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Thor Lindquist won $10,000 — now he’s giving it away By Terry Lehrke, News Editor It was supposed to go unnoticed; the sharing of good luck after winning the $10,000 grand prize in the Little Falls Fire Department annual raffle. But folks did notice when Thor Lindquist, that lucky winner, start...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent Starting a family farm is no easy feat. It is a business endeavor that takes patience, persistence and a fair amount of luck. Roger Roerick grew up on his father’s dairy farm. As an adult, he entered the workforce as a construction worker and worked for five years i...Read More
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Charlie’s Pizza will host its fourth annual free meal for community on Christmas By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer   There may be such a thing as a free lunch after all, at least on Christmas.  Every year, Little Falls business owner Charlie Peterka treats the entire city to a hot meal at hi...Read More
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A number of Little Falls School District sporting events were recently canceled due to a high number of students absent because of illness. Superintendent Stephen Jones said that 311 students in the district were absent Dec. 17, totaling 13 percent of total student population.  Jones said that a De...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Rebecca McCollough, along with her husband Garrett, have opened a day spa in Little Falls. Called “Hello Gorgeous,” it is located at 68 E. Broadway and offers a pampering experience from head to toe. If the McCollough name is familiar, it’s because they also own CC...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to set the 2015 levy at $148,000. This is an increase of 5.4 percent from 2014’s levy of $140,000. Amounts which dictated the increase included $23,408 for the County Road 104 project; $22,729 for the county roads 1 and 14 proje...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Dave Reese, with Widseth Smith Nolting Engineers (WSN), presented the feasibility study for the 2015 road improvements set for Superior Avenue and Fourth Street at Wednesday’s Randall City Council meeting. The Council voted to accept the study and proceed with the proj...Read More
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The following children won toys in a prize drawing sponsored by West Side Improvement Association at the Dec. 13 Cookies with Santa event.  Front row (from left): Kandence Hoheisel, 8, Little Falls; J.T. Schmidt, 4, Little Falls; Landon Buehning, 5, Swanville; Tayla Enstad, 6, Little Falls; Alivia ...Read More
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