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  • Albany Honors Veterans
    Local veterans, as well as all those who served their country, were honored in a special program at Albany Area Schools.
  • JIm's Journey
    Melrose–Jim Rausch was the first of Helen and Wendell “Windy’s” sons to serve in the United States military. He was followed by four of his five brothers. Down the road they would total more than 77 years of military service, in support of their country. 
  • A Deer-Hunting Tale of Two 10-year-old Friends

    Friends Will Hoffman and Carter Kleinschmidt can name a handful of activities they have done together since the 10 year-olds became friends in preschool. So it was only fitting that the two would experience the same hunting accomplishment this past deer hunting opener – with the same type of gun, harvesting the same size buck.

  • Election Results
    Sauk Centre voters approved a city-wide sales tax to fund Highway 71 improvements Tuesday. The half-cent sales tax was approved by a vote of 804 in favor to 746 opposed.. This was the second time the tax was put forward on the ballot, having been voted down in 2016.
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  • Fitness in the fall
    Thursday, November 15, 2018 12:04 PM
    In the dark early mornings and evenings of fall and winter, the lights are on and the encouragement is flowing at the 180 Degree Studio/Snap Fitness in Albany. Inside, trainers are pursuing their own personal mission of sharing wellness and strength with their students. 
  • CentraCare Health–Melrose launches  new blood flow restriction therapy program
    Thursday, November 15, 2018 11:47 AM

    Melrose–Patients dealing with certain medical issues could benefit from a new therapy offered at CentraCare Health-Melrose. 

    The Melrose medical facility is the first health care organization in Central Minnesota to launch a blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy program. 

  • I-94 Dedicated 50 years ago
    Thursday, November 15, 2018 11:23 AM
    In November 1968, the segment of Interstate 94 that runs past Sauk Centre was dedicated. Even though its diagonal path through area farmland posed some difficulties, the road gives residents of central Minnesota quick access to the Twin Cities, to Fargo and beyond.
  • Husker grad earns laurels as Johnnie
    Holdingford native Nathan Brinker, St. John’s University (SJU) defensive lineman, has earned a reputation of being one of the best defensive linemen in Division III.
  • Lady Dutchmen beat the clock for state trips

    Sartell–There are two ways for a swimmer to advance to the State Class A Swim Meet from a section meet.

    They must finish first or second in an event or they must meet the state qualifying time for that event. At the Section 6A meet Saturday, top Lady Dutchmen swimmers consistently met the state qualifying time. As a result three individuals in five events will be competing in the State Class A meet Wednesday through Friday in Minneapolis. The diving preliminaries and warm-up were on Wednesday. Swimming preliminaries are Thursday at noon and finals are Friday at noon. 

  • Streeters send eight swimmers to state
    Going into the Section 6A Girls Swimming and Diving Championships, coach James Schreiner knew that it would have been a very difficult task to unseed Sartell as this year marks the 12th consecutive year they have been section champions. 
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