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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times   The Cologne City Council members moved forward with several key infrastructure improvements while also taking a glimpse at a unique city attraction during its meeting on Monday, May 5. Early discussion sparked the council’s interest for the construction of a splash pad, or community fountain play area, which could [...]

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Wednesday, March 19 An adult male was cited for possessing marijuana and driving with a revoked license on Stevens Street SW in Watertown. During the same stop, a juvenile male was cited for possessing drug paraphernalia and a curfew violation, and another juvenile male was cited for a curfew violation. A personal injury accident occurred [...]

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More than 230 community and congregation leaders and volunteers have registered for The Journey Home, a fundraising lunch for the Families Moving Forward shelter program expected to launch in the Scott-Carver counties area by Mother’s Day. The lunch took place at the Hazeltine National Golf Club on Wednesday, March 12. It was expected to help [...]

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The theme of Watertown-Mayer Elementary School this year is “The Power of One.” School officials want their students to recognize how they can make an impact everywhere around them. For the last five years, the school has collected between 3,000 and 4,000 pounds of food every fall for Friends For Life Food Shelf in Watertown, [...]

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ECM Marketing Manager Krista Jech has added a new role as manager of ECM Specialty Publications, which has a special focus on continuing  partnerships with area chambers of commerce to produce membership directories, resource guides and community maps as it has done for the past fifteen years. “I am looking forward to strengthening my relationship [...]

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The Waconia boys’ hockey team lost three games against Section 2A competitors last week, including St. Louis Park, Mound-Westonka, and Bloomington Kennedy. With the losses, the Wildcats drop to a 1-6 section record, are tied for the bottom of the Wright County Conference at 0-5, and are 6-11 overall. Despite the losses, WHS head coach [...]

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