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A South Dakota man has died and others seriously injured after a crash Saturday, Aug. 17, at the intersection of Highway 70 and Mahogany Street in Brunswick. 

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A member of the milkweed family is August’s Weed of the Month. Black swallow-wort (Cynanchum louiseae), also called dog-strangling vine, is a perennial, herbaceous vine that can form large patches and crowd out native vegetation. It was introduced to North America from southern Europe in the…

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University of Minnesota Extension Master Naturalist Program, in partnership with the Minnesota National Guard, invites area residents to participate in National Public Lands Day (NPLD) on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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Abbygail Holasek, age 8, daughter of Kim and Craig Holasek, qualifies as a state finalist in the National American Miss Minnesota pageant to be held Aug. 17, 2019 at the Madison Marriot West Hotel in Middleton, Wisconsin. The pageant is held for girls ages 4 through 18 in five different age …

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“The Farm” located in Ford Township in northern Kanabec County is how the  Teresa and Andrew Kelling family refer to their Minnesota Century Farm. The Century Farm Award was presented to the Kellings and to Teresa’s mother Lorene Sherman prior to the Kanabec County 4-H Livestock Auction at t…

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Recent disease surveillance testing reveals a trio of rare equine diseases in three different Minnesota counties. Two of the diseases, Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile virus (WNV), are spread by mosquitoes and pose a risk to horses and people. The third disease, Equine infecti…

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Here is your chance to take a basic horticulture college course from horticulture experts at the University of Minnesota and to share your gardening knowledge and experience with others. You can do so by applying now until Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019. 

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Kraus-Anderson Construction Company has completed a $52 million expansion of FirstLight Health System, located at 301 South Hwy. 65 in Mora. The 25-month, multi-phased project includes major expansion and renovation of approximately 115,000 square feet of the FirstLight Health Systems Mora H…

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The city of Mora recently took steps to increase use of the city’s industrial park, located at the crossroads of State Highways 65 and 23. State grant funding is being sought to improve highway access and provide utility services.

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Clinics are stocking up on vaccines in a mobilization against a highly contagious liver disease spreading in Kanabec County: Hepatitis A. 

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Breakfast has long since been dubbed “the most important meal of the day.” While some might dispute that distinction, there’s no disputing that a delicious breakfast can be a great way to begin a day.

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Front L to R: Andrew and Teresa Kelling, Lorene Sherman and John Angstman.  Back: Pam, Ed, Steve, Nichole, Isac, Beth, Gaven, Deven and Heather Kelling.