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Three educators in Pierz School District 484 will retire at the end of this school year and were honored and thanked Wednesday for their years of service. Pictured are (from left): Pat Niosi, speech pathologist at Pioneer Elementary who finishes a 42-year career (1973-2015); Rick Sczublewski, social...Read More
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New addition courtesy of the Royalton Lions Club  By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Members of the Royalton Lions Club have been hard at work already this spring sprucing up areas around Royalton, which included installing a new dock at the boat ramp at Blanchard Dam. The Lions Club is the official...Read More
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      Little Falls Community High School students, led by agriculture teacher Erin Daninger, helped Live Better Live Longer with preparing and sowing seeds for the organization’s community garden in Gamradt Park in west Little Falls. The field trip was an opportunity for the student...Read More
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  A Long Prairie man was killed Saturday, May 23, when the pickup he was driving collided with another pickup in Swanville Township. Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larsen reported that about 10:11 p.m. his office received a report of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Cable Road and D...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Memorial Day is a time for citizens to honor Americans who have died while in military service. It’s an inspiring sight to see American flags decorating gravestones in cemeteries across the country — a humbling reminder of the ultimate sacrifice made by many to ...Read More
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School Board ‘disappointed’ after LF votes 2,197-1,471 against facilities funding By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer Little Falls residents decided against a proposed $36.65 million facilities’ bond referendum at the polls Tuesday with a final tally of 1,471 for and 2,197 against. A total of 3...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer Money may not grow on trees, but apparently houses do, at least for one tenacious family of do-it-yourself builders in Burtrum. Dean and Donna Lange, and daughter Kendra Lange, have been hard at work for the better part of a year constructing a vacation cabin of 850...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann, Staff Writer The first ever Green Fair in Royalton, hosted May 14, put a nice end to a Community Energy Challenge that the city and the school have been working on for the past months. Students and city organizations, such as the Tree Board, displayed projects having to do with ren...Read More
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