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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central baseball started the season off strong winning all four of their games. The Raiders opened with a 14-0 win over Mayer Lutheran at home last Monday, beat Tri-City United on Friday at University of Minnesota’s Siebert Field, 9-1, defeated Maple River on the road ...Read More
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Watertown Mayer High School students are gearing up for this weeks production of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid, script written by Timothy Mason, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. on the Performing Arts Center stage. In this non-musical stage adaptation, an Elder, played b...Read More
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Although Richard Happ, 46, who fatally stabbed both of his parents in their Waconia home in 1999 and was later deemed mentally ill and dangerous, remains a resident of the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter, a recent state panel ruling will allow Happ to move to a less restrictive facility in ...Read More
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Mental health discussion THURSDAY, APRIL 16 – NAMI Minnesota will host a Community Conversation on Mental Health from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, 301 CR 19, in Excelsior. No registration required. Event encourages people to talk about mental health and mental illnesses. Info:...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central softball team went 3-0 in their first stretch of games this past week. They opened with a 8-3 win over Lester Prairie last Monday, out-slugged Mayer Lutheran at home on Tuesday, 24-14, before edging Glencoe-Silver Lake on the road on Monday, 6-5. The Raiders ...Read More
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by GILBERT DAMMANN (Editor’s Note: Plato native and Glencoe High School graduate Gilbert Dammann recently decided to share his account of a Harley motorcycle trip he took in the summer of 1947. This is the second part of his story.) We spent our nights in small town hotels along the way. On day th...Read More
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