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The City of Watertown held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new playground upgrades and equipment at Highland Park last Wednesday, heralding another family friendly addition to Watertown amenities. Highland Park – once refered to as the “jewel of [the] park system” – is full of colorful and...Read More
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The Central Clay Crushers were proud to participate in the world’s largest shooting sport event in Alexandria on Monday, June 16. For six days, 5,620 student athletes representing 224 Minnesota high school teams competed for individual and team achievements in novice, junior varsity and varsity cl...Read More
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The Norwood Young America Library will host several happenings in July during the Summer Reading program, Bookawocky, held June 1 to Aug. 16. July performers • Schiffelly Puppets  on Friday, July 10 at 11 a.m. ; Dazzling Dave, YoYo Master on Friday, July 17, at 11 a.m.; Bill the Juggler on Friday...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Mark Martinsen of Hamburg didn’t go into the Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth with any sort of a goal on Saturday, having already qualified twice for Boston. Despite that, Martinsen completed the 26.2-mile race in 3 hours, 20 minutes and 22 seconds, placing 825 out of 60...Read More
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by Sarah Price Waconia Patriot Intern On June 18, the Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museums honored local history projects at its annual meeting in Duluth. The Carver County Historical Society in Waconia won the Minnesota History Award and the Award of Merit from the American Association for S...Read More
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10 Years Ago – June 23,2005 The Waconia Triathlon makes its 16th appearance in the city by the lake. The race, which this year serves as the Minnesota Qualifier for the Best of the U.S. National Amateur Triathlete Championship, features some of the Upper Midwest’s finest athletes, as well as num...Read More
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