Tom died peacefully at the Northfield Care Center surrounded by loved ones on Thursday, February 10, 2022 at the age of 87. He was born in Zanesville, OH on August 2, 1934 to Clinton and Lillian (Kreuter) Crawmer. Tom graduated from Zanesville High School in 1952. He joined the Naval Reserves in...
Paul Thomas Brekke, age 79 of rural Waterville, passed away at his home on the evening of Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Born in Scarville, Iowa on February 22, 1942, Paul was the son of Thelford and Geneva (Hanna) Brekke. He attended school in Scarville before graduating from Lake Mills High School...
John (Jake) “Pops” Keohen, age 83, of Montgomery, beloved husband, brother, father, grandfather, and great grandfather left this earth to join his heavenly Father on February 8th, 2022. He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Kay; his sons, John “Jake”, Pete, Matt, Tim’s widow, Diana;...

Jacob and Leslie Lee are the owners of Ahavah Cottage, a premier wedding and event venue that will open in Elysian this spring. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

Big things are happening in the woods on Elysian’s west side. Jacob and Leslie Lee are transforming the former Knotty Pine Bar and Grill into Ahavah Cottage, an elegant wedding and event venue that can accommodate up to 295 people. The couple purchased the property in November. “This place means a...
Ralph and Judy Kaupa, originally from Waterville, will be celebrating their 65th Anniversary Monday, February 14.
The WEM boys basketball team split four Gopher Conference games over the course of the last two weeks. During those games a pair of players scored their career-highs. Senior Jonathan Remme hit four three pointers and four free throws on his way to a career-high 16 points in a 53-50 win over United...

Keegan Kuball, middle, pinned two wrestlers to win the Mike Fasnacht Memorial Wrestling Tournament 285 pound weight class. (Submitted photo)

WEM//JWP freshman Keegan Kuball had an outstanding week of wrestling for the Grizzlies. Kuball improved his team-leading record to 31-2 and his team-leading pin total to 22 with three falls in a pair of events last week. WEM/JWP faced Medford (11-2 overall) Thursday, Feb. 3 in a Gopher Conference...

More than 85 large prints of Native American photographer Edward S. Curtis’s famed photographs are now on display in the lower level of the Elysian Area Library & Heritage Center. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

The work of former Le Sueur County resident Edward S. Curtis, a world renowned photographer of Native Americans during the late 1800s and early 1900s, is being celebrated in the form of a free exhibit in the lower-level of the Elysian Area Library and Heritage Center, now through mid-March. With...

Cindy Hauer leads a S.A.I.L. class at the Waterville Area Senior Center in Waterville. The free classes, which are geared for those aged 55 years and older, are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

It was -13ºF outside, but things were heating up inside the Waterville Area Senior Center, Thursday morning, February 3. There’s music. There’s laughter. And, there’s exercise. There’s also a handmade sign taped in the front of the room that reads: Stop if you get tired. Sit and rest or sway side...
If gratitude can seep into your blood, my February blood donations are brimming with it. My daughter Anna required multiple blood transfusions during her open heart surgery, a a procedure she underwent when she was just seven months old. So, if my blood donation day happens to fall in February (the...
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