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By Jennie Zeitler Correspondent Although photography is only one of Bob Freeman’s interests, his passion for capturing beauty with a camera has transformed over the years from a hobby into a fine art. Freeman lives in Clarissa and also owns land near Little Sauk, south of Long Prairie. He recalls ...Read More
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Centers for Disease Control & Prevention  Arthritis includes more than 100 different rheumatic diseases and conditions, the most common of which is osteoarthritis. Other forms of arthritis that occur often are rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, fibromyalgia, and gout. Symptoms include pain, aching, s...Read More
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To the editor: Governor Dayton wants to take the state’s projected budget surplus for new spending projects. At the same time, he proposed a new gas tax scheme to pay for “roads and bridges.” He wants to raise the gas tax by 6.5 percent per gallon of gas. This means that a price of $2.349 [......Read More
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By John Michaelson Minnesota News Connection As Minnesota lawmakers debate differing plans over how much to spend on transportation and how to pay for it, a new study finds the state is in a better position than most when it comes to bridges. The analysis, conducted by the American Road and Transpor...Read More
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By Kerry Drager Correspondent The invigorating feeling of exercise has inspired one young woman to find a successful, local career. A strong and healthy body has always been Amy Van Beck’s goal. A goal that her business has helped not only herself, but many others achieve. “I’ve always been in...Read More
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Drivers in the Melrose area are advised that weather permitting a culvert repair will cause the closing of Stearns County Road 173 from County Road 30 to County Road 13 Monday, Tuesday and possibly Wednesday, May 4-6....Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is proposing to reduce the bag limit from 20 bluegills to 10 on six lakes in Morrison and Todd counties in hopes of producing more big fish. No changes would be made to current regulations until March 1, 2016, an...Read More
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