NYA Times

by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The NYA City Council approved several measures providing for The Haven project as it nears the start of construction on Monday, Nov. 10. The $6.9 million project which is separate, yet physically connected to, Peace Villa and The Harbor will include 37 units of assisted living and memory care and […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Student actors at Zion Lutheran School in Cologne are bringing their next play to life in more ways than one. The students will be performing “After Hours,” written by Kevin Stone next week. The humorous play tells the story of the happenings at Jillian’s Clothing Store, where mannequins LuAnn, Patty […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central students, staff and members of the community gathered together to recognize past and present veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 11, for Veterans Day. Highlighted by performances by the Central High School band and choirs, the ceremony also featured student speakers as well as guest speaker Lt. Col. Jon Lovald. Veteran […]

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After a competitive season and an impressive run through the section tournament, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team ended their season at the state tournament this past weekend, taking fourth place in Class A. The Crusaders opened the state tournament with a first round win against Carlton on Nov. 6, then lost to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Nov. […]

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By Joe Nathan Contacted on Election Day, two key Minnesota House Republicans offered several priorities in education. Democrats are still the majority in the Minnesota Senate, and DFL Gov. Mark Dayton was re-elected, but Republicans replaced DFLers as the majority in the Minnesota House. The legislative process ultimately requires compromises between House, Senate and governor, […]

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