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by James Stitt WACONIA PATRIOT 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 […]

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Central athletes were officially honored with all-conference honors for their standout performances at the Minnesota River Conference meet on Oct. 9 in Watertown. Alex Wischnack and Ben Barth both made the boys’ team with Central junior Francisco Medina and Mayer Lutheran junior Ben Quiram earning honorable mention. The MRC Coaches named Owen Keiser of  Jordan  […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne results took local voters by the most surprise on election day last Tuesday, with council member Scott Williams defeating incumbent mayor Matt Lein for the mayor’s seat by just six votes. Williams secured 45.71 percent or 245 votes, Lein won 44.59 percent or 239 votes, and there were 52 […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times In a short meeting prior to city elections and amidst budget discussions, Cologne City Council members approved a couple of items related to nature’s influence on Monday, Nov. 3. With council member Jeff McInnis absent, council members approved a $50,000 maximum project to remove sediment in Pond View Court. Engineer […]

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A fatal crash occurred in San Francisco Township on Monday, Nov. 10. According to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office, authorities received a 9-1-1 call of one vehicle accident at County Rd 40 and Kelly Lake Rd in San Francisco Township at 5:20 p.m. on Nov. 10. Deputies arrived on scene with rescue personnel and found […]

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