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By Kerry Drager Correspondent For almost three years, Amy Eisenchenk and Curt Bertram have enjoyed each other’s company in their courtship. The two met through some mutual friends and began going on dates shortly after meeting. With many of the same interests, the two never seemed to run out of th...Read More
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The Stearns County Parks Department received a $250,000 Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Legacy Grant that will assist with extending the Lake Wobegon Trail. The Lake Wobegon Trail extension will run from its current terminus in St. Joseph to Rivers Edge Park in Waite Park.  This addition ...Read More
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BROOKINGS, S.D. The following students from this area were candidates for graduation after the fall 2014 session at South Dakota State University: • Joseph Patrick Russell, Cold Spring, Bachelor of Science in education and human sciences. • Andrew John     Kieke, Kimball    , Bachelor of S...Read More
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By John Michaelson Minnesota News Connection The election season had Minnesota voters taking it all in “with a grain of salt,” but with the holidays they were being urged to go the other way and “hold the salt.” Those who have far too much sodium in their diets can be at an increased risk of...Read More
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By Dan Martens University of Minnesota Extension The 2015 Central Minnesota “Tour de Forage” Workshop will be held at the El Paso Sports Bar and Grill at St. Joseph on Wednesday Feb. 4. The El Paso Grill is located along County Road 75 toward the west side of town. Craig Sheaffer, University of ...Read More
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By Emily Wilmes University of Minnesota Extension Did you miss the opportunity to attend a Farm Bill workshop about the new crop programs? University of Minnesota Extension and the Farm Service Agency will be offering one last chance for farmers to attend an informational meeting about those program...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent Many crops produced in the United States are grown for one of the country’s favorite pastimes — drinking beer. Minnesota has some of these crops, mainly barley that is harvested and shipped to breweries throughout the country. Hops is another crop that is beginning...Read More
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