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By Tina Snell,  Staff Writer The Minneapolis Star and Tribune newspaper recently published its Top 100 workplaces in Minnesota. Work Place Dynamics surveyed many businesses across the state to come up with the top 100. In addition to the top 100 businesses, 55 more in Minnesota were touted for exceeding the national standards for top [...]

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The mock car crash scheduled for this Thursday at the Little Falls Community High School was cancelled due to the possibility of rain. It will be rescheduled for sometime in May.

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Due to the predicted extremely cold weather conditions, Little Falls Community Schools will have a 2 hour late start for Tuesday, January 7, 2014.  There will be no AM Preschool and no morning Kids Korner.

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Fundraising has brought the idea close to reality By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Little Falls Schools would like to replace the 1972 greenhouse on the east side of the school with another. The current structure has become too small, a mere 280 square feet, to accommodate all the classes that utilize it, and it is [...]

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New employee to take the place of retiring Dr. Maxine Strege By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Larry Edgerton has been hired to take the place of retiring Dr. Maxine Strege in the Little Falls School District. He is taking the principalship of two elementary schools (Lincoln and Dr. S.G. Knight) in stride — he was the principal of [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer tina.snell@mcrecord.com While there are still three months left in the school year, the Little Falls School Board members all wished Superintendent Curt Tryggestad well in the new chapter of his life. Tryggestad has applied for and been chosen by the Eden Prairie School District in the Twin Cities as its new [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer tina.snell@mcrecord.com “People deal with money issues every day,” Mike Kaluza said. “When students leave school, it’s imperative to know how to manage money. I don’t think people realize just how important that knowledge really is.” Kaluza, teaches business at the Little Falls Community High School. Among other classes, he also instructs [...]

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