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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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The city of Watertown is proud to sponsor its 27th annual Spring Community Cleanup. Community Cleanup 2014 is scheduled for Saturday, April 26 at the Douglas Kugler Eco-Site located at 676 Industrial Blvd. The disposal site will be open from 8 to 11 a.m. Watertown residents will be able to dispose of appliances, electronics, carpet, [...]

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Hollywood Sports Complex meetings April 10, 15, 17, 7 p.m. – Several sports meetings will be held at Hollywood Sports Complex in April. All meetings will be held at the complex at 7 p.m. Co-rec slowpitch: Thursday, April 10; Co-rec volleyball: Tuesday, April 15; Mens fastpitch & modified: Thursday, April 17; Womens fastpitch: TBD. St. [...]

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By Joe Nathan “Simple Choices” is one of the wisest, most humble and helpful books for parents that I’ve read in a long time. It’s written by Lisa Graham Keegan, a nationally recognized educator and political leader who has had to deal with her father’s desertion of the family, discovery that she is carrying a [...]

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The Zion LWML (Lutheran Women’s Missionary League) of Mayer will host the Spring Rally of the North Carver and South Carver LWML Zones at Zion Lutheran Church in Mayer at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 21. The registration fee is $5 unless you are a first-time attendee, in which case the registration fee is waived. [...]

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There’s a new sheriff in town at the Carver County News office as Christopher Officer recently began his tenure as the newspaper’s next community editor. Officer takes the place of Matt Bunke, who left the newspaper in February to pursue other interests. A Minneapolis native, Officer now lives in Mound and is excited to join [...]

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