Wrapping Jeffrey Scot Bauer in the Quilt of Valor are Kevin Bohn and Kathy Nolte while his mom Judy Job and Janet Coyne stand by during the Webster Veterans Day program, Nov. 12. The quilt was one of five made by the Women of the ELCA Prairie Coteau Conference. Bauer was nominated for a quilt by the Butler Lutheran Church. Bauer has received four South Dakota Distinguished Service awards, two Army Commendation awards, two Army Achievement awards, the Army Good Conduct award, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary medal, Global War on Terrorism Service medal, Combat Action badge and numerous service awards. He has served one tour of duty to Iraq, from 2004 to 2005. Upon receiving the quilt, Bauer said, “Thank you to all veterans who have served and continue to serve. This was a big surprise. Thanks.” See more photos and stories from the Veterans Day program throughout this issue.

Seniors apologize for vandalism



Seniors ­Gabrielle Snell, Mackenzie Kwas­niew­ski and Chase Sigdestad stood in front of the school board during their regular meeting Nov. 15.

Snell advised the school board that she and other seniors have reached out to local businesses around town to apologize for...

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