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Hastings’ SumMEr WEdge program came to an end last week after working to help students who don’t get a lot of support during the summer months. The program was developed...
The world of public records is a big one, especially if you’re not sure where to look. Public government data or records are those which any citizen can simply walk...
Regina Hospital in Hastings is one of several hospitals in the state to face penalties imposed by Medicare.
You may have seen him around the downtown Hastings area once or twice, or even see him for your financial needs, but Edward Jones Financial Advisor Wes Roberts has a humbling personality you can’t miss. Roberts recently took over the Edward Jones office in downtown Hastings, located at 201 East Second St. Roberts, originally from North Dakota, has some interesting stories, including opening the first Edward Jones office in Alaska in 1995.
In 1996, the world met what would become one of the most successful video games in the industry. Although sales had declined over the years, in July of 2016, the franchise made a comeback. What game “lured” people of all ages from all parts of the world to walk for miles with their eyes hypnotized by their smart phone screens? Pokémon Go, of course. Pokémon Go, the descendant of the widely popular (for some) childhood game Pokémon, has seemingly everyone, everywhere wanting more. And Hastings has definitely not been immune to the recent craze.
The Hastings High School marching band experienced some pro tips from a marching clinic led by members of the Colts Drum and Bugle Corps from Dubuque, Iowa, on Friday. The...
The Hastings High School marching band left Friday, July 1, on their East coast tour filled with performances and sightseeing. From July 1-6, the students traveled to various locations such as New York, Boston, Rhode Island and even parts of Ohio. Stops on the list included Niagara Falls, Bunker Hill, Harvard University, Kennedy Library and more. Performances included the Fourth of July parade in Bristol, Rhode Island, which is known as America’s oldest Fourth of July celebration. According to the city of Bristol, the parade has been held every year since 1785.
The City of Hastings held its annual safety summer camp for children on Wednesday, June 22. The camp, sponsored by Dakota Electric Association, invited children from third to fifth grades...
DARTS and Hastings community partners have teamed up to accommodate Hastings residents with a new community transportation service that will allow residents without cars to have a reliable and convenient service. In an effort to create a transportation plan that will help everyone, an advisory board that consists of a variety of members from different organizations compiled a survey that be crucial to establishing a final plan.
John Strohfus, owner of Strohfus Stock Farm in Hastings, grows a lot of things, but recently with the help of his partners Ben Thurmes and Ken Anderson, he’s added hemp to his list and made some history doing it. Eighteen acres of hemp was planted on June 17 in Hastings. It was the first time since 1950 that hemp has been intentionally planted in the state of Minnesota. The trio, in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), is participating in the Hemp Pilot Program, which aims to show how viable hemp could be in the Minnesota market.