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The search for the Oktoberfest medallion worth $500 in Pierz Bucks is in its fourth day — the fourth clue, as well as the three previous clues are below: Wednesday, Aug. 20 No need to fear our lions den, They’ve been here 50 years. The welcome mat has been unfurled For a splendid time in [...]

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Tuesday, Aug. 19 The concert and the fireworks Will be good times on Saturday. For those still searching high and low, The arrows point the way. Monday, Aug. 18 Attention all medallion seekers, Expedite this mission. Will you be the clever one To deduce its concealed position? Sunday, Aug. 17 The clues will lead you [...]

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Richard (Chris) Guy Christiansen, age 71, a resident of Little Falls, MN passed away Aug. 13, 2014 at Little Falls Care Center.

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Westbound lanes open, eastbound remains on narrow temporary lanes Motorists driving through Rice will find unimpeded travel on the new westbound Highway 10 bridge spanning County Road 2, which opened Friday, Aug. 15  at 7:40 a.m. All permanent lanes and ramps of westbound Highway 10 in Rice are also now open. Motorists on eastbound Highway [...]

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The date for the food distribution through Living Bread Pantry at the Grub and Pub Store in Ramey, will change to the fourth Saturday of the month, beginning, Aug. 23. The distribution will continue to run from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Working much like Ruby’s Pantry food distribution, people pay $15 for a basket [...]

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MONDAY (2nd clue):    Attention all medallion seekers, Expedite this mission. Will you be the clever one To deduce its concealed position?   SUNDAY (1st clue): The clues will lead you to the prize, So don’t put up a stink. It’s true the hunt is difficult, It’s all to make you think.

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The American Rosie the Riveter Association is trying to locate women who worked on the home front during World War II. Thousands of women worked to support the war effort as riveters, welders, electricians, inspectors in plants, sewing clothing and parachutes for the military, ordnance workers, rolling bandages, clerical, farming and many other jobs such [...]

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Fun begins Sunday, Aug. 17, with Oktoberfest medallion hunt By Terry Lehrke, News Editor With the Oktoberfest in its 30th year and the Pierz Lions Club commemorating 50 years of service, the annual Pierz community event is chock-full of celebratory activities. Initiated in 1984, the event started as a celebration of the area’s German heritage. The week kicks [...]

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