The Hastings City Council will hold its next meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 17. Here's a look at what's on the agenda.
Get ready to get your dance on – for a mile and a half. Black Dirt Theater is holding a “Dancing 2K,” a unique event to raise funds for the community theater’s upcoming production of “Annie.”
The door has been opened for a new art-centered development in Hastings. Last week, representatives from Artspace, a non-profit arts development organization, came to Hastings to look at several properties that could potentially be renovated into usable art and artists’ space.
With the correct spelling of the word, “graffiti,” the annual St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School Spelling Bee competition ended, and eighth-grader Jacob Rabaey was the champion. His name will be engraved on a plaque in the school foyer, along with all the past spelling bee champions.RELATED CONTENT
Students at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School were honored at a recent awards ceremony.
The top academic graduates at Hastings High School have been announced.
For the past 11 years, Tara Donohue Weiss has led the United Way of Hastings as its executive director, guiding it through years of changes and helping it become an organization that’s truly focused on the community.RELATED CONTENT
Hastings firefighters kept busy over the weekend, responding to numerous medical situations and two structure fires within 24 hours.
When the youngest of Frank and Grace Carlson’s 11 children was just six months old, tragedy struck. Frank died, leaving his wife behind to care for their children on their farm five miles south of Hastings.RELATED CONTENT
There are no city or county elections impacting Hastings residents this year, but there will be a school election this November.
Every day at lunch, Carolyn Bentson sits with a special group of students. They are making their way through high school with special educational needs. Some have physical challenges; others face cognitive difficulty.RELATED CONTENT
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School recently honored staff members for years of service. Those recognized are listed here.
This summer, kids ages 4 to 12 in Hastings and Cottage Grove have a new opportunity to be active. Mojo Kids Exercise Company is a non-profit organization just launched by Jenny Wilcox, a Cottage Grove resident and Hastings native.
Good news is here for Hastings High School seniors -- graduation will be outdoors tonight, June 7.
An Afton man was killed Wednesday in a boat crash on the St. Croix River. According to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department, David Joseph Riley, 40, was killed and two others were injured in the crash.