling Hills Transit, visited St. Charles City Hall to talk with local residents and city...

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