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Hastings Basketball Hastings' own Nick Tuckner of KDWA, of KDWA Radio, is this year's recipient of the "Silent Raider Award" by the Hastings Basketball Boosters. The "Silent Raider Award" is in its fourth year and is given to people and businesses in the Hastings community who make a difference in the lives of the players. Hastings boys' basketball head coach Chad Feikema and Tony Kaiser, both members of the Hastings Basketball Boosters' board, presented Tuckner with the award.
A Victorian Christmas event will be held in downtown Hastings on Saturday, Dec. 10. A Victorian high tea will be served at the BreakAway Arts Cafe and will include tea,...
Over the past two years, the Hastings Police Department has successfully navigated through the process of developing and evaluating a body-worn camera pilot program and is preparing to fully implement body-worn cameras into the department.
Thanks to Hastings police for Citizens' Academy To the editor, I just completed the six-week Hastings Police Department Citizens' Academy classes. Not only do I have a new, profound respect for the officers of Hastings, but now I have some insight of what the Police Department and the officers do for us daily.
Gustavus Adolphus College will host its annual Christmas in Christ Chapel worship services Dec. 2-4 on its Saint Peter, Minn. campus. Several Hastings students will perform in the event. The evening performance Saturday, Dec. 3 will be live streamed online for free beginning at 7:15 p.m. Visit gustavus.edu/ccc to learn more or watch the live stream. Hastings students who will be participating are Rachel Bruch-Andersen, junior; Kalley Erlandson, sophomore; Hannah Jakel, senior; TJ Strandberg, sophomore; Ben Ventry, junior; and Matthew Williams, sophomore.
The River Blades Skating School of Hastings was chosen by the city of St. Paul to perform a 20-minute show at the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Wells...
The 2016 Holiday Hoopla medallion has been found. Tony Berens of Berens Jewelry announced late Friday morning that Kerry Sieben had located the hidden medallion. The medallion was hidden under the Highway 61 bridge, near the overlook. Sieben won $125 in cash and $125 in Downtown Bucks for finding the medallion. Five of six clues were released before Sieben found the medallion:
The Holiday Hoopla medallion hunt is underway in downtown Hastings. Here's the fifth clue: The Holiday Hoopla is coming fast, a day full of memories that's sure to last. On the streets of downtown is the place to be, along the RiverWalk, the prize you will see.
The Holiday Hoopla medallion hunt is underway in downtown Hastings. Here's the fourth clue: From the steps of the Levee, many have left this shore, but walk along 2nd Street and visit each store. Sibley is the place you want to be, to find the Medallion and make history.
Earlier this month, Army Veteran E4 Robb Svoboda was publically awarded for his service to our country. Svoboda, of Hastings, served with the 1-128 Infantry Battalion, where he deployed to Iraq from June of 2004 to November of 2005. He was given a $500 grant from the people of Minnesota from a nonprofit organization called Minnesotans’ Military Appreciation Fund (MMAF) on the floor at the Target Center during a home Timberwolves game on Nov. 1.