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Letter about a direct attack on God... To the Editor,


Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Letter to the Editor

The Department of Education and Department of Justice sent out a letter to school districts across the nation informing us that we have to comply with their twisted interpretation of the law regarding the bathroom issue or risk losing federal funding.

And, for those of you who don’t know what “the bathroom issue” is, it is them saying that if a boy thinks in his mind that he is a girl, he must be allowed to use the girls facilities.

They say we have to make all students feel welcome and comfortable. What about the majority of girls who will be very understandably very uncomfortable to take a shower right beside a boy who thinks he’s a girl?

They fight for the rights of women...that is for women to get raped and abused and to have their babies murdered. We who fight against these things are labeled as troublemakers and bigots. “And we must be crushed wherever we show our ugly head,” they say.

The Bible says evil will be called good and good will be called evil. And, that is another fine example that the Holy Bible is accurate and true.

Satan is using them, and our old adversary is bound and determined to destroy us.

Let’s stand up for decency, common sense, and most of all, for God.

For more information on these things, tune in to KVCS Spring Valley 89.1 FM from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Aaron Swartzentruber

Greenleafton, MN

Letter about high speed internet is needed for the future... To the Editor,

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Letter to the Editor

While several points in Jason Sethre’s recent “Internet speed not a high priority” are worthy, he is tone-deaf in his assessment that high-speed internet is not a priority in greater Minnesota, and on several other points. First, using his sui ..... 
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Dayton the mediator

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Commentary

Governor Mark Dayton is trying “the art of the deal” in an effort to finally produce a comprehensive state transportation funding package for the next 10 years. At the time of this writing, there is less than a week left of the truncated 10-week ..... 
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Will May 25 mark a turning point for Kingsland facilities?

By Jeff Erding

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Commentary

The long and difficult journey regarding Facilities configuration at Kingsland may be on the verge of a milestone decision. A Facilities Committee meeting will take place that night in Spring Valley at 7 p.m. in the District Meeting Room at the High ..... 
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Wykoff seeks temporary clerk

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in Wykoff Government

The Wykoff City Council met on May 18 in a special closed session. Following that, the council held two special open meetings. The first, at 8 p.m., had been set up as an extension of the May 11 meeting, to consider three consent agenda items for ..... 
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New owners for Old Barn Resort

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Features

Although there are new owners at the Old Barn Resort near Preston, Minn., the transition happened so seamlessly many area residents may not have even noticed. Eric Brenna and Travis Dundore purchased the business from former owners Doug Brenna (Er ..... 
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Harmony Kids Learning Center celebrates Grand Opening

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Features

All across the county, parents struggle to find daycare for their kids, and Southeastern Minnesota is no different. The Harmony Kids Learning Center was built to fill that need in the community. The center can serve up to 99 children. The room ..... 
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Rushford honors veterans with Memorial Park

By Kirsten Zoellner

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in All Features

As another Memorial Day is drawing near, our Fillmore County municipalities prepare plans for special services and remembrances to honor those serving in our nation’s military and more importantly, those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. In at lea ..... 
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Chatfield resident recalls the last battle of the Vietnam War

Mon, May 23rd, 2016
Posted in Chatfield Features

Clark Wiger thought he had put his time in the military behind him. He’d served as a hospital corpsman third class in the Navy from 1971 through 1975, enlisting at the age of 17. After he got out of the Navy, he returned home to Minnesota and mo ..... 
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