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Carver County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a domestic assault on Grove Ave. NE in Watertown on the morning of March 25.  According to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office, a neighbor reported hearing a verbal dispute and a female screaming before calling law enforcement. An adult male and fema...Read More
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Isaac Hormann was nominated by Central High School staff and voted as Senior Student of the Month for February 2015. Criteria used for the selection was academic progress, responsibility, school spirit, personal growth and character. Isaac was chosen for the following reasons: “Along with tutoring...Read More
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UM Extension and the Dairy Profitability Enhancement Program will host the fifth and final session of the 2015 Winter Dairy Series on Monday, April 6. Gary Hachfeld, UM Extension Agriculture Business Management Educator, will highlight “Beginning the Process of Farm Transition.” His program will...Read More
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The Minnesota River Conference Championship Meet was hosted by Belle Plaine High School on March 16. It brought together the best speech participants in the conference for this third annual event. “The students, their coaches, and our conference directors need to be applauded for their work advanc...Read More
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A disturbance involving a parent getting on a school bus and uttering profanities toward children on the bus was reported in Chanhassen at about 10 a.m. on Friday, March 20. According to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to Chanhassen Elementary School to investigate a report ...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Amidst chants of “overated” from the Central student section and trailing 24-21 in the first half, top seeded Sauk Centre got going in a big way in their 67-45 win in a state 2AA first round matchup at Mariucci Arena last Wednesday. The Mainstreeters, who went on to ...Read More
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