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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Tuesday, as usual, was a busy night for area sports. The Little Falls boys hockey team came away with a narrow 4-3 victory at Exchange Arena. The Brainerd-Little Falls girls hockey team fell 3-1 to rival Alexandria last night as well. In boys basketball Little Falls topped Alexandria 46-43, Holdingf...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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The Little Falls boys hockey team highlighted a busy couple of days of area sports this past Friday and Saturday. The Flyers topped Northern Lakes 5-2 at Exchange Arena Friday night to improve to 3-4 this season. All six area boys basketball teams were active on either Friday or Saturday. Swanville ...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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