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  The Rosenmeier Center for State and Local Government will sponsor a forum to discuss the future of oil pipelines in Minnesota in general and the Enbridge Sandpiper pipeline in particular. The forum, Moving Canadian Tar Sands and Bakken Crude Oil to Market: The Minnesota Connection, will be held on Monday, November 10th in Central […]

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Camp Ripley announces a community engagement event on November 11 — Veterans Day — on the campus of St. Cloud Technical and Community College. The genesis for the idea began more than 18 months ago when Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota and community partners began talking about the growing number of veterans, service members and families who […]

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The Advisory Board of the Morrison County Area Foundation (MCAF) credits the community for making Cheers to Morrison County a success. “Thanks to the support of 28 local sponsors and a partnership with the Flyer Athletic Booster Club, we were able to put together a very fun program for over 450 attendees that raised dollars […]

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To honor and acknowledge the service provided to the United States of America by all soldiers and veterans, Great River Arts (GRA) will host, “A Veterans Day Feature” Tuesday. In addition to the 21 Gun Salute in Bank Square at 11:11 a.m. followed by a lunch held at the VFW at noon, GRA will have […]

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Danny Noss said it doesn’t take a gun to make a soldier  By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Danny Noss, now a Randall resident, spent 22 years in the Army, traveling in the U.S., Korea, Germany and Saudi Arabia. Noss, who grew up in North Dakota, joined the Army Dec. 1, 1970. He volunteered for Vietnam, but […]

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By David Hoadley, Correspondent Mary Konen had already lived an active life when she started her two-year military service toward the end of World War II. Now at age 90, she can relax a bit in her Little Falls home. “I was born in New Ulm,” Konen said, “In Brown County. Then when I was 5, […]

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Preimesberger among those recognized for service during World War II By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Henry Preimesberger was honored for the first time in September for his years of service as a Merchant Marine in World War II — and as a veteran. Merchant Mariners were not recognized as part of the U.S. Armed Forces and when their […]

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The quest for perfection ended today for USA. The Patriots fell to section 7 champion Braham 44-28. Braham jumped out to an early lead, and led 30-0 at halftime. USA found some offense in the second half as Tyler Evans threw three touchdowns, two to senior Jordan Sales. But they could never get closer than […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Shirley Waytashek was diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2013. If she looks familiar, she’s that checkout gal at Walmart that loves to chat. On Saturday, Nov. 15, Waytashek’s family will be hosting a benefit at the Little Falls VFW, located at 1210 Third Avenue NE. The event runs from 4 […]

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