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By Jim Gilbert When young spiders emerge from their eggs they already are adults in miniature. The mother spider cares for her eggs and watches over her newly hatched young with as much diligence as the more sophisticated mammals. It might appear that there are more spiders in August than in early summer because they [...]

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Organizers for Scott-Carver Project Community Connect (PCC) have rescheduled this year’s event for Nov. 19 at Canterbury Park Event Center in Shakopee. The annual day-long event to provide services to the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless had previously scheduled for a September date but needed to be rescheduled when the original site [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The return of two Minnesota River Conference individual champions highlights the returnees for the boys and girls cross country squads in Alex Wischnack and Judy Larson. Larson, a freshman who took 16th at sections last year, headlines a young group of runners on the girls’ side. Head coach Mark Lagergren [...]

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For the second year in a row, Subway in NYA was chosen out of out 230 stores for a customer service award. Rachel Scherber, operations administrator for the Subways in Norwood Young America, Waconia and Watertown as well as new Franchisee of Lakeside Subway in Waconia credited the staff in getting the award, calling it [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The 153rd annual Stiftungsfest will be held this weekend, Friday, Aug. 22 to Sunday, Aug. 24, with activities, music and enjoyment for residents for all ages. This year’s edition brings back several popular events from the past as well as new highlights, including a old-timers baseball game on Friday and [...]

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