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Over the past six months, the ECM Editorial Board presented a series of editorials focusing on major health issues. We also zeroed in on some solutions and recommendations. Here is a recap of our positions and conclusions: Health insurance and the Affordable Care Act — ACA’s potential long-term benefits were clouded by a short-term focus [...]

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Last year, NAMI Minnesota partnered with community organizations and affiliates to offer 20 Community Conversations on Mental Health throughout the state. This fall, the Mental Health Consortium of Carver County, in collaboration with NAMI Minnesota and the Make-it-OK Campaign, will be hosting a forum on Tuesday, Oct. 28 to talk about how we can better [...]

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4-H is a year round program that focuses on a variety of programs. This includes but is not limited to photography, arts and crafts, clothing and textiles, gardening, food and nutrition, exploring wildlife and the environment, shooting sports, aerospace and robotics, vet science, and livestock project areas. 4-H has a Cloverbud program for Kindergarten-2nd graders, [...]

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The latest chapter in a case that has had roots spanning nearly two decades came to a conclusion on Thursday, Oct. 2 when a Carver County judge sentenced Christian Oberender of Watertown to five years in prison for illegally possessing firearms. According to a release from the Carver County Attorney’s Office, Oberender, 34, pleaded guilty [...]

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The streets of downtown Watertown will be illuminated with vibrant shoppers all actively supporting local businesses when the women of Watertown are out celebrating the inaugural Ladies Night Out from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 23. Ladies Night Out gives the opportunity for area women to get a head start on their Christmas [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran volleyball team had a tough week, facing Hutchinson on Sept. 29 and No. 7 ranked Belle Plaine on Oct. 2. The Crusaders lost both games but remain at .500 on the year. LHS vs. Hutchinson On Monday, Mayer Lutheran hosted Hutchinson and lost in straight sets. Hutchinson won set one 26-24, set [...]

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