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Unseasonably cold weather means ice making has begun on many lakes across the state, but Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers advise people to stay off of the still-forming ice. 

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Unseasonably cold weather means ice making has begun on many lakes across the state, but Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers advise people to stay off of the still-forming ice. 

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Area crop producers all agree that 2019 is a year that they would like to forget. Nancy Rys, who farms with her husband Tom east of Rock Creek and have a grain drying and storage business and Pioneer Hybrid dealership said that we need to erase 2019. “It was a tough one,” she said.

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While Kanabec and Pine Counties were some of the first and hardest hit by an outbreak of the liver disease, hepatitis A, new cases have slowed in those counties as public health workers push education and vaccination efforts. 

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Attendance at influenza vaccine clinics hosted by Kanabec County Community Health has been dwindling —even the county nurses themselves go elsewhere for the vaccine, for the same reasons as the clients: insurance coverage and easy access. 

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Stay-at-home mom Lindsey Kampa is using yoga to teach Mora Elementary students the importance of thankfulness.

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According to the Minnesota State Patrol, at 3:11 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 11, a 1990 Ford pickup driven by Austin Charles Rasmussen, 21, of Braham, was heading southbound on Highway 107 near Grasston and collided with a 1995 Lincoln Town Car driven by Joe Michael Tomczak, 34, of Isanti at the in…

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Over 200 life castings of Vasaloppet volunteer faces or hands have been completed to honor volunteers throughout Vasaloppet’s history. Casting continues through the month of November and Vasaloppet volunteers are encouraged to sign up and be part of Vasaloppet history.   

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History suggests that the sandwich — a go-to, lunch-hour staple — was named for John Montagu, the Fourth Earl of Sandwich. Lord Sandwich was an 18th Century English aristocrat who asked his valet to bring him meat tucked between two pieces of bread while Sandwich was embroiled in a cribbage …

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Marc Johnson of Mora, has long advocated for the advancement of high-speed internet access throughout the state of Minnesota — especially in rural areas. 

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Upon entering the nondescript brown brick building, visitors are simultaneously struck by the smell of good food and sound of laughter coming from down the hall in the community room of the Ogilvie Square Apartments. 

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This year East Central Energy is making history by refunding its largest amount of capital credits to date: over $6 million. Members will see their pay out reflected on their bill due in December.

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MNsure’s seventh open enrollment period began Friday, Nov. 1. Minnesotans looking for coverage should visit MNsure.org to shop and compare plans. MNsure’s seven-week open enrollment period runs until Dec. 23, 2019.

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New fraud research shows that people who live alone or have low financial literacy levels are more likely to lose money to fraudsters. The research also shows the highest engagement and victimization rates involve online purchases and social media—outpacing telephone, mail and email fraud.

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While a concussion kept Ogilvie student Riley Hawkins off the stage, it couldn’t keep him away from theater.