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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Young America Corporation has officially announced its consolidation plans, which involve moving from its long-time home in Norwood Young America, and its office space in Edina, to the Lumber Exchange building in downtown Minneapolis. The business, which spent over 40 ye...Read More
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    By Kelly Schiffman HEROS COALITION In 2010, a small group of concerned community members convened for the first focus group to address issues on bullying in Waconia schools — a grassroots effort. Four years later, many of those same members are still sitting around the table, not onl...Read More
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As a Youth Development Specialist & Community Programmer, Maureen Farrell has a passion for building community through supporting and advocating for youth and families. She lives the “it takes a village to raise a child.” As the new Drug Free Communities grant coordinator, she comes with a s...Read More
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Deborah Everson was appointed to the Watertown City Council after a divided decision over who should take the seat left vacant after Steve Washburn was elected mayor. The appointment was made during the council’s meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 10. After more than an hour of interviewing the four candida...Read More
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If you have an interest in helping victims of domestic abuse and are able to take two telephone shifts per month from your home and make a one-year commitment, consider volunteering as an advocate with Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women. The provided information and professional training eq...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne council members made another decision to improve their community on Monday, Feb. 9, agreeing to seek bids for a splash pad project. The project, expected not to cost more than $180,000, got its first approval from council members during budget discussions in Dece...Read More
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