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The LHS track and field teams were finally able to get back outside for their second meet of the season, a seven-team invitational at Hutchinson on April 10. The girls of LHS finished fourth as a team, just behind Section 4A competitor Holy Family Catholic in third. Hutchinson took home the girls’ team title. The [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran boys’ golf team opened the season with a strong 10th place finish at Shattuck-St. Mary’s Harry O’Connor Invitational on April 12. Finishing 10th of 16 teams with 346 total strokes, LHS improved greatly over its 2013 finish at the same meet, where they finished 13th. Eagan won the team championship with 306 [...]

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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team recently reflected on an impressive 2013-14 season, a season that led to a shot at the Minnesota River Conference title and a runner up finish in the Royals’ subsection. With an 18-10 overall record, the losses were spread throughout the season, eliminating the regular season ‘slump’ teams can often experience [...]

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Don’t tell Isaac Vraspir and Luke Juusola that video games are an unprofitable waste of time. The juniors at Watertown-Mayer High School combined their experience playing video games with their aptitude in mathematics and computer programming to write an award-winning program for a video game they created for the Program Design Competition at South Dakota [...]

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by Christopher Officer Carver County News When talking about the County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 10 bridge project with the Watertown City Council during its meeting on Tuesday, April 8, Watertown Mayor Charlotte Johnson made it clear that recent efforts by council members and city staff regarding the CSAH 10 Bridge Intersection Project has been [...]

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by Paul Rignell Contributing Writer When Republican delegates from Minnesota’s 6th District met April 12 at Monticello High School, they were aware they were tasked with something new for the first time in eight years. The party’s delegates from St. Cloud and most of Stearns County, to the north and east suburban Anoka and Washington [...]

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