Long Prairie
By Kerry Drager Correspondent In recent years the advancements in technology has made many farming practices more efficient and productive. On June 24, individuals interested in the new technology available to the dairy industry are invited to take a tour of Todd County’s first robotic dairy farm ...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler Staff Writer Volvos have been receiving skillful repair at the hand of Redge Lambrecht near Long Prairie since about 1980. Redge and his son, Josh, believe classic Volvos are a good solid economic way to get around. “We believe that for a lot of people, driving an old Volvo is a ...Read More
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By Kerry Drager Correspondent Becky Hillig of Long Prairie doesn’t mind getting her hands dirty. In fact, she grew up elbows deep in motor oil and a tire gauge in her hand. Originally from Swanville, Hillig worked with her father while he owned a gas station there. Her time at the shop taught her ...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler Staff Writer [email protected] Conveniently situated in downtown Long Prairie, Everybody’s Market has been serving the community since it began in 1978, as a workers co-operative. Marking its 35th year, the market is now a consumer’s co-op. It is the second-oldest reta...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler Staff Writer [email protected] Daiv Freeman grew up in Little Sauk, graduating from high school in Sauk Centre. After leaving Minnesota to head west in the mid 1990s he first landed in Utah before moving to California. A position with an auto parts company easily transform...Read More
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  By Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer [email protected] Nick Zastrow of Long Prairie started in the world of cattle showing at age 9, introduced by friends. He became involved in 4-H showing and later, FFA. “Once I could drive, I went to shows on my own,” he said. His experiences began...Read More
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  By Tina Snell, Staff Writer [email protected] It’s maple syrup time. At least, it should be. This year, winter is hanging on longer than usual. But, as daytime weather warms and nights stay cold, the sap will be running soon. The Krolls are ready. About 1,500 taps have been put in many...Read More
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