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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – Oct. 14, 2004 Seven candidates compete for four seats on the District 110 School Board. They are Doug Krukowski, Carl Livingston, Teresa Kittridge, Jeff Nelson, Scott Moats, Brent Davis and Tina Fortwengler. There will be an open house to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Edward and Pat [...]

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Rev. Robert L. White named the 2014 recipient of The Langenfeld Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement. White is the Pastor of St. Victoria Parish Family, in Victoria; a community of over 1,200 families. In additon to caring for that large number of people, he also volunteers his time at Holy Family Catholic High School, as [...]

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City officials in Waconia recently discovered the need to make unexpected repairs related to the newly installed sanitary sewer in Maple Street between the intersections of Main and First Streets in Waconia. Affected residents were recently informed about the project, which will result in the closing of Main Street and a detour for approximately two [...]

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Waconia history book The Waconia Heritage Association presents the long-awaited Volume II “Waconia: Paradise of the Northwest – The Town and Its People,” a 496-page book with 600+ photos. Available at Carver County Historical Society, Waconia City Hall, Mackenthun’s Fine Foods, Melchert Hubert Sjodin Law Office, and Wild Bird Store. Boy Scout wreath sale From [...]

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Last year, NAMI Minnesota partnered with community organizations and affiliates to offer 20 Community Conversations on Mental Health throughout the state. This fall, the Mental Health Consortium of Carver County, in collaboration with NAMI Minnesota and the Make-it-OK Campaign, will be hosting a forum on Tuesday, Oct. 28 to talk about how we can better [...]

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4-H is a year round program that focuses on a variety of programs. This includes but is not limited to photography, arts and crafts, clothing and textiles, gardening, food and nutrition, exploring wildlife and the environment, shooting sports, aerospace and robotics, vet science, and livestock project areas. 4-H has a Cloverbud program for Kindergarten-2nd graders, [...]

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