Hutchinson Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Office had people seeing dots when they participated in the annual golf tournament July 27. Some of the 80 golfers from local businesses who participated in the Chamber’s Hometown Golf Challenge, got into the spirit of this year’s theme, Divots & Dots. They drove decorated golf carts and wore colorful clothing at the scramble tournament, which included lunch and a short program. In addition, staffed holes at Crow River Golf Club gave businesses representatives the opportunity to share more about their company.
Statewide proficiency data from Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments show reading scores generally remained constant or increased slightly, while math scores remained largely constant or declined slightly. It appears disruptive cyber attacks did not threaten the validity of student scores.
A strong second quarter in the construction industry pushed building activity through the first six months of 2015 to a level more than twice the valuation of projects started during the same period of 2014.
Thursday morning was the last summer meeting of the Hutchinson High School strength and conditioning program, and like past years, members of the community were invited to come watch the spectacle that is known as Tiger Time.