Friends & Family

Mike and Bev Krueger are pictured with local health care providers, from left: Teresa Hensch, R.N., Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE); Linda Carruthers, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist; and Kelsey Nylander, D.C., family medicine.
Mike Krueger was distressed when diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. He was determined, however, to manage the condition without medication.    Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that affects the way one’s body metabolizes sugar (glucose), the body’s important source of fuel.  With type 2 diabetes...
Backbone to Health team — from left: Donna Krueger, Nancy Anderson, Bev Krueger, Mike Rogotzke, Crissy Rogotzke and Ashley Rogotzke.  Team members not available for picture are Theresa Beckman, Rachael Beckman and Tammy Kieper.
Jake and Jamie Wenisch and their sons, Brody, 5, and Kasen, 2.
Five - year - old Brody Wenisch loves Monster trucks, Batman and Wonder Woman action figures and cartoons.  He likes to color pictures, ride in the combine with Grandpa Darrell, and play catch with his Daddy.  “Brody pitches to his Daddy. He has a very good arm,” said his mother, Jamie Wenisch,...
The Springfield Public Library Summer Reading Program ended with a big splash on Wednesday, July 27.  The children who finished the program enjoyed a private pool party sponsored by John Watson Post American Legion and the Sons of the American Legion (SAL). They loved it! 
Betty Trudeau with her prize-winning arrangement of lilies in the Garden Study Club’s Flower Show Friday, June 24.
Betty Trudeau won grand championship honors at the eighty-first annual flower show sponsored by the Springfield Garden Study Club held at the Farmers & Merchants Bank last Friday, June 24.  The theme of the show was ‘Hats Off to Flowers.’ Betty’s prizewinning arrangement was entered in Section...
Anne Goedtke, Erin Hauth and Rebecca Goeman are pictured as they prepared for pilgrimage in Spain.
Erin Hauth, Anne Goedtke, and Rebecca Goeman, all three 2011 graduates of Springfield High School, left the U.S. yesterday (May 17) to go on a 500-mile walk in Northern Spain. This pilgrimage is commonly known as the Camino de Santiago, which means ‘The Way of Saint James’ when translated to...
Agnes Wolf has two beautiful orchid plants blooming in her home. The white orchid plants (there are two plants in this pot) was a Christmas gift in 2013, and currently has 19 blossoms.  The lavender plant, a gift at Christmas 2014, has 16 blossoms.
Agnes Wolf had her first experience with orchids when she received a beautiful plant as a Christmas gift.  For many people, their first gift orchid is the beginning of a long-term love affair with these exotic flowers, and that is the case with Agnes. Today she has a couple of beautiful, thriving...
DuWayne and Shannon Peterson and family — Fabio Yaksik, Amelia and Nick.
International student experiences include the process of assimilating the new culture, and despite much preparation beforehand, can be overwhelming.  Fabio Yaksik, 17, of Bolivia, who is attending Springfield High School during the 2015-16 academic year, and is living with the DuWayne and Shannon...
Springfield Community Theatre’s variety show “Something To Do On a Saturday Night” will go on stage February 20 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center at Springfield Public School.  If you are interested in performing in the show, please call Sharon Rogotzke at 507-723-5117 or Jeff Krueger at 507-...

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