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March 8, 1945: Herald reports
March 8, 1945: Herald reports Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steinberger were notified that their son Pfc. Florian Steinberger was killed on Luzon, in the Philippines. Pfc. Steinberger becomes the sixth Gold Star Serviceman of Chaska and the third local man to have lost his life in the Pacific Theatre of War.
Chaska hires new assistant city administrator
The City of Chaska has hired a new assistant city administrator. According to the latest city newsletter, Jeffrey Dahl will fill the vacancy made by Bart Fischer's departure. Fischer left Chaska to take a job as the city administrator in Falcon Heights. Dahl was chosen from a pool of more than 60 candidates for the position. He has served as the city administrator in Osseo since 2010. He also served as their development director since 2006. Pr...
Obituary for Barbara Ann Schatz
Barbara Schatz, 74, of Carver, passed away Saturday, March 3, 2012 at the Belle Plaine Lutheran Home. Her husband, Francis spent the last eight days at her bedside. Barbara Ann was born Sept. 29, 1937 in Zeeland, ND to parents Michael and Elizabeth (Streifel) Feist. She was the oldest of three children and attended school in Zeeland. She married Francis Schatz Sept. 19, 1960 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Zeeland, ND. They were blessed with ...
Obituary for Julian Richard Claeys
Julian Claeys, 75, of Carver, died Friday, March 2, 2012 unexpectedly at his home. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, March 10, 11 a.m. at Our Lady of the Prairie Catholic Church, 215 N. Chestnut St., Belle Plaine, MN, with Father Michael Kaluza and Father Thomas Joseph con-celebrating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the mass at church. The interment will be later at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Min...
March 7, 1918: Herald reports
March 7, 1918: Herald reports a Red Cross worker has received this note from a soldier: “Received your socks; They almost fit; Using one for a helmet; The other for a mitt; I hope to meet you when I quit; But where in thunder did you learn to knit?”
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