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The Postal Service continues to fulfill its mission to provide essential services that process and deliver information, communications and goods vital to residents. To ensure the safety of our delivery personnel, the Postal Service is asking dog owners to keep their animals secured when deli…

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Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie S. Gildea has issued an order in response to Governor Tim Walz’s recent decision to permit the stay-at-home directive to expire and to permit certain activities when Minnesota Department of Health guidance may be followed. The order includes detail…

Sports

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From the coach: My girls are super bummed about how this season turned out. We have so many fun and strong traditions that we carry over from year to year, especially our home scramble that we host mid-May. Surrounding schools that attend say that it is the most fun they have all season! I t…

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From the coach: This year was definitely a big bummer. As a team, we were really looking forward to another year of growth with a lot of potential for our team! Last year, we were competitive in our conference, and we were really looking forward to our best year yet as a team. Most of all, I…

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From the coach: It was a major hit to these girls because the majority of these girls were coming off a very successful basketball season and were excited to take that winning culture into the softball program this spring. The weather has been beautiful, and we would have been able to get al…

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From the coach: The 2020 boys’ tennis season was going to be a season of transition. We lost six seniors last year to graduation and only returned four letter winners. This season was going to be a challenge, we were going to be young, and the top teams in our Section were going to be senior…

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From the coach: The team is incredibly strong in the classroom with a team G.P.A. of over 3.75, and the team made the gold division for academic all-state.

Obituaries

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Elizabeth “Beth” Klejeski, of Ogilvie, died Thursday, May 21, …

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Karen A. Yehle (Lemm) died on Thursday, May 14, 2020, at St. C…

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Jerry “Bubba” Levert Williams, loving husband, father of five …

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Patricia M. Strom, of Mora, died and was called home to be reu…

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Neil W. Rabens, died peacefully in his own home on the morning…

Opinion

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You may not think of relaxing as a skill that needs to be learned. Doesn’t relaxing just happen without our really thinking about it?  Unfortunately, thanks to the current health crisis, relaxing has become more difficult to accomplish for many.