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Molly Schilling
Hills-Beaver Creek School District will welcome Molly Schilling as the new secondary school principal for the 2018-19 school year. Superintendent Todd Holthaus previously served as high school principal but will now assume the elementary principal position in Beaver Creek. The new hire and shift of...
Josie Scholten completes facial exercises during the first day of her Royal Playhouse Children’s Theatre rehearsal in April at Coffey Contemporary Arts in Luverne. Scholten plans to attend Columbia University in New York City to study theater.
By Mavis Fodness Last year Columbia University received more than 40,000 applications, including one from 2019 Hills-Beaver Creek High School graduate Josie Scholten. The elite school accepts only 6 percent of its applicants — this year 2,200 students — including Scholten, who received a “...
Quarter 4 A Honor Roll Seniors: Amber Bos, Grace Bundesen, Sidney Fick, Mary-Frances Ladd, Luke LaRock, Garrett Raymon, Josie Scholten, Bailey Swan, Preston Wilhelmi. Juniors: Josie Bartels, Whitney Elbers, Larinda Kellenberger, Kailey Rozeboom. Sophomores: Abby Knobloch, Allison LaRock, Lauren...
The Adrian Dragon girls’ golf team placed second at the Section 3A golf meet Monday in Worthington. Team members are Maddie Wagner (left), Josi Altman, Madelyn Odell, Annika Elias, Gracia Elias and Taya Elias. Altman, Odell and Gracia Elias qualified for the state golf meet as individuals.
The 2019 golf season came to an end for three Luverne girls during the final day of play at the Section 3AA Tournament at Oakdale Golf Club near Buffalo Lake May 28. Luverne junior Anna Huisman, sophomore Paige Sandbulte and freshman Elise Ferrell qualified for the second day of section competition...
Josie Scholten’s Royal Playhouse Children’s Theatre will make its debut this spring with “The Pirates of Penzance” performance slated for mid-May. Scholten is a Hills-Beaver Creek High School senior who created the Royal Playhouse to expose area children to theater and performing arts opportunities...
The Hills-Beaver Creek School District was on alert Friday after learning that a secondary student on social media Thursday night made a threat to “shoot up the school.” Superintendent Todd Holthaus sent a message to district parents Friday morning informing them of the threat. “This threat has...
Trenton Bass, a senior at Hills-Beaver Creek, remains hospitalized from a serious neck injury he suffered Friday night Sept. 8 during a high school football game in Mountain Lake. Supporters around the region are following his recovery, and his mother, Missy Bass, shared a Facebook update Sunday,...
Chief Fire Control Technician Carl Schoneman cn add retired to his military resume. The U.S. Navy veteran and 1996 graduate of Hills-Beaver Creek High School was honored at a special ceremony recently in Washington, D.C.
Chief Fire Control Technician Carl Schoneman will retire from the Navy on Aug. 31 after 20 years and six deployments at sea. His message to young adults back home? “Rock County may seem like the center of the universe, but it’s a big world out there,” he said. “Keep an open mind. You never know...

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