No injuires, but the third and final fire that ignited within 24 hours in the Haag family home is under investigationThe State Fire Marshal’s Office is assisting with an investigation into a house fire that displaced a family of 11 the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 9. Pat and Jodi Haag and nine of their children, ages 6 to 21, are staying at a hotel in Pipestone until they can move back into their home near Trosky.
Saturday tournament at PAS draws hundreds of students from 21 schoolsHundreds of students wearing formal clothes filled the Pipestone Area Schools (PAS) middle and high school Saturday, Feb. 10 to participate in an activity many people may fear more than just about anything else — public speaking. The annual PAS speech tournament brought 337 students from 21 schools, as well as a small army of volunteers to the school for much of the day.
Pipestone Area Schools’ (PAS) legal counsel has raised a couple concerns about allowing a proposed Veterans Memorial to be built on school district property. Committee members working on creating a Veterans Memorial in Pipestone proposed to the school board during its Dec. 18 meeting building the memorial south of the middle and high school.
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