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Mazeppa Daze is coming soon! From July 11 – 14 there are events that will bring an overflow of neighbors, friends, and family having a great time. As always, it starts with the solemnity and honor … more
On Sunday, June 30, Pastor David Neil, Certified Lay Minister, was celebrated for completing 19 years as pastor at Mazeppa United Methodist Church. Pastor Dave also served the Zumbro Falls United … more
Don’t knock it until you try it! I never thought I would enjoy thrifting… I have nothing against garage-saling, thrifting, etc. I’ve bought a few things on Facebook marketplace, typically … more
A 2-man team from the Mazeppa Fire Deparment work together to move the barrel during the Goodhue Volksfest water fight Sunday, June 9th. more
Last month, I had emergency surgery with which came restrictions. No lifting over 15 pounds and no exercising, except for walking. After surgery, a person is typically off work for four to six weeks. … more
As of July 1, 2024 we have received a dumping of garbage including baby diapers, 5 TVs, refrigerator, old tarps, and miscellaneous odds and ends that don’t compost nor belong in our brush site. If … more
We are excited to announce Wabasha County Public Health Spotlight, a monthly newspaper column that is debuting in July. Public Health will be contributing articles about health-related subjects, … more
(GOODHUE, MN) – Goodhue Living, a senior living community managed by Jaybird Senior Living, is proud to announce it has been certified as a Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work … more
THE MAZEPPA JOURNAL, Editor and Publisher: Barbara and Reider Tommeraas FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1956 Norbert Sand Receives Safe Driving Award Norbert P. Sand, Mazeppa’s rural mail carrier, … more
Jeff and Ruth Lee are excited to invite everyone out to the farm on Saturday, July 13th from 7-11am for the Wabasha County Breakfast on the Farm. Visitors will experience life on the farm and learn … more
On Sunday, May 19, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (also known as “Lincoln Church”) or rural Lake City held a special service “praising God and commemorating 58 years of teaching Sunday … more
Off Season storage is anything that you won’t be using for a few months, you relocate it to another area to make more room for what you will be using “now”. It is easier to get at what you need … more
When my brother (Corey) and I were kids, our dad bought a brand new Honda Passport (yellow scooter with a brown seat and a white basket in front). When we got it, we were so small, all three of us … more
May 7th and 8th are a couple days I will never forget. I was so sick with terrible stomach cramps, nausea, and vomiting. I was thinking it was my appendix, but the pain I was experiencing wasn’t … more
Recently the Council of the City of Mazeppa held public hearings. The participation in these meetings was good, and the comments and questions were helpful. Dollar General has approached a local … more
The Miss Mazeppa Committee will be coordinating a youth pageant this year in Mazeppa. Children within the Mazeppa and Zumbrota communities, who are entering the third grade in the 2024-2025 school … more
The Mazeppa Veteran’s Honor Guard kindly invites the community out to the 17th Annual Field of Flags opening ceremony, which will be held at the ball field at Jaycee’s Walking Bridge Park in … more
The Zumbro Falls Lioness/Lions care about the environment and picked up trash on highway 60 for the adopt a highway program on May 8th. 11 bags of trash were collected in the 2 mile stretch and would … more
The Zumbro Falls Lioness/Lions held a planting party at Jenny's Greenhouse in Zumbro Falls on May 4th. 15 kids aged toddler to 11 years old were extremely creative in painting their pots, had fun … more
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. On May … more
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