By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor As a student at St. Charles High School, Aaron Carlson worked for Arly Hamman.  He often watched Hamman leave work to respond to fire calls, and enjoyed...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor In some ways, the Amish Market Square in St. Charles is a refuge.  The combination of gas station, convenience store, gift shop, and restaurant is a glimmer...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Sitting before Natalie Mehling’s kindergarten students, teaching artist Mary Ellen Gutknecht taped a drawing of a turtle to an easel. Gutknecht explained to...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Last Saturday evening’s Mass at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church began with a loud bang.  As the loud sounds of the drum filled the sanctuary, costumed...
By Jill Veerkamp, St. Charles Press Editor Every year, the Little Valley Victors 4-H Club celebrates the holiday season with a holiday party.  During the party, the club members bring monetary...

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Above are Christian Wolter, Preston Sires, Boden Thorland, James Colman and Nathaniel Storm, who attended their Arrow of Light and Crossover ceremonies on Sunday, January 25th. This means that these boys have completed the transition from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts. Not pictured is Calvin Zickrick, who has also become a Boy Scout.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Sunday, January 25th marked an important day for six local Cub Scouts, who participated in the Arrow of Light and Crossover ceremonies, transitioning from Cub...
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Craig Hilmer A short St. Charles City Council meeting January 13th nevertheless brought resolution to a long-standing City need. The City of St. Charles will soon be...
Pam Miller, owner of Bone Appetit Canine Bakery Unleashed, presents two sets of pet oxygen masks to the Eyota Volunteer Fire Department.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Local firefighters have many different tools to help them save lives, but, do they have the tools necessary to help them save the lives of family pets, too?...
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt The last Eyota City Council meeting began with an approval of the agenda and consent agenda, which included the approval of the previous meeting’s minutes, in...
By St. Charles Press Staff Writer Nathan Campbell The St. Charles School Board met for their first regular session of the calendar year, which was also their first session since the election that...
At Faith Lutheran Church, volunteers work together as they cut fabric for Bundles of Love, which recently began meeting in St. Charles.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt On Monday, January 12th, a local group of volunteers gathered at Faith Lutheran Church in St. Charles for their first official Bundles of Love meeting in the...
Ralph, Michael and Paul serve breakfast at the Eyota American Legion on Sunday, January 18th.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt Since 1981, the Eyota American Legion has hosted an annual event to benefit the Rochester Eagles Cancer Telethon. The breakfast is usually held on the Sunday...
Tom Hoverstad speaks at the Winter Crops Day event in St. Charles last Wednesday, January 14th.
By St. Charles Press Editor Laura Berndt The University of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center (SROC) held their annual Crops Day on Wednesday, January 14th, at the St. Charles Community...
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...

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