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Changing Gaits, an equine therapy non-profit organization located in Brook Park has been making strides toward their goal of raising $60,000 for one year’s worth of care of the program’s 35 therapy horses. 

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Thanksgiving is a food lover’s paradise. Even though the turkey and side dishes are the crowning achievements on Thanksgiving, hungry guests will need something to tide them over until the pièce de résistance is ready. In such situations, bite-sized appetizers that are tasty yet not too fill…

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At its core, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development aims to end discrimination and encourage opportunities for low-income people and businesses. One of the ways it does this is by mandating that — in instances where cities are using HUD grant monies for municipal proje…

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The next meeting of the Ogilvie City Council is 6:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at The Ogilvie City Hall at 102 N Hill Ave, Ogilvie.  

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The next meeting of the Mora School Board is at 6:30 p.m. Dec 16, 2021. Meetings are at the Mora Elementary School Commons area and are also recorded and posted to the school’s YouTube channel: Mora HS YouTube. 

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Two people have been charged with multiple counts of burglary, theft and drug possession after allegedly breaking into the home of a man they knew to be recently deceased. 

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Raymond Wayne Reed, 29, of Brook Park was charged with four felonies and one gross misdemeanor including fleeing from police in a chase that reached over 100 mph. 

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Squeezing through a long hallway, packed along the way with everything from cereals to shampoo, Mora Coborn’s Store Manager Dean Randt opens the door to a freezer piled high with cases of whole turkeys, waiting to be cooked on Thanksgiving Day. 

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Do you get rave reviews on your homemade breads, cakes and cookies? Are family and friends asking to buy your yummy home canned salsa and pickles? Have you considered starting a food business out of your home but are at a loss where to start? Join University of Minnesota Extension Food Safet…

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Ogilvie Public Schools held their annual Veterans Day program on Nov. 11 to remember those who have served. Veterans were invited to attend the program and reception. 

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Melanie Mainquist of Mora, Minnesota received the Honorary American FFA Degree during the 94th National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis on Oct. 29, 2021. 

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Welia Health welcomes Morgan Russek, a third-year medical student from the University of Minnesota Medical School-Duluth, who is taking part in the Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP).

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The fate of the Crisman family’s access to their home on Hornet Street has taken a turn as a judge amended his earlier ruling, now concluding Hillman Township must maintain the full length of Hornet Street. 

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Kanabec County is experiencing some of the highest levels of COVID-19 spread in the nation. 

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Wednesday, Aug. 25: At approximately 4:17 p.m. the Mora Area Fire Department was called to Commercial Plastics in Mora where a water flow alarm was going off. They worked with the site supervisors to inspect the panel. The supervisors determined it was a false alarm/equipment malfunction. Th…

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Mora High School English teacher Dr. Jackie Stevens has been selected as one of four 2021 Educators of Excellence by the Minnesota Rural Education Association. The MREA recently announced winners and recognized them for their resilience, leadership, and innovation in Greater Minnesota public…

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In an attempt to reduce stockpiles of tires on properties throughout the county, the Kanabec County Board of Commissioners has proposed significant changes to its waste tire ordinance.

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We are met today to pay the impersonal tribute. The name of him whose body lies before us took flight with his imperishable soul. We know not whence he came, but only that his death marks him with the everlasting glory of an American dying for his country.