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Tuesday, 19 August 2014 18:30

After all these years, Thompson talks about it

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DAMN LUCKY — That’s what Harold Thompson’s nickname was in the Philippines during World War II, where he survived many brushes with death. (Star Eagle photo by Jim Lutgens)


By JIM LUTGENS

Editor/Publisher

For many years, Harold Thompson did not talk about what happened in World War II.

That doesn’t mean he forgot; but it wasn’t necessarily where he wanted to be. Like most young American men, he felt a need to be there.

For its part in helping to defeat Germany and Japan, his has been called the Greatest Generation, and it’s something he’s proud of.

“It makes you feel good,” he said.

But World War II was not about feeling good.

 
They got the name correct PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 August 2014 15:28

Comeback queen Jade a true gem

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ENJOYING THE VIEW — Jade Schultz poses for a photo on the deck of her family’s Beaver Lake home. The 2014 NRHEG High School graduate has experienced many ups and downs while helping the Panthers win two state basketball championships and dealing with knee injuries. (Star Eagle photo by Kathy Paulsen)


By KATHY PAULSEN

Staff Writer

Jade is a hard translucent mineral.

Jade is a gemstone supposedly able to cure pain in the side.

Jade is also a girl that is a gem.

When John and Wendy Schultz named their baby girl Jade, they couldn't have been more accurate.

Jade the mineral is a gem unique for its symbolic energy and the lore that surrounds it. Jade the girl is unique for her beauty, her wide, romping expressiveness, and her robust elegance and commitment.

 
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Friday, 08 August 2014 15:04

Music, watermelon set for Saturday

There will be a musical program in downtown Ellendale Saturday, August 9, when Emma Hellvik, a great singer, will take center stage beginning at 7 p.m. Watermelon will be served prior to the music starting at 6:30.

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Dacoda keeps smiling PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 08 August 2014 15:01

Six years after being diagnosed with pre-leukemia, rural Hartland boy to be honored at Freeborn County Relay for Life

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ALL SMILES — David Malakowsky and children Dylan, Tiara, Dacoda and Tylar at a recent ice cream social for the Freeborn County Relay for Life. (Star Eagle photo by Kathy Paulsen)


By KATHY PAULSEN

Staff Writer

While sitting at the Albert Lea Relay For Life Ice Cream Social recently, my eye landed on a young boy sporting an NRHEG Panthers T-shirt and his siblings. It was a chance, enlightening experience that won’t be forgotten.

Visiting with the David and Amanda Malakowsky family, which includes Tiara, Dacoda, Dylan and Tylar, was a joy. What a happy, outgoing family that has had more than their share of problems. But in spite of it all they keep smiling.

The biggest smile was from 8-year-old Dacoda, who at 2 years old was diagnosed with pre-leukemia that required a bone marrow transplant that came all the way from Germany. David said that was good place to come from because their ancestry was German and Dutch.

 
Commissioners seek public input PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 14:25

The Waseca County Board of Commissioners is requesting citizen input regarding the Waseca County Highway Department. Waseca County has been experiencing a decrease in revenues; an increase in the costs of goods, services, and materials; and additional financial pressures on other county departments. The Waseca County Board of Commissioners is asking for input on Highway Department priorities and service level expectations. The work session will include an overview of challenges and opportunities of the highway department, including but not limited to: the acquisition of old Highway 14, storm damages to the Waldorf shop, maintenance agreements, increasing compliance requirements, etc.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 14:26
 
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