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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The sixth annual NYA Beyond the Yellow Ribbon (BTYR) banquet featured an interesting local guest speaker, insights into local Civil War history, good food and a performance by St. John’s Lutheran School students among other highlights on Saturday. The national Beyond t...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The location of the annual Memorial Day ceremony in NYA will remain the same for the second consecutive year with the Central High School football field providing the backdrop for services honoring the men and women who died serving in the military. The program will be a...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times NYA City Council members approved some necessary, but relatively expensive purchases, at their regular meeting on Monday, May 11. Council members approved both an emissions upgrade to the generator at the wastewater treatment plant and the purchase of a portable generato...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central baseball team concluded the regular season this past week and will travel to Watertown-Mayer on Friday for a Section 2AA playoff game at either 3 or 4 p.m. The Raiders lost to the Royals 8-6 on April 27 and 9-7 on May 1. Earlier this week, the Raiders [...]...Read More
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By Sarah Price WACONIA PATRIOT Clearwater Middle School earned a top honor for bringing in big dollars for a good cause. Students raised $15,383 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients, which was the top amount raised in the tri-state area. CMS has an annual ambitious goal t...Read More
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10 Years Ago – May 19, 2005 A $33 million District 110 school referendum will be voted on next Tuesday. The school is expecting to add 160 students per year from now through the fall of 2010. The district is currently more than 100 students beyond its building capacity. Paul and Sheila Steiner wil...Read More
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