The Hastings Raiders Boys Hockey Team will also return to action on Thursday night, LIVE on AM 1460 KDWA. The Raider Boys Hockey Team will also travel to play East Ridge, yet, at the Cottage Grove Ice Arena.
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The Hastings Raiders Girls Hockey Team has captured 5 of 6 points over the last week of action, beating Shakopee, and tying Park, before winning 4-2 over Woodbury, Tuesday. Head Coach Jeff Corkish has more!
Head Coach Nick Johnson of the Prescott Cardinals Boys Basketball Team also joined KDWA Sports' Nick Tuckner on Wednesday, following their huge road victory, at Osceola, on Tuesday night, in Middle Border Conference action.
TWO TEAMS SURGING: The Hastings Girls Hockey Team, and the Prescott Boys Basketball Team have both had a tremendous week, in Conference Play.
School District 833 Spokesperson Barb Brown joined KDWA Sports on Wednesday afternoon, to release a statement relating to the paid-leave of Head Varsity Gymnastics Coach Terry Hardy, ticketed for tattooing and piercing minors.
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Parents deserve some time away from their kids to enjoy an evening out. On Friday, December 13th from 5pm - 9pm, you can drop the kids off at Prescott United Church of Christ and enjoy a night with your loved one. There will be all sorts of fun, games and dinner for the children. Anita Miller from United Church of Christ talked to KDWA about this event.
There have been discussions about building a new High School in the city of Prescott. With the 27 to 28 million dollar undertaking on the table there are some concerns if it's something Prescott needs or can even afford. Principal of Prescott High School, Dave Vortherms, took the time to talk to KDWA about what has all gone into the discussions so far and where the idea is at currently.
The Hastings Planning Commission met on Monday, December 9th, to discuss Monument and Directional Sign Heights for Regina Medical Center. Due to the separation of the Medical Center and the Senior Living Center, changes like these are common. Planning Associate, Justin Fortney, what changes are being requested.summarized