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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Nathan Waldoch starts hauling out his 13 totes of lights, extension cords and Christmas decorations right after Halloween. Each year, he decorates his home and yard just a little more. “I added a manger this year,” the Cushing man said. “It took me about 40 hours ...Read More
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Tony Wenzel of Randall was headed home Tuesday night and said the sun appeared with this beautiful “blood red” sky.  “I bolted for home to get my camera and was able to get a few shots before it completely disappeared,” he said....Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer European overpiping, or the elaborate decoration of cakes, has been around for more than a century. It was started in England by an Italian named Secuda Borella who wrote a book on cake decorating techniques. This skill was handed down from generation to generation in Eu...Read More
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A Staples man fell through the ice on Lake Alexander Dec. 13, and was able to pull himself to safety. Brent Sorenson, 33, was driving his ATV about 4 p.m. across Thoroughfare Bay on Lake Alexander, went past the narrows and decided to go back to the bay. Sorensen then drove his ATV on the [...]...Read More
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Due to strong interest since an informational meeting in November, an organizational meeting for the farmers market to be located at the Boys and Girls Club site in Little Falls will be held Monday, at 7 p.m. in the upstairs meeting area at the Red Bull Bar. This meeting will center around and focus...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Patricia Fernelius of Royalton holds many memories of Christmases past very dear to her heart. Many of them she and her husband, Roger, have passed down to their children and grandchildren. Christmas Eve meant gathering at her grandparents’ home with many aunts, u...Read More
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By Jim Wright, Correspondent The Little Falls Community Schools (LFCS) Facilities Steering Committee, more than 70 strong, met Dec. 8, to continue considering ways to “protect two of the community’s greatest assets — first our kids and secondly our schools.” This meeting was for review of p...Read More
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In the early 1950s, Munsingwear was manufacturing clothing in the brick building, now apartments, directly across Broadway Avenue from the Post Office in Little Falls. The rug in this photo was made from scraps left over from the clothing, by seamstress Martha Zack, who worked for Munsingwear for 20...Read More
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