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Central football advanced to state with a Section 2AA final win over Waterville on Friday, 43-16. The Raiders next play on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. at Gustavus Adolphus College. See more pictures and read the full article in the Nov. 6 NYA Times and see highlights on Twitter @adamgruenewald.

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In Watertown, three seats will be contested in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The two-year term for mayor, a position currently held by Charlotte Johnson, features three candidates. Joining Johnson in the race are current council member Steve Washburn and Al Heidorn. Two four-year terms on the council are also on the ballot, […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times An NYA mom with an eye for sales and savings is looking to making an impact on the NYA retail community. Michelle Simons opened Michelle’s Thrift and More on Oct. 1 and business has been great so far. Originally from the Hollywood Township area, Simons graduated from Watertown-Mayer High School […]

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Challengers Jeff Johnson (R) and Hannah Nicollet (I) squared off in debate with incumbent Gov. Mark Dayton Oct. 1 in Rochester.   This video is being provided by our partner The Uptake.

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It has been six years since Aaron Kelzer of Mayer tragically lost his life in an automobile accident. Aaron’s parents, Mark and Colleen Kelzer, will be holding a Memorial Benefit in their son’s honor on July 19 from 4 to 9 p.m. in Mayer. Aaron was known as a cheery, caring person who loved sports, […]

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