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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central and Jordan softball teams were well-acquainted with each other when they played on Tuesday in a Section 2AA playoff opener. The Minnesota River Conference opponents played a doubleheader just one week prior last Tuesday with the Raiders dropping a pair of games a...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times St. Bernard’s School students put a unique twist on a familiar classroom activity involving local active service members. Organized by teacher Sherry Urness, third- and fourth-graders read the familiar children’s book Flat Stanley and then mailed out their Flat Stanl...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times What started as a community organization almost 25 years ago has grown into a quarter century of service by the NYA West Carver Lions Club. Members, including some of the original members, gathered to celebrate that milestone on Friday, April 24 at the Willkommen Park Pa...Read More
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The Central track and field squads geared up for the Minnesota River Conference meet this past week. The MRC meet is this afternoon at Tri City-United. Prior to that, the Raiders competed at Watertown-Mayer last Tuesday and at Le Sueur-Henderson at the Giants Relays on Friday. Watertown-Mayer Centra...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central baseball dropped a pair of games last week as they closed in on the end of the regular season. The Raiders opened with a loss at Le Sueur-Henderson on Thursday, 8-1, before getting edged by Glencoe-Silver Lake at home on Friday, 7-6. Le Sueur-Henderson Central dr...Read More
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