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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – March 17, 2005 Robin Noeldner of Waconia warns residents that car theft does happen even in small town Waconia. Noeldner’s 1998 Ford Explorer, parked no more than five feet from her bedroom window, was stolen during the night. “We think the keys were left in t...Read More
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The Watertown City Council unanimously approved a proposal that will replace the playground equipment at Highland Park during its meeting on March 10. The project had been delayed for several years. “[Highland Park] is one of the higher use parks — one of the jewels of our park system,” City A...Read More
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BSF Discussion Group THURSDAY, March 19 – The MPLS-Minnetonka Evening Women’s Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) will hold a BSF Satellite Discussion Group for Women at Freshwater Church in Waconia from 7 to 8:45 p.m. on Thursday nights, April 9, 16, 23 and 30. Topic: The Life of Moses / Deuterono...Read More
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Minnesota Farm Bureau’s Sesquicentennial Farm program will honor Minnesota families who have owned their farms for at least 150 years. Since the Sesquicentennial Farm program began in 2008, over 200 farms have been recognized. The Sesquicentennial Farm program recognizes family farms according to ...Read More
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Under the theme “An Evening of Dairy Royalty,” the 63rd annual Carver County Dairy Day Dinner and Princess Coronation will be held at the Cologne Community Center on Saturday, April 11. The Carver County Dairy Day Dinner Committee and the Carver County ADA invite you to attend the annual Dairy D...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times After coming up short last year, Central girls’ basketball overcame some early struggles in their 48-33 win over St. Peter in the Section 2AA final in Mankato on Friday. The victory marked the team’s second state berth in school history and first since the 2006-07 se...Read More
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