It takes a lot to save a life

Last week, members of HERT and Barnesville Ambulance (BA) visited a man who was last seen by many, being loaded up onto a chopper. “It was amazing,” BA Paramedic Scott Nelson said. “Everyone was helping and doing their part in the job of saving Mr. Ekre.” On February 9, 2019, Steve Ekre had what is…

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HERT thanks Mrs. Langerud’s Class

All of the members at the Hawley Emergency Response Team (HERT) would like to thank Mrs. Langerud’s class for making up these sweet bags. The students did this for Hometown Heros Week and it really made our day. As volunteers, we really love it when people thank us!

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The Talent and Time behind Hallie Hogenson’s “Rogue”

Hallie Hogenson, an advanced art student in Tara Hager’s class, took six-thousand pictures of herself.  “Out of the six-thousand photos I took, for a different art project might I add, I saw this one and thought to myself, “that looks like it should be on the cover of a magazine,” so I made it a…

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As fears over the COVID-19 virus mount, extreme measures are being taken

Locally, Hawley High School Principal Kelly Anderson sent out this statement: “Good morning, Hawley Public School will be closed Wednesday, March 18 – Friday, March 27, 2020 per the directive of the state. BASE will be available for students whose parents/guardians work in the health-care field, including first responders. We are also working on a…

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Slush is not good unless it comes from the Hawley DQ.

It has been a difficult ice fishing season so far in 2020 and now that there is flooding on most local lakes, Anglers need to be cautious. Just last week, a four-wheeler was pulled out of the frozen waters of Lake 15 near Rollag. Tell them you read it in the Herald …

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Stop and Pop!

Brady Gratton scores on this nice stop and pop shot. Don’t miss any of the action in your Hawley Herald.

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Will Hawley be the next school to “break the pencil” on cursive writing?

Hawley Elementary currently teaches cursive handwriting in third grade, but whether the ancient style of handwriting continues is now open for discussion. “We are having a larger discussion on cursive writing and going forward, catching up with the times,” Principal Ellingson stated and went on to say, “There are a lot of different philosophies, so…

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Cade Carley featured in Baseball Book

Cade Carley from Hawley High School is featured in Breakdown Sports Media’s annual yearbook of Minnesota high school baseball. In the full-color, 200-page preview, top players from around the state are featured with photos, statistics, scouting reports, and a short Q and A.

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