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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer After a presentation by Lori Vrolson, the executive director of Central MN Council on Aging (CMCOA), the Morrison County Commissioners voted to donate $2,534 to the council. Through federal, state and individual funding, the CMCOA awards money to senior service providers that help seniors stay in their homes, whether a traditional [...]

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Beau Liddell has been behind the camera for more than 30 years By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Beau Liddell of Little Falls is featured in the upcoming third edition of the Capture Minnesota photography book. In fact, he won the grand prize for his picture of “Sailin’ Into the Fog” on Lake Superior in the Grand [...]

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By Tina Snell Staff Writer tina.snell@mcrecord.com   Contract agreements were reached with Little Falls School District employees with little fanfare. The groups with new contracts include Minnesota State Education Association (MSEA) specialists, MSEA food service employees, MSEA secretaries and paraprofessionals, MSEA business office clerks and the superintendent. All agreed on a three-year contract which include [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer On Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 19-20, new teacher induction will be held in the Little Falls School District. It will be an acclimation period for teachers to learn the operations of the district. There will be sessions on technology, district policies and procedures and human resources information. New teachers will meet [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer   The eighth annual Motley Two Rivers Music Fest will be held Saturday, July 26, at the Motley Fairgrounds. While only one day of activities and music this year, organizers promise it will be as pleasing to the ears as ever before. The day begins with the Motley Fire Department’s annual [...]

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By Tim Sumner, Pastor, The River, Little Falls More and more people need relief from the mundane. More and more people need encouragement in their lives. More and more people need a hug. As I saw them, and as I spoke to them, I saw tears. Tears of grief. Tears of sorrow. Tears that showed [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor With a vote to pay off the remaining $110,000 for its Cassie Street Bond, the city of Pierz is one step closer to becoming debt-free in 10 years. That’s part of a goal the Council put together several years ago and provided the city doesn’t bond for another project. By paying [...]

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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Representatives from the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) coordinated a multi-location presentation Wednesday in Royalton, showcasing the clean energy projects and successes of the city of Royalton. The event was free and open to the public. CERTs is under the umbrella of the University of Minnesota, but actually serves as a partner [...]

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