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Jordan Malikowski leads project to clean up trails  by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer Jordan Malikowski likely never dreamed when he joined Cub Scouting that he would one day earn his Eagle Scout award. At the age of 15, he has done just that. He joined as a Wolf cub in 2006, when he was in second […]

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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer Thousands of cattle around Central Minnesota have had their hooves trimmed courtesy of Steve’s Hoof Trimming. Steve Jansma has been trimming hooves since 1997. He grew up on a dairy farm in southwestern Minnesota near Maple Grove, farming with his father from 1980 to 1986. After their farm was taken […]

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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer Members of the Live Better! Live Longer! (LBLL) initiative have been holding community gatherings around the county during the past year. Wednesday featured two such gatherings in Little Falls — one at breakfast and one at supper. The agenda included a meal followed by a short presentation about LBLL’s purpose […]

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Terry Lanoue purchased the business from Lert and Lana Zander  By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Lana and Lert Zander have sold Long Prairie Sanitation to Terry Lanoue, who has been in the sanitation business most of his life. “My parents, Leroy and Donna, owned Peterson Brothers Sanitation in Anoka for many years,” said Lanoue. “They also […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Friends of the Lindbergh Heritage was created to preserve, protect and provide education and advocacy for the Lindbergh Historic site, Lindbergh State Park and the Little Elk Heritage Preserve and to showcase these facilities and their histories now and for the future. That is the mission statement of the 75 […]

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Unlike most mental health professionals, Jeanna Ring has been going to high school for the past two years. Ring is a school-based mental health provider with an onsite office at Royalton High School (RHS). Although an employee of Northern Pines Mental Health Center in Little Falls, Ring meets exclusively with Royalton students and their families. […]

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Pam Gilson offers an eclectic smattering of first- and second-hand items   By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Pam Gilson, and her St. Cloud cousin, Cindy Brownell, have opened another secondhand shop in Little Falls. While some have come and gone, New, Used and Beyond is one that just may stick around. When walking into the shop, one […]

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The Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner for 2013 will be held Thursday, Nov. 28, at the Little Falls Community High School commons. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Volunteers are needed to assist with meal preparation, serving and clean-up following the dinner, and to provide transportation to those who do not […]

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