Mudhen Brant Buysse, in a close play, was out at home as the Castlewood catcher made the putout.
They call it a “warm-up” for the upcoming playoffs. On a sultry, steamy Thursday night, most of the “heat” came off the bats of the Minneota Mudhens in a 10-0, seven-inning win over the Castlewood, SD Monarchs.
Tate Walerius, who had doubled,  slide safely into home in the fifth inning to tie the game at 2-0. He scored on a single by Sam Buysse to left field. The throw home wasn't accurate and Walerius scored.
After losing the opener to Heron Lake-Okabena, 3-2, Minneota's Vultures Legion team ounced back to beat Wells, 15-8. Austin Sorensen started on the mound against Wells but was relieved by Grady Mooese, who finished the game and picked up the win
Lyon County Planning and Zoning Director John Biren used his hands to describe the growing water levels at East Twin Lake.
The 350-acre East Twin Lake is growing. Twin Lakes Park near Florence in Shelburne Township is a county park developed by the Lyon County Board and East Twin Lake is part of the complex. Area landowners reported the lake levels were fairly consistent through the 1980s.
Stephen Trachtenberg
A “caravan” from New Hampshire to Minnesota around July 29 may not seem like a significant adventure. But for communities like Minneota and Tracy, it’s likely to have extremely economy-changing effects.
At a local daycare, Austin Thompson stopped to enjoy showing off some "moves" with the kids.
What started out basically as a joke led to Austin Thompson becoming a Minneota police officer. "When I was a sophomore (at Minneota High School in 2015), I was at the Snowball Dance and some of my classmates dared me to ask the police officer there if I could go on a ride-along," Thompson recalls.
Lois Spanton helps out at Brad's Market.
There was a period of rain, but Crazy Day came back on after the rain and folks gathered to make some purchases. Lois Spanton helped out at Brad's Market.
Mudhen Brant Buysse, in a close play, was out at home as the Castlewood catcher made the putout.
Tate Walerius, who had doubled,  slide safely into home in the fifth inning to tie the game at 2-0. He scored on a single by Sam Buysse to left field. The throw home wasn't accurate and Walerius scored.
Lyon County Planning and Zoning Director John Biren used his hands to describe the growing water levels at East Twin Lake.
Stephen Trachtenberg
At a local daycare, Austin Thompson stopped to enjoy showing off some "moves" with the kids.
Lois Spanton helps out at Brad's Market.

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Mudhen Brant Buysse, in a close play, was out at home as the Castlewood catcher made the putout.

They call it a “warm-up” for the upcoming playoffs.

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After a six and one half year battle with cancer, Erica Schmitt, 46, of Marshall, died on Friday, July 5, 2019, surrounded by family at her home in Marshall.

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