2011-09-26

Cargill-Miloma has new manager



Marion, Ohio, native Jon Steinman is the new manager of the Cargill-Miloma location.He assumed his duties Sept. 1.Prior to coming to the Miloma location, Steinman worked for Cargill out of the Lima, Ohio, location for six years.For more details, see the Sept. 22 paper.

Moore, Schneekloth crowned at JCC



Cooper Moore and Lexi Schneekloth were crowned king and queen at Sunday’s Jackson County Central Homecoming Coronation.The senior royalty also included Kaylee Benson and Dustin Pronk, Whitney Burmeister and Phil Buschena, and Mallory Frantsen and Ben Connors.Attendants were juniors Brandi Sether-Hassing and Kyle Luhmann, sophomores Shelby Benson and Nolan Hohenstein, freshmen Michaela Vancura and Luke Norland, and princess Erin Gallagher […]

Leona L. “Toodie” Mosley, 91



Leona L. “Toodie” Mosley, 91A Mass of Christian Burial for Leona Laura “Toodie” Mosley, of Windom, formerly of Lakefield took place Sept. 26 at the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lakefield with Father Larry Brixius and Father Charles J. Quinn officiating. Burial was in the Memorial Park Cemetery in Lakefield. Leona Mosley died Sept. 22 at the Sogge Good Samaritan […]

Elaine A. Stubbe, 74



Elaine A. Stubbe, 74A funeral service for Elaine A. Stubbe of Sioux Falls, formerly of Jackson took place Sept. 28 at the Wesley United Methodist Church with burial at the Reformed Cemetery near Monroe, S.D. Elaine Stubbe died Sept. 21 at the Dougherty Hospice House.Elaine Alice McMartin, daughter of William and Marie (White) McMartin, was born on Dec. 22, 1936, […]

JCC sets max tax asking up 1.91%



The Jackson County Central Board of Education set its maximum increase in taxes payable in 2012 at 1.91 percent on Monday.The tax asking reflects an increase in health and safety funds due to the approximately $200,000 project to replace the high school gymnasium bleachers and a savings in debt payments due to previous bond refundings, according to district finance manager […]

VB: JCC sweeps Fairmont



The Jackson County Central volleyball team swept Fairmont Tuesday night, winning by scores of 25-16, 25-16 and 25-14. For more on the match, see this week’s paper.