Cologne Academy hosted its annual “Dudes and Doughnuts” event for kindergarten and first grade students on Friday, Feb. 20. Dudes (consisting of dads, grandpas, uncles, friends, and neighbors) joined the students to do crafts, play games, read books, and share a snack. Shown here are participant...Read More
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The first graders at Bayview Elementary School in Waconia recently collected 340 food items for the Waconia United Food Shelf.  The effort, dubbed the 100th Day Food Challenge, was a service learning project for the students and was related to the 100th day of school. In addition, as the students a...Read More
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Giuliani is right on with comments about Obama To the editor: Rudy Giuliani has been widely criticized for his assertion that Barack Obama does not love America. But the former New York Mayor got it right, and many of us could see this in Obama immediately upon his election in 2008. In fact, in a [....Read More
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By Madeline Seveland Carver County Water Management There is a little known piece of your county property taxes that go to support clean water, the watershed tax. The watershed tax supports local government units (LGU) called watershed districts or water management organizations. In most, but not al...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – Feb. 24, 2005 St. Bonifacius – Lockheed Martin last week announced that St. Boni resident Micheal E. Smith was awarded two patents by the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office. Smith received patents for a Video Display Console with Upright Display and for a Video D...Read More
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