Mayo Clinic Health System in Springfield, MN
As we start 2019, our medical center is in a much different place than this time last year. With the transitions that took place in late 2018, we have moved to make our local health care delivery system sustainable.
Springfield Public Library
Almost a year ago, a group of local citizens gathered together at the Springfield Public Library for their first informal meet and greet, shared a few comments about the most recent book each had read, and made concrete plans for contin
City of Springfield employees — seated, from left: Amy Vogel, Jeff Weisensel, Doug Walton, Joel Pingeon, Tim Gramentz and Brenda Anderson.  Back: Dan Domeier, Randy Wendt, Jason Fenger, Todd Windschitl and Linda Roiger.
The City of Springfield’s management recognizes the importance of retaining quality employees.  Twenty-two workers recently received Certificates of Appreciation for long-term service.
Jay Drury
During the summer between his sophomore and junior high school years, Jay Drury applied for a job at Madsen Drugs in Pipestone.
St. John's Circle of Care GrandKids program
It’s a dilemma many Minnesota parents face — trying to find affordable child care. 
“We have a small herd of reindeer that we keep, and pamper, as pets. We absolutely adore these animals,” said the Bluestem Reindeer Ranch team.
With visions of Santa and his reindeer and sleigh on their Christmas Eve visit in the minds of children  around the world, local children had the opportunity to see a pair of
Mayo Clinic Health System in Springfield, MN
Springfield Public Library
City of Springfield employees — seated, from left: Amy Vogel, Jeff Weisensel, Doug Walton, Joel Pingeon, Tim Gramentz and Brenda Anderson.  Back: Dan Domeier, Randy Wendt, Jason Fenger, Todd Windschitl and Linda Roiger.
Jay Drury
St. John's Circle of Care GrandKids program
“We have a small herd of reindeer that we keep, and pamper, as pets. We absolutely adore these animals,” said the Bluestem Reindeer Ranch team.
Mayo Clinic Health System in Springfield, MN
As we start 2019, our medical center is in a much different place than this time last year. With the transitions that took place in late 2018, we have moved to make our local health care delivery system sustainable. Keeping rural health care sustainable is a challenge for many. In fact, the...
Springfield Public Library
Almost a year ago, a group of local citizens gathered together at the Springfield Public Library for their first informal meet and greet, shared a few comments about the most recent book each had read, and made concrete plans for continued meetings which would be held on the first Tuesday of each...
City of Springfield employees — seated, from left: Amy Vogel, Jeff Weisensel, Doug Walton, Joel Pingeon, Tim Gramentz and Brenda Anderson.  Back: Dan Domeier, Randy Wendt, Jason Fenger, Todd Windschitl and Linda Roiger.
The City of Springfield’s management recognizes the importance of retaining quality employees.  Twenty-two workers recently received Certificates of Appreciation for long-term service. Service Year Award Certificates were presented in five-year intervals for 20 years or more.   30 Years —...
Jay Drury
During the summer between his sophomore and junior high school years, Jay Drury applied for a job at Madsen Drugs in Pipestone.   During his first day at work he decided that he wanted to someday be a pharmacist.    His entry into the workforce was as a stock boy where he learned the job from the...

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As we start 2019, our medical center is in a much different place than this time last year.

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