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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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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne City Council members got some welcome news last Monday with the announcement of another addition to a key housing project in town. Council members then gave preliminary approval to a fourth addition for the Hans Hagen development, giving the go-ahead for an addit...Read More
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Not all lakes are created equal and that certainly is the case with the more than 11,000 lakes in Minnesota. The 2nd annual Shallow Lakes Forum will explore the challenges and benefits of shallow lakes, which need to be managed differently than their deep counterparts. Attendees will learn technique...Read More
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The greater Waconia community is invited to attend a “Wellness for All in Waconia” event May 15, at Sovereign Estate Winery, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Hosted by All’s Well Waconia, the goal is to raise awareness and support of the organization’s initiative to improve the overall health of all who ...Read More
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Safe driving habits is one topic that Waconia High School sophomore Jordan Thorpe takes seriously and thanks to her recent efforts, it’s a good bet that her classmates care more about safe driving habits, too. Since the start of the school year, Thorpe has been working on a project for FCCLA (Fami...Read More
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