On hand for the Memorial Run.
A variety of outfits and beards showed up for the Memorial Run in Minneota on Saturday. Over 300 riders were on hand. They took off for the ride about noon and will return for the evening presentation.
Registering for the Memorial Run. About 300 participants showed up on Saturday.
Bailey Kaas and Emily Buysse, Boxelder Bug Day royalty helped riders register at the Memorial Run in Minneota on Saturday.
Motorcyclists headed down Jefferson Street.
Around 300 motorcycle riders started the 16th Annual Memorial Run in Minneota on Saturday. After gathering at the City Hall Bar & Grill, they took off for the afternoon ride. They will return for an evening meal, program and presentations. Here they drove down Jefferson Avenue.
Minneota firemen joined retried New York City firefighters John Martorann, (white shirt on left) and Ed Breen (white shirt on right). They gave tours inside the “9/11 Never Forget” mobile exhibit. Martorann and Breen, brothers-in-laws, were at Ground Zero for search and rescue for several days following the 9/11 tragedy. Minneota firefighters are: (left to right) Grant Moorse, Josh Swedzinski and John Winters.
As we watched on television as the Twin Towers were first struck by planes and then collapsed into heap like a house of cards, it seemed like a fiction story. But to the surviving New York firefighters and law enforcement personnel, the day was very real.
With her eye on the ball, Sydney Larson hit it back toward the net and kept watching. She will be one of the front-line girls expected to help the Vikings this year.
Hayley Fruin paces the gymnasium floor like a field general looking over her troops. There were so many girls reporting for practice Monday she had to call in the reserves to help control the crowd.
Minneota will need to sort out their offensive and defensive lines if they hope to move back to the state tournament this year. One of those being counted on is senior T.J. Esping, who underwent blocking drills under the tutelage of lineman coach Brian Rodas.
Minneota’s dominance in Class A football is well documented. They won the state title in 2014 and again in 2015 and claim six state championships including 1986, ‘87, ‘88, and 2009.
On hand for the Memorial Run.
Registering for the Memorial Run. About 300 participants showed up on Saturday.
Motorcyclists headed down Jefferson Street.
Minneota firemen joined retried New York City firefighters John Martorann, (white shirt on left) and Ed Breen (white shirt on right). They gave tours inside the “9/11 Never Forget” mobile exhibit. Martorann and Breen, brothers-in-laws, were at Ground Zero for search and rescue for several days following the 9/11 tragedy. Minneota firefighters are: (left to right) Grant Moorse, Josh Swedzinski and John Winters.
With her eye on the ball, Sydney Larson hit it back toward the net and kept watching. She will be one of the front-line girls expected to help the Vikings this year.
Minneota will need to sort out their offensive and defensive lines if they hope to move back to the state tournament this year. One of those being counted on is senior T.J. Esping, who underwent blocking drills under the tutelage of lineman coach Brian Rodas.

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With her eye on the ball, Sydney Larson hit it back toward the net and kept watching. She will be one of the front-line girls expected to help the Vikings this year.

Hayley Fruin paces the gymnasium floor like a field general looking over her troops.

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George Fairley Minehart, 84, of Marshall passed away on Sunday, August 20, 2017 in Sioux Falls, SD.

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