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Brian Scrabeck


Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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Brian Scrabeck received a commission in the United States Navy after graduation from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.
Scrabeck earned a BS in Aeronautical Engineering. He will now be attending the Nuclear Engineering School in Charleston, South Carolina followed by an assignment aboard a nuclear attack submarine. Brian is a 1993 graduate of Kingsland High School in Spring Valley. His parents, Larry and Rose, now reside in Rochester as well as his brother, Michael. Grandparents , Don and Bette Barrett and Charles and Emily Morgan are from Harmony.
Hoffman Stables

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Blagsvedt - Arneson

Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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Lisa Kae Blagsvedt and Richard James Arneson were married April 22 in Spring Grove. Parents are Kenneth and Patricia Blagsvedt of Spring Grove and Arlin and Karen Arneson of Canton. The bride is a social worker at Fillmore County Social Services and ..... 
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Engagements/Weddings

Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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In praise of small places.

Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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First time author Tony Andersen is a true patriot of Minnesota. Born and raised in St. Paul, one gets the impression after reading his recently released book Small Town Minnesota A to Z, (Afton Historical Society Press; 120 pages, $24.95) that he wou ..... 
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The accidental artist

Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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For Hong Kong native Peter Mak, the journey to Lanesboro isn't as far as it seems. You see, Mak's exhibition of art work at Cornucopia Art Center has a local connection. Mak's wife is Barbara Tammel, the daughter of Marilyn and Donne Tammel of rural ..... 
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Play Ball!

Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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Monday, May 29, 2000

Outside the old St. Mane Theatre in downtown Lanes-boro, the sweet strains of the Count Baise and Duke Ellington orchestras float through the warm evening air. Even before entering the theatre, you know you are about to be ..... 
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Play Review: Bus Stop

Sun, Aug 20th, 2000
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The Commonweal Theatre has come up with another winner in Bus Stop, a 1950’s comedy by William Inge. There’s a lot more than just laughs and slapstick going on in this play though. Loneliness, the play-wright seems to be saying, is the shared common ..... 
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