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A tornado hits the Vasaloppet trails on July 3, 1985 flattening, twisting and tangling an area three miles long and a half-mile wide.

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With Minnesota’s 2021 spring turkey hunting season entering its final weeks, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds firearms turkey hunters who have an unused tag from an earlier hunt period that they can participate in the final hunt period Wednesday, May 19, through Monday, …

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The Ogilvie wrestling squad held their awards banquet on May 5. In addition to the individual awards listed below, The Guillotine magazine’s May issue named its academic all state high school wrestling team based on academic and athletic performance. Ogilvie had three wrestlers named to the …

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The Mora wresting squad held its award banquet on April 28. Their season ending record was 18-6 overall and 5-1 in the Granite Ridge Conference. The team earned the 2020-2021 MWCA Academic Team Gold Status Award: Team GPA 3.67. Following is a list of award winners:

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The Mora High School Varsity Track and Field teams competed in their first meet this spring after spring sports were canceled in 2020. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Chris Goebel for his insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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The Mora High School Varsity Girls Golf team played their first match this spring after spring sports were canceled in 2020. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Joy Whitbred for her insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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After missing their 2020 season, Mora’s tennis coaches and their athletes are soaking up fresh air, sun and joys of being on the court. As the spring season gets underway, the Kanabec County Times asked boys tennis Head Coach Pete Balmer for his insights into the team’s priorities for the 20…

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The Mora High School Varsity Boys Golf team played their first match this spring after spring sports were canceled in 2020. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Sarah Ellstrom for her insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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Strong in the classroom and strong on the field, the Mora High School Varsity Softball team is proving to be high performers. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Charlie Whitebred for his insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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The Ogilvie High School Varsity Baseball team played their first game this spring after spring sports were canceled in 2020. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Benji Besser for his insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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The Ogilvie High School Varsity Track and Field teams competed in their first meet this spring after spring sports were canceled in 2020. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Brenda Lombard for her insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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The Ogilvie High School Varsity Softball team is quickly catching up on their skills as the spring season gets underway. Despite having lost their 2020, coaches are surprised at how quickly these Lions have come together as a team. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Jessica Bester for…

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The Mora High School Varsity Baseball team played their first game this spring after spring sports were cancelled in 2020. The Kanabec County Times asked Head Coach Jayson Pautzke for his insights into the team’s priorities for the 2021 season:

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Early-season walleye anglers on Mille Lacs Lake will be able to keep one walleye 21-23 inches long or one longer than 28 inches. Summer will bring catch-and-release walleye fishing, with a mid-season closure, before the potential for a one-fish limit returns in the fall.

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In May of 1978 the Mora Train Depot becomes Vasaloppet Headquarters. It serves as a control point for race activities starting with preparations for the 1979 race, a repository for records and a display area for race memorabilia.

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Ethan Warren concluded his state tournament run with four wins and two losses in the tournament. He claimed sixth place and earned All-State honors in the 152 pound weight class. Ethan’s last win was the 150th of his career.