NYA Times

Two separate incidents involving drowning victims occurred on Parley Lake, located just east of Waconia, over the weekend. The first incident involved the death of 6-year-old Hunter Heyrman of St. Bonifacius in the early morning hours of Friday, Oct. 17. The second incident occurred almost exactly 24 hours later, taking the life of Dean Buetow, [...]

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The 2015 edition of the Barns of Carver County Calendar is now available at local Carver County retailers. The calendar features 12 historic barns in Carver County with accompanying text that tells the history of the farm families. In 2006, local artist and photographer Ruth Tremblay of Waconia began photographing the barns around Carver County. [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran football team got its first win of the year, getting a big day from senior tight end Taylor Otterstatter, as well as a big stop from their defense late in the game, to defeat Sibley East 19-16 at home on Oct. 10. “This was a very close game,” said coach Dean Aurich. [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran girls soccer team’s season came to an end on Oct. 7, as they lost 7-0 to Holy Family Catholic in the first round of the Section 6A tournament. The No. 5 seeded Fire got off to a hot start, taking a 4-0 lead at halftime. The No. 12 seeded Crusaders were unable [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran volleyball team lost a pair of road games this past week, falling 3-1 to Glencoe-Silver Lake on Oct. 6 and 3-2 to Jordan on Oct. 9. LHS vs. Glencoe The Crusaders lost to Glencoe-Silver Lake on Monday, losing the first set 25-21 and winning the second set 25-23 before dropping the third [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran/Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity cross country team traveled to Watertown-Mayer on Oct. 9 to compete in the Minnesota River Conference meet. The girls finished sixth and the boys finished eighth, with All-Conference Honorable mentions going to junior Ben Quiram and freshman Emily Berry. The Crusaders continued to lower their times, as several posted season [...]

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