Markell works on putting in one of the glass doors on the Hoosier cabinet he is currently working on.
There's an art to taking scrap items and turning them into something impressive and useful. Dan Markell has been doing just that for many years during his antique restoration projects. But it was a dilapidated Hoosier cabinet that he recently got his hands on that has been his current challenging project.
 Addyson Pohlen, left, and Brisbyn Traen of Minneota Girl Scouts Troop 37814 remove their facial masks to pose for a photo next to their cookie stand at the C-Store. The girls sold over 60 boxes on Saturday. They will next be selling cookies on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Hy-Vee store in Marshall.
Addyson Pohlen, left, and Brisbyn Traen of Minneota Girl Scouts Troop 37814 remove their facial masks to pose for a photo next to their cookie stand at the C-Store. The girls sold over 60 boxes on Saturday. They will next be selling cookies on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Hy-Vee store in Marshall.
Although this week is dubbed FFA Week, the pandemic has put it on hold in Minneota.
Although this week is dubbed FFA Week, the pandemic has put it on hold in Minneota. "We plan on doing something this spring when the weather is nice and we are allowed to interact more with other classes," said Matt Buysse, who has been the Minneota FFA Advisor the past four years.
Charlie Pesch left Minneota on Sunday and traveled to Texas with his flatbed truck loaded with bottled water, food and other much-needed supplies that locals donated to help the people of the Lone Star State who were hit hard by a major winter storm.
Charlie Pesch was already planning a trip to Texas to check on the honey bees he brought there in October when news broke of that state's emergency situation following a recent winter storm unlike any that state has ever seen.
Minneota’s Bishop Drietz defends against Yellow Medicine East on Friday night.
Minneota shot an impressive 53 percent from the field and had 10 players score as the Vikings rumbled past Yellow Medicine East 79-28 in a Camden Conference game on Friday night. The win was the third straight for Minneota and boosted them over the .500 mark at 6-5.
Jayden Gamrak of Minneota locks up Austin Sweep of County en route to pinning him in the first period recently.
Jonah Gruenes recorded the 100th win of his career with a major decision against Pipestone Area, then notched his 101st career win with a first-period pin against Windom-Mountain Lake to help Minneota pick up two more wins on Thursday.
Markell works on putting in one of the glass doors on the Hoosier cabinet he is currently working on.
 Addyson Pohlen, left, and Brisbyn Traen of Minneota Girl Scouts Troop 37814 remove their facial masks to pose for a photo next to their cookie stand at the C-Store. The girls sold over 60 boxes on Saturday. They will next be selling cookies on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Hy-Vee store in Marshall.
Although this week is dubbed FFA Week, the pandemic has put it on hold in Minneota.
Charlie Pesch left Minneota on Sunday and traveled to Texas with his flatbed truck loaded with bottled water, food and other much-needed supplies that locals donated to help the people of the Lone Star State who were hit hard by a major winter storm.
Minneota’s Bishop Drietz defends against Yellow Medicine East on Friday night.
Jayden Gamrak of Minneota locks up Austin Sweep of County en route to pinning him in the first period recently.

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Abby Hennen poured in a career-high 33 points, cashing all 12 of her free-throw attempts, and Minneota held off Southwest Christian 55-46 on Tuesday night in Edgerton.

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Tom E. Boerboom, dear husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and cousin was welcomed into heaven by his beloved daughter, Jessica, on Sunday, January 31, 2021 at the age of 72.

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