2022-06-22

— SUMMER AG EDITION —

Century Farm, Century Friendship


The Ebert and Hendricksen families’ partnership thrives on a handshake E ven if the Hendricksen family didn’t farm on land that belongs to the Ebert family, chances are good they would have gotten to know the Eberts anyway. Brian Hendricksen farms land currently owned by Kim (Gleason) Ebert and the late Kirk Ebert, but the families’ partnership goes back more […]

Water Main Break Under Discussion



. The Truman City Council discussed the recent water main break, how to pay the bill and warn residents about future emergencies. It’s almost an ironic problem: the more technology that is available today, the more trouble the city has trying to contact everybody in an emergency. This seemed to be the case over Memorial Day weekend, when water main […]

Temps Scorch People, Pavement

Just in time for the summer solstice come temperatures fit for the occasion. Father’s Day started the meltdown with temperatures climbing into the 90s, but Monday’s warnings carried an extra precaution — buckling pavement. According to the National Weather Service, the current heat wave peaked Monday with an excessive heat warning in place until Tuesday at 1 a.m. for counties […]

Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

Remembrance of Things Past …

June 21, 1962 A small twister struck the farm home of Mrms. Les Leonard about 9 p.m. Saturday evening. The wind uprooted trees, tore off most of the shingles, broke several windows and toppled the chimney. The 9th Annual South Central Dairy Day will be held in Lewisville on Thursday, June 28. The Truman Band will march in the parade […]

A Look Back

This photo is from the June 19, 2002, edition of the Truman Tribune: St. Katherine’s will be hosting their 3rd Annual Garden Walk and Luncheon on Saturday, June 22. Among the six gardens to be enjoyed is Gregg and Denise Leiferman’s (pictured above). Members of the committee include Barb Grefe, Karen Lester, Denise Leiferman (pictured) as well as Phyllis Garrison […]

Notes from Nikki

Weeds

I’m pretty sure my feet are more brown this week than they were last. I’m gardening in dirt this year, as opposed to my little raised beds and let me tell you — weeds are no joke. If I wasn’t singing the praises of raised beds before, boy am I now. However, as much as I love my raised beds, […]

Museum Windows Showcase Businesses

The Truman Historical Museum features window displays and the new exhibit focuses on auto dealerships and banks. The first recorded auto dealership was owned by R.O. Armstrong. He was a farmer who built the first telephone exchange in Truman. In 1919 a Chevrolet sold at Truman Motors for $735. In 1931, L.J. Hinton sold his interest in the Mertz Motor […]

In Minnesota News

COMMENTARY: STATE TO REQUIRE TEACHERS TO DEMONSTRATE MARXIST WORLDVIEW TO OBTAIN LICENSE


— Alpha News Staff — Allen Quist and Julie Quist — June 20 — Marxist ideology and practices are coming to Minnesota schools disguised as new teacher licensing rules. The Minnesota teacher licensing board is called the Professional Educators Licensing and Standards Board or PELSB. Each board member was appointed by Gov. Tim Walz and PELSB is fast tracking new […]

News in a Nutshell

PFIZER TRIAL DATA FOR CHILDREN UNDER FIVE SHOWS COVID “VACCINES” TO BE
JUST 3% EFFECTIVE AT BEST (AND THIS WAS PROBABLY JUST A MARGIN OF ERROR, MAKING THE EFFECTIVENESS ZERO)

— Natural News — Ethan Huff — June 21 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and its bed buddy Pfizer are claiming the latter’s new COVID-19 “vaccine” for young children under five is 80% effective. It turns out, however, the true figure is just 3%. What the pharmaceutical-industrial complex has once again done is fudge the data in such […]

In the Headlines

• Cambodia fisherman nets monstrous 13-foot, 661-pound stingray that set new world record for freshwater catch.