15 Years Ago HASTINGS STAR-GAZETTE July 27, 2006 Adopt a Pet! Zeus is a 9-week-old mixed breed male basset hound. He is a cut tri-colored puppy and is a huge responsibility, so he should be adopted …
15 Years Ago HASTINGS
STAR-GAZETTE July 27, 2006 Adopt a Pet!
Zeus is a 9-week-old mixed breed male basset hound. He is a cut tri-colored puppy and is a huge responsibility, so he should be adopted by someone for a lifetime. He is very sweet, but does not know anything yet, so be prepared to potty train him and bring him to obedience class. Zeus is scheduled to be neutered and can be adopted for $300. About this feature: Pets listed in the Pet of the Week are available at Animal Ark, a no-kill shelter located at 2600 Industrial Court, off Spiral Boulevard in Hastings Busines and Industrial Park. Readers interested in the pet featured or any of the 100 or more dogs and cats available should contact the shelter… the adoption fee includes the cost of spaying or neutering the animal.
Cable 14… Hastings Community Television Program Schedule for July 27 Thursday, July 27 3 p.m. – Second Chance 4 p.m. – County Attorney Update 5 p.m. – Gov. Pawlenty visits Hastings 5:30 p.m. – 1996 State Champs 6:30 p.m. – Channel 14 news 7:30 p.m. – Rivertown Days Grand Parade 9:30 p.m. – Channel 14 news 10:30 p.m. – Random access 30 Years Ago August 1, 1991 School district to ask voters for more money SUMMARY: Its revenue expected to fall short of expenses for the forseeable future, the Hastings School Board will ask voters this November to approve the levying of an additional $1.2 million in each of the next five years to maintain programs and staff in the district.
(story by Jane Lightbourn) Quotes from the school administration: “Some Pollyannas say that the Legislature will do something in 1992, but I don’t see anything happening, any cause for optimism.” –Kenneth LaCroix, Superintendent “If we don’t do it, it means total disaster.” –Jack Lewis, School Board member Why the levy? (box explanation) School budget expected to go in the red: General fund balance Fiscal year end ’90 – ’91: $364,000 ’91 – ’92 General fund receipts: $19, 616,000 (Combined total): $19,980,000 Subtotal ’91 – ’92 Est. General fund expenses: $20,125,000 Balance (deficit): $145,000 ’92 – ’93 receipts: +$19,986,000 Subtotal ’92 – ’93 expenses: $20,715,000 Balance (deficit): $874,000 What will it cost me?
Proposed levy to exact an extra $35/year from property worth $75,000 and $50 – $60 year for a $100,000 home 45 Years Ago THE HASTINGS GAZETTE July 29, 1976 Nguyen House Fund The Hastings Family Service reports that they now have $9,104.54 in the Nguyen House fund. About $10,000 is needed for the down payment. The Nguyens are hoping to be able to move to their new home in the next few weeks. Furniture especially is needed at this time as are beds. Anyone who has furniture to donate should contact the Hastings Family Service., 437-****.
MIESVILLE News St. Joseph’s Church Fr. Marvin J. Klaers Holy Mass: Saturday evening—8 p.m.
The Rosary will be said 15 min. before Sat. and Sun.
Masses. Thursday—8 p.m. First Friday—9 a.m. Other weekday Masses as announced. Sacrament of Penance: Sat., 7:15 – 7:45 p.m.
A special Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop John Roach in the St. Paul Cathedral on Sunday, Aug. 1, commemorating the 41st International Eucharistic Congress in Philadelphia, Aug. 1-9.
Mass on Monday, Aug. 2, 8 a.m. in St. Joseph’s Church will be for the intention of the suffering, and a 7:50 a.m. Mass on Wed., Aug. 4, in St. Mary’s, New Trier, will be for religious vocations.
Chris Schaffer, Jennifer and Susan Conzemius were named to the Court of Honor in the annual 4-H Style Revue held at the Rosemount Senior High Friday night. In Clothing construction judging the day before, Chris and Jennifer received blue ribbons and Susan a Red. Other members of the Douglas Club who were in the Style Revue and ribbons received on construction are: Lois Ludwig, Blue; Linda Mainz, White; Theresa Raway, Blue; Julie Conzemius, Blue and Gretchen Weber, Red.
Miesville Marigold members who participated and ribbons on construction are: Cathie Niebur, Red; Ann Illa, Blue; Cathie Illa, Red, and Joan Illa, Blue.
NOTICE The City of Hastings is presently considering the pros and cons regarding the expansion of the Midtown Shopping Center. All residential property owners that are close to the proposed project are being notified regarding a meeting on July 29, 1976, at 6:30 P.M. at the City Hall.
The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss what can be done to minimize the negative impact of the development on the neighborhood. Comments on this matter will be greatly appreciated.
City of Hastings Dexter J. Marston Local Bloodmobile Drive Exceeds Quota, 335 Units Donated (photo by Nguyen Throung) While these children occupied their time with toys and a cookie snack time, their parents were busy donating blood in the room on the other side of the wall. General chairperson Mickey O’Connor reports that a total of 335 units of blood were collected, 10 more units than the quota. The two-day donor count was 369, with 34 deferrals. “We thought we did pretty good,” commented the chairwoman, “there were 45 first-time donors, too, which is great.” Waiting for their parents (above left to right) were Jennifer Eckes, Teen Volunteer Julie Goranson, Chad Eckes, Michelle Waterly, Maureen O’Connor, and Mike O’Connor (more pictures in the newspaper archive at the City Hall Pioneer Room).
Hastings in the Civil War 157 Years Ago HASTINGS CONSERVER August 23, 1864 LIBERAL.—The appeal from the sanitary commission at Nashville, Tenn., published in last week’s paper, calling for rags to be used in dressing wounds, was promptly responded to by the benevolent ladies of Hastings, and a large box was filled and sent off on Thursday last. It is contemplated to send others from time to time. Contributions may be left with Mrs. Lancaster, on Ramsey Street.
The Indian Scare.
Since our last two more men have been found murdered by the Indians, making four or five in all. Col. Pfeander, commander of the post at Fort Ridgley, writes to Gen. Sibley that his scouts had discovered 50 Sioux (Dakota) of White Lodge and Sleepy-Eyes’ bands, between the Big Sioux and Hole-in the-Mountain. Force enough has been dispatched after them to overtake and wipe them out… (Note: Following the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, the government at Washington D.C. voided treaties with the Dakota, and made it illegal for them to live in Minnesota. This could represent the near and immediate aftermath, of that decision).
OUR QUOTAS: Recruiting has been quite brisk for a week or two, and many of the towns of the country are clear of the draft (for Union troops). Hastings is yet behind a number of men, but if the citizens readily respond to the subscription paper, they can easily be obtained. Come on with your money, and we will have no draft. The time is short, and prompt action is essential.
We notice that most if not all of the state papers print the name of Judge McMillan with an e instead of an a. This is a material error, and should be rectified before any tickets are sent out. Will our exchanges please make a note of it.