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  by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Among the reasons residents enjoy their time at Harbor at Peace Village in Norwood Young America is the staff and their encouraging energy. Housing Manager Laurie Hilgers, who has been in her position since the facility opened in October 2006, said they have 36 assisted living apartments for residents […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The City of Cologne has been gaining some local and international attention recently to no surprise of Marcia Tellers. As Cologne’s unofficial historian, Tellers has been watching as the town’s history unfolds during the recent visit of journalist Frank Piotrowski of Cologne, Germany, to taking part in an episode of […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Attendees at Cologne Lions Club Octoberfest fundraiser will get a little New Orleans flavor this year. The annual Octoberfest fundraiser, with a Mardi Gras theme, will be held at the Cologne Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 26. Along with good food, the event will feature beverages, fun games, silent and […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times A new volunteer group at Central Elementary School hopes to make strides in reading levels of students. Raider Readers, which started on in late September, aims to get volunteers in classrooms working with students of varying reading levels. Early Childhood Special Education Coordinator and Speech Therapist Lindsay Johnson said the […]

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Watertown-Mayer High School will be heavily represented this year in a statewide organization that was created to give youth a voice in Minnesota’s legislative process. Sophomore Wyatt Tatge and junior Anna Phearman were both selected to be part of the Minnesota Youth Council this year, an organization designed to connect high school students with local […]

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