Education
By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Seven Royalton technology club members have the  opportunity to give a presentation on their activities and achievements at the Minnesota School Board Association’s (MSBA) annual convention in Minneapolis this month. The group will be traveling to the Minneapolis...Read More
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By Jim Wright, Correspondent Little Falls School District resident Mark Norgren explained in a few words why 37 people were seated around tables in the Little Falls Senior High School commons, two days before Christmas, Monday. “Kids.. Things need to happen; it’s overdue,” he said. Those need...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Little Falls School Board voted Monday to increase the district’s levy by 4.13 percent, not exceeding the proposed levy certified in September. School levies are set by state formula or are approved by the voter                               [...]...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Minnesota’s fastest growing high school sport is trap shooting and Little Falls is jumping on the bandwagon. Community Services Director Steve Larsen said at the Little Falls School Board meeting Monday that 6,100 student athletes represented 185 high school trap shoot...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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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer The Swanville School District has decided to begin interviewing qualified candidates for the position of industrial technology teacher. High School Principal Sheryl Johnson said three candidates have applied for the position, with one additional candidate expressing...Read More
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Mike Malmberg is happy to be back in a smaller district By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Pillager School staff have said their good-byes to Chuck Arns and are welcoming Mike Malmberg as the district’s new superintendent. This is his first job in such a position, but he has the background to step into ...Read More
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