Freeman youngsters have fun on the slide at the swimming pool Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 7. This is the final week of swimming for the 2018 season; the pool is set to close at the end of the day Sunday, Aug. 12.
The room was quiet Tuesday morning, Aug. 14, but action will pick up in the afternoon as driver license renewals return to the Freeman Public Library.
Rain returned to the Freeman community over the weekend after a relatively dry spell, leaving puddles of water like this one at the intersection of Wipf and Third streets.
This photo shows the original, 16-bed Freeman Hospital after it was built in 1952. Numerous additions came to the facility over the years and decades, including a nursing home in 1972.
This photo offers a good look at Main Street looking south as it once was, with the Depot a prominant landmark on the right.
This creature planted itself on one of the Courier office front windows Friday morning, Aug. 3. Merchants State Bank is pictured in the background.
Jayke Glanzer, a 15-year-old from Bridgewater, is featured in the Aug. 2 edition of the Courier in the 5-Minute Interview.
As the calander flips to August, the Freeman Priarie Arboretum is in full bloom, creating a magnificent landscape across this community's beautiful 40 acres located in the southwestern part of town.
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