Paramount Center for the Arts announces lineup of fall performances

Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, July 19 This fall, the Paramount Center for the Arts jumps back into programming after 15 months of being shuttered due to the pandemic. The Paramount Center for the Arts – celebrating the Theatre’s 100th anniversary in 2021 – is known throughout the region for presenting local,…

Energy Assistance available to help Minnesotans with utility bills

Additional shutoff protections are also available as utilities transition back from COVID-19 rules Hundreds of millions in financial assistance is available to help Minnesotans pay for electricity, natural gas, propane, and other delivered fuels. The nonprofit Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota (CUB), along with many others across the state, is spreading the word that grants…

Talking cryptocurrency, blockchain, and NFTs with U of M

For many, cryptocurrency, blockchain, and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are new concepts that some may first associate with wealth, technology, or digital artwork. However, while interconnected, each of these terms have a distinct purpose and role in our economy. Vivian Fang, an associate professor in the Carlson School of Management, is available to explain what these…

Elevate Nutrition ribbon-cutting
The ribbon-cutting at Elevate Nutrition was held Thursday, July 1, with owner Austin Meyers, Eden Valley Chamber Ambassadors Judy Thielen, Diane Kodet, Nancy McNab, and Brent Bengtson, and owner Vienna Hansen. Submitted photo.
Four Point O Bus Services ribbon-cutting

The Eden Valley Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, June 30, with Four Point 0 Bus Services, the new owners of Eden Valley-Watkins Bus Company, at Railroad Avenue in Eden Valley. Submitted photo.

Young golfers learning to play

Golf instructors Allie Ostrander and Zach Boser led a Kimball Community Education youth golf program with instructor Gerry Bahe at Kimball Golf Club. The youth program attracted 32 golfers from ages 6 to 17 who received instruction twice a week for three weeks. Kids can enjoy learning golf when they are as young as five…

Local graduating seniors receive a scholarship from Arvig

Arvig is excited to congratulate the 36, 2021 high school seniors who received the Royale B. and Eleanor M. Arvig Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $3,000 each. Students were selected based upon achievements or interest in the field of mathematics, engineering, accounting, computer science, telecommunications, or any of the physical sciences. “We are proud…

Are you looking for a great, in-demand career?

Consider a career in welding Join us for Welding Discovery Day from 1-4 p.m. Thursday, June 24. Learn about the high-demand, wild world of welding in this FREE 3-hour workshop. • Welding job requirements for various welding positions. • Abundant job openings, great wages, company perks from local employers. • Insight and advice from local…

KGC #9 best course in Minnesota

Golfpass.com ranks golf courses based on 1,406 reviews submitted for 161 courses in Minnesota. -Kimball Golf Club, with 94 reviews in the past 12 months, is ranked #9 in Minnesota. 93% of golfers submitted positive reviews of KGC. Here are some of their comments: Challenging Hilly, many blind shots, greens fair but tough, scenic, grounds…

Kingston Mini Mart burger nights

The Kingston Mini Mart will serve up a burger, chips, and pop for $6 from 5-7 p.m. on scheduled Fridays. Each Friday is designated to raise funds for an assigned group. Friday, June 18, benefits the Kingston Junior Auxiliary; Friday, July 9, benefits KALC Cemetery Fund; Friday, July 30, benefits Lake Francis Association; and Friday,…