While we had fewer submissions the past week to our Local Voices section, we had a good variety of posts.
Angela Storch with the American Red Cross shared information about another area person helping with the cleanup efforts of Hurricane Sandy; Ariel Butler wrote about Northfield's connection to the largest mass hanging in the United States; and school board member-elect Rob Hardy shared his thoughts about the proposed "balanced" calendar that could have school start in mid-August next year.
Click on the links to read the posts.
- Cooking Connects: Chef Vayu Maini Rekdal's Food Philosophy
- Faribault Man Headed to New York—49 Volunteers from Southern Minnesota Region Deployed to Help with Hurricane Sandy
- Raider Bantam A Team Wins Fergus Falls Invitational Tournament
- Remembering the Hangings at Mankato: 150 Years Ago Today
- Y Kids Tri Volunteers are Making a Difference
- American Red Cross Assists in Lonsdale Area Christmas Eve House Fire & Dec. 26 Dundas House Fire
- A Flexible Learning Year in Northfield: Some Initial Thoughts
- Grateful for 2012 and Excited for 2013
- Northfield Lines, Inc. Awarded "2012 Marketing Award" by Tour Minnesota Association
- Junior Hockey in Northfield? Give Your Feedback!