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Many people look forward to the weekend when they can sleep in a little later and not be pressured by the time constraints of a typical weekday. Weekends also may be a time when people can slow down and enjoy a hot, homemade breakfast.

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The Minnesota Department of Agriculture continues to receive reports of citizens getting unsolicited seed packages in the mail. To date, over 700 Minnesotans have made reports to the department.

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Effective Aug. 1, 2020, anyone looking to buy tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, in Minnesota will have to be at least 21 years old.

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Crunchy green beans, crisp snap peas or homegrown tomatoes right off the vine — for many people, you just can’t beat the taste of fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the garden. Unless you are Kathryn Boster. 

Sports

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For fans of high school sports, the news coming from Tuesday’s Minnesota State High School League Board of Director’s meeting was mixed as the MSHSL voted to allow for boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country, girls tennis and girls swimming and diving to be competed as scheduled …

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After a 4th of July break with no games, the Mora Blue Devils got back into action with a 5-0 loss to Isanti on Friday, July 10 and a 4-0 victory over Quamba in the home opener.  

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On a steamy Monday, July 6, the Quamba Cubs put another win in the victory column by coming from behind against the Braham Snappers, an Eastern Minny League North Division opponent.  

Obituaries

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Gregory Allen Peel, a longtime resident of Hinckley, died peac…

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Larry Seline, of Vacaville, California, died Tuesday, June 9, …

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Jerome Edward Thomas, of Dalbo, died on Monday, July 20, 2020,…

Opinion

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Fake news. Those two words have likely created more confusion and distrust of the news media than any other. While it is easy to understand why those of us who work in the news media despise the term, it should also be apparent that the general public has a vested interest in discerning fact…