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More growing pains plagued the Mayer Lutheran softball team in the 2014 season, as the Crusaders worked with their third new head coach in three seasons, after resurrecting the program just a few years earlier. Regular girls’ basketball coach Kris Gustin stepped up when the Crusaders needed a coach and, with little softball coaching experience […]

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Don’t be alarmed if you see a plethora of swimmers, bikers and runners in Waconia and the surrounding area on Sunday, June 29 — the Lake Waconia Triathlon is being held at Lake Waconia Regional Park. After 24 years of operation by a dedicated group of Waconia residents, the triathlon is now under the new […]

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St. Paul, MN – Negotiators in the Minnesota House and Senate today (Thursday, May 15) announced a compromise on medical marijuana that Gov. Mark Dayton has confirmed he would sign into law. The following is a statement from Gov. Dayton. “This bill is citizen government at its best. It has been led by parents, who […]

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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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