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Wed
08
Mar

A BLESSING WHEN DEALING WITH DEATH

Stroeing family finds Quiet Oaks Hospice House

by Carol Moorman, Staff Writer

 

Melrose–Gathered around Sylvester “Ves” Stroeing’s bed, loved ones, a doctor and nurse prayed the rosary as Ves

Thu
02
Mar

Heartwarming Share the love raises close to $18,300.

Heartwarming Share the love raises close to $18,300...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

 
Thu
02
Mar

Perfect pastime

Cards and conversation ...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

 
Thu
02
Mar

Murder-Mystery Payback

Murder mystery among items on Saturday’s St. Mary’s Auction4 Education

by Carol Moorman,
Staff Writer

 

Melrose–There was a loud scream as guests of the Calypso Ball visited in a ballroom.

 

Thu
23
Feb

Duck Boat Dynasty

Carstens Industries inducted

into Waterfowl Hall of Fame

By Carol Moorman,
Staff Writer

 

Melrose–Howard Carstens scoots around Carstens Industries in Melrose Wednesday afternoon on his camoufl aged scooter, complete with a duck call hanging from the front.

Wed
22
Feb

Koopmeiners enjoys VA volunteering

Encourages others to do the same...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

 
Wed
22
Feb

Duke Francisco and Duchess Alexis

See next week's Beacon for more SnowDaze photos...

Wed
22
Feb

Stars Among us

Jacobs, Fr. Thielman humbled by honors...To read the rest of this story, please read the Beacon "E-Edition" updated every Wednesday AM by clicking here.

Tue
21
Feb

Watkins man rescued from burning vehicle

 

Watkins man rescued from burning vehicle

Rural Freeport–A number of people helped rescue a Watkins man from a burning  vehicle before it became engulfed in flames around 6 p.m., Feb. 19, after a rollover about two miles south of Freeport in Oak Township.

Thu
16
Feb

Lasting Love

By Carol Moorman,
Staff Writer

Rural Greenwald– Marilyn and Fritz Uphus have collected hundreds of rocks during their 65 years of married life, displayed around their rural Greenwald home. And each one is precious. But the most precious items in their lives are each other. Their lasting love is proof that through good and challenging times 

 

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