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The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) clothing drop-off will resume again every Friday morning, from 9 a.m. – noon, beginning April 3 and continuing through Sept. 25. The drop-off location is 609 Fourth Ave. NE, Little Falls. The DAV will take any clean clothing, shoes, ties, purses, belts, bed...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk,  Staff Writer  The Upsala School Board has again turned down an offer from Swanville to pair sports programs, citing a lack of need and resistance from the community. “(The coaches) don’t see any sense of urgency in this pairing,” said Supt. Gery Arndt. “They don’t wa...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer Don Fiedler was just beginning to enjoy his retirement in December 2012, after many years as a teacher in Pierz, when a routine physical began a journey that revealed Fiedler to be a medical marvel: he was suffering from not one but three kinds of cancer. “I never...Read More
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Alyson Koering, Ft. Ripley, was crowned the 2015 Crow Wing County Dairy Princess, March 21. Reilley Hettver, Brainerd, was named the Junior Dairy Princess and Kirsten Schroer, Brainerd, Grace Studniski, Fort Ripley, and Anna Young, Pierz, each received the title of Dairy Ambassador. The Miss Congeni...Read More
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The sounds of birds singing, the snow melting, warmer days and blue skies are all signs that spring is near — however, John Salmon of Little Falls caught one more sign of spring — a kite stuck in a tree!...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Royalton School District Supt. Jon Ellerbusch and Jay Cameron of Architects Rego + Youngquist (ARY) of St. Louis Park presented a request for a conditional use permit (CUP) to the Royalton City Council, March 3. A proposed addition to the south end of the Royalton E...Read More
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