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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central baseball continued its solid start to the season picking up a pair of wins. The Raiders opened with a home win over Le Sueur-Henderson on Thursday, 4-3, before losing to Holy Family Catholic at home on Friday, 3-1, and defeating Tri-City United on the road on Mon...Read More
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Carver and Scott county residents who have a family member with an intellectual or developmental disability can learn more about guardianship and conservatorship for their loved one at a free workshop from The Arc Greater Twin Cities. It will be on Monday, May 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at MRCI, 103 Peavey...Read More
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All children deserve the love and protection of the adults in their lives and the communities that surround them. Recent tragic deaths of children at the hands of their caregivers launched an outpouring of collective grief, highlighted weaknesses and gaps in our child protection system, and sparked ...Read More
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Carver County Parks will be hosting an Earth Day Service Celebration on Saturday April 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Lake Minnewashta Regional Park located on TH 41 between TH 5 and TH 7 in Chanhassen. Carver County Parks officials are excited to announce a fun and educational afternoon filled with stewar...Read More
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If you like to laugh and are looking to aid the mission work of area teenagers, the perfect opportunity to take care of two birds with one stone is by attending a special performance of nationally known comedian Bone Hampton at Freshwater Community Church in Waconia at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 24. Ge...Read More
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Central and Mayer Lutheran opened the MRC season in a big way last Tuesday, as the Raiders outslugged the Crusaders in NYA, 24-14. The offensive fireworks got started early as LHS put up five runs in the top of the first, but Central answered with 14 in the bottom half. The Raiders batted around twi...Read More
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