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Veganism is marked by a choice to abstain from the use of animal products, including in one’s diet. It is different from vegetarianism because vegetarians may consume some animal products, namely eggs, milk and honey, while vegans will not.

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With a 97.25% affirmative vote from Midland Co-op Credit Union members, a partnership/merger between SPIRE and MCCU will become effective Nov. 1, 2021. 

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As Minnesotans make the seasonal switch to sweaters and pumpkin spice lattes, insects are making a seasonal switch as well. Cooler days and especially cooler mornings send signals to certain insects: winter is coming.

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Improving health and wellness is possible for anyone who uses drugs, including the more than 14,000 Minnesotans who had an overdose treated at a hospital in 2020. In fact, in 2020, for every overdose death of a Minnesota resident, there were 14 nonfatal overdoses reported.

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The number of active positive COVID-19 cases in Kanabec County has increased throughout September and October. 

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As the search for Ashley Lynn Miller (Carlson) enters its third week, family and friends of the missing woman are reaching out to help find information that could bring Ashley home. 

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A local trail race that leads runners through wooded trails during the height of fall beauty has been gaining momentum, drawing runners to Mora from across the state. 

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Medicare’s annual Open Enrollment period runs from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. The Open Enrollment period allows you to make changes to your current Medicare plan and your Part D drug plan. The changes you make will take effect on Jan. 1 of the following year.

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A winter jacket, a phone number for mental health help, a person to contact for legal assistance, a way to stay warm this winter — these are just some of the items available at a single community event aims to help meet the need of area’s homeless or low-income persons.

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When hosting a gathering in the fall, it’s handy to have plenty of desserts available to tempt various palates. Carrot cake boasts an antioxidant-rich main ingredient and offers some semblance of nutrition amid the sugar rush of other offerings. Plus, its orange hue fits in perfectly with th…

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The Stage North Theatre Company, in Brainerd is presenting the world premiere of “Paul Bunyan: The Man, The Myth, The Musical” by Mora resident Roger Nieboer. It is being directed by former Mora High School teacher Gary Hirsch and choreographed by former community education pre-school teache…

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Twenty-six year old Kaitlyn (LaFrance) Hawkinson sort of fell in to her career as a pilot in the United States Air Force. 

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A grilled cheese sandwich is a simple pleasure enjoyed by children and adults alike. Knowing how to create a delicious grilled cheese sandwich is a handy skill. Even though the sandwich may seem simple, there are some tricks to the trade to achieve a golden, crispy-on-the-outside, gooey-on-t…

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The public is invited to attend a grand opening ceremony for the new Mora Dog Park from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at 800 Forest Ave W near the Kanabec County History Center. The gates will be unlocked at approximately 1 p.m. followed by time to socialize and meet with local and area pet se…

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Cool, crisp and almost autumn weather greeted arriving pilots and early attendees at Saturday’s Mora Fly-In. The 8 a.m. to noon event was sponsored by the city and the Mora Airport Advisory Board and started with a presentation of colors by the Lee Goldsmith Mora American Legion Post 201. Th…

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The City of Mora and Mora Public Schools are pleased to announce the launch of new videos to promote the community. The two organizations recently collaborated on the production of a series of three videos to promote the positive aspects of the community and school district. The videos, prod…

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As the days cool, autumn cooking starts to heat up. If soup hasn’t yet been on the menu, then now is the time to explore new recipes that can warm us up from the inside out.

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Minnesota Energy Resources is helping the brave individuals who work to keep our communities safe every day by awarding five local fire departments its Rewarding Responders Grant. This year, each department will receive a share of nearly $10,000 to purchase lifesaving equipment.

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The City of Braham is hosting the Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee bonding tour from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at the Braham Event Center. Local residents interested in improving drinking water and upgraded sewage treatment facilities with state grant assistance are…