Impromptu entertaining can be a fun way to get together with friends or family without the pressures of hosting more formal affairs. But hosts will still need to provide some refreshments for their guests, and having some easy recipes at the ready can make it easy to pull together a few bite…
The Spanish Clubs of Mora, Hinckley-Finlayson and Braham recently returned from a 15 day trip to Ecuador which included stops in Quito, Mindo, the Andes region and the Galapagos. The 38 students, accompanied by parents and Spanish teachers Tracey Johnson and Kay Edberg, had many opportunitie…
Julie Drugatz, a Mora High School graduate, was recently recognized with a Superior Service Award for her contributions as the chief of commercial services at Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Arizona.
The Mora Blue Devils amateur baseball team had a light week with just one game on Sunday, July 14. But, it was an important game to try and maintain a strangle hold on first place in the Eastern Minny North league. Mora did just that with a 3-0 win over a good Rum River Bandits team.
Recent research by a team of scientists reveals that walleye decline in Mille Lacs is linked to loss of habitat and indicates that by adapting harvest policies to account for changing environmental conditions, walleye fisheries may be sustained.
The Mora Blue Devils amateur baseball team made the long journey north July 7 with first place in the Eastern Minny North to take on the Hibbing Miners. Both teams showed why they are at the top of the standing in the North as the doubleheader was split between the two teams. Hibbing took ga…
Since the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Enforcement Division began offering firearms safety training nearly 65 years ago, it has certified more than 1.3 million students – an average of about 20,000 per year.
Each of us, at times, feels anxious about a situation we’re currently in or about to enter. If such feelings are the norm for you, you may feel you’re “shy” and may find you’re labeled as such by others.
If you have a phone, then chances are you’ve received at least one unsolicited robocall—likely more.
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