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It is that time of year again. Hands All Around Quilters are looking for entries to the Small Quilt Show during Pie Day on Aug. 2. In addition, the quilters have created another raffle quilt which is the best ever. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5 for the raffle quilt.

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With a 90% affirmative vote from Energy Services Federal Credit Union (ESFCU) members, a partnership/merger between SPIRE and ESFCU became effective July 1, 2019. As a result of outstanding stewardship from the previous credit union managers, board of directors and supervisory committee, cur…

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What could make a long day sitting by the pool or an afternoon at the beach even better? A dessert reminiscent of a tropical island, of course. Pineapple and coconut are two flavors that evoke Caribbean shores with steel drum bands playing in the background and salty seas on the horizon. 

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Pine Technical and Community College in Pine City plans to begin construction this fall on a remodel and modernization project of its student spaces.

Sports

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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…

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After a very shaky appearance in the Hinckley tournament June 21 and 22, the Mora Blue Devils looked to get back on the winning track in Eastern Minny action this past weekend against Quamba and Braham. The Devils did just that getting a come from behind victory over Quamba and a high scorin…

Obituaries

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Marcelline M. (Marcie) Luhrs, of Cottage Grove, died on Thursd…

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Dennis A. Clayton, of Mora, formerly of Cambridge, died on Tue…

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Robert Wayne Goldsmith, of Mora, died on Wednesday, July 3, 20…

Susan Grace Sande, of Mora, died peacefully at home on Wednesd…

Opinion

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My family frequently went for drives. There was no purpose other than looking and looking some more. Then we’d talk about what we’d seen. We looked at road conditions, the advancement of crops and animals — wild and domestic. We waved at everyone. There is a state law stating you must wave a…