Cologne

by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne City Council members want to make sure businesses know they are welcome to develop and grow in their city. Revisiting a project from their last council meeting, council members sent a message loud and clear to United Farmers Cooperative (UFC) on Tuesday, Feb. 17. UFC, which has merged with [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Walking through the halls with Weaver brings smiles to the faces of not only students, but educators at Cologne Academy. Weaver, a 6-year-old English Labrador, has been at Cologne Academy since the beginning of January, and students and staff are already familiar with the dog. The facility dog was brought [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Whether it was effects of containers on sound, static electricity, the aerodynamics of different shapes or the effect of music on horror video game experiences, Cologne Academy students were able to explore their scientific passions. About 120 students took part in the 5th annual Middle School Science Fair last Thursday, [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times With the season winding down and playoffs looming, competition was fierce on the ice at the Norwood Young America ice rink as broomball athletes defended, passed and scored on Sunday. DaBoars ended up taking the first of four 60-minute games over Fugarwe, 7-0. Volunteer referees were Neil Klingelhutz and Blair [...]

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Broadband Corp of Hutchinson, Minn., a provider of wireless broadband high-speed internet voice and video services to primarily residential and commercial subscribers in the secondary and rural markets, recently announced that it has successfully acquired Cologne-ISP. Broadband Corp has been providing High Speed Internet to approximately 2,000 square miles of south central rural Minnesota since [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times In preparation for the upcoming year, Cologne Council approved several public services contracts during their Monday, Oct. 22 meeting. Among them were the snow removal with the Minnesota Department of Transportation, a contract with Carver County for police services and a prosecution contract for Carver County. Council members, with Jeff [...]

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