By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor The United States celebrates Flag Day on June 14 to commemorate the official adoption of the U.S. flag by the Second Continental Congress on that day in...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Recently, Jamie Bjerke, owner of the new business JLB Marketing and Consulting, partnered with the Hometown Resource Center and Mike’s Food Center to hold a...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Although the parade was canceled due to road construction, St. Charles still had an extensive Memorial Day celebration, complete with firing squads at local...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Last Wednesday, the St. Charles Ambulance Service threw a party to celebrate EMS week.  The crew offered a free meal of brats and hot dogs at the EMS...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor The St. Charles Area Community Foundation (SCACF) has the vision of, “Bettering our community by connecting people with initiatives that matter.”  Last...

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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...
The St. Charles School Board poses for a photo last Monday, December 8th. From left to right in the front row are David Kramer, Bernadine Stevens and Brian Davidson. In the second row are Mike Schaber, Keith Persons, Bernie Siebenaler and Roger Leistikow.
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Craig Hilmer Monday, December 8th was a memorable day for the St. Charles School Board, both a day of change for them, and even a little sad. That evening, four long...
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Craig Hilmer The St. Charles City Council met on Tuesday, December 9th in what was slotted for the last meeting of the year. It was also to be the last meeting of...
Scott Hoeft, husband of Luanne Hoeft, lights a tree at St. Charles City Hall in Luanne’s honor on Sunday, December 14th, during the 2014 Love Lights a Tree ceremony.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Each year, the St. Charles community takes pause during the holiday season for its annual Love Lights a Tree ceremony. The event, sponsored by the St. Charles...
Sofia and Jasmine talk with Santa at the Moose Lodge in St. Charles on Saturday morning.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt On Saturday, December 13th, kids who visited the St. Charles Moose Lodge had an opportunity to visit with Santa, have their photos taken with Jolly St. Nick...
Members of the Concert Choir, as directed by Stephanie Nolting, sing “Nutcracker Jingles” during the Winter Choral Concert held on Monday, December 8th at St. Charles Elementary School.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt. Just in time for the holiday season, musicians from St. Charles High School held their Winter Choral Concert on Monday, December 9th, at St. Charles...
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St. Charles High School has chosen juniors Ashley Kreidermacher and Derek McCready as the local nominees for the MSHSL ExCEL Award. ExCEL (Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership) is a...
Celebrating the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, dancers keep traditions alive in St. Charles last weekend.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt On December 12th, Catholics world-wide celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and, on Sunday, December 14th, a celebration took place at the St....
The Little Valley Victors purchased food and other necessities at Mike's Food Center in St. Charles, and later donated the items to the Southeast Minnesota Rural Education and Resource Center.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Last weekend, local members of the Little Valley Victors 4-H Club took time out of their busy holiday schedules to help others. First, the group met at Mike...

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