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  The Board of Education at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Schools took a look at, and approved, the preliminary budget for the upcoming 2018-19 school year at a regular meeting on June 18.  The Board got a chance to see a “first look” preliminary budget a couple months ago, and learned the district is...
After two years of water sampling and testing the health of the Mississippi River Brainerd Watershed’s lakes and streams, the results are in, and for an overwhelming majority of Todd County’s waters it’s good news. Out of the 16 lakes and streams tested in Todd County, 12 met or exceeded the state...
The Todd County Chaplaincy golf classic and dinner will be held Saturday, July 14, 2018 at the Long Prairie Country Club. Registration is at 10 a.m. and shotgun start is at 12 noon. Proceeds benefit the Todd County Chaplaincy and suicide prevention. For more information contact Chaplain Dave...
The Minnesota Historical Society recently announced 45 recipients of 50 Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Small Grants ($10,000 and less), totaling $387,728 in 26 counties. Small grants are awarded quarterly to help nonprofit and educational organizations, government units and tribal...
Thanks to generous support from local donations, the Long Prairie public library was able to schedule a popular program about “The Raptors of Minnesota,” put on by the University of Minnesota. The fundraiser was put on in March with each Great River Regional Library choosing a specific target for...
Long Prairie’s 15-year-old wastewater treatment system, though not outdated, is at capacity.
  Public wastewater isn’t a very exciting thing when it comes to the public discourse. It isn’t controversial; it’s something we’d rather just forget about, because as long as the toilet keeps flushing, what’s the big deal? Right? Well, it is a big deal. As a population, we often don’t know for...
The Long Drive-In is back up and running for another full season after losing its screen to a strong summer storm last July.
  Small business owners owe everything to their hard work and dedication and the local patrons that support them. That’s why, when something terrible happens to the owner, an employee or the business itself, everyone misses out.  A year ago, the unthinkable happened to one of our local...
The Long Prairie Assembly of God Royal Rangers helped clean up the Community Gardens.
Last Thursday the Royal Ranger Outpost 100 of Long Prairie Assembly of God started out the summer digging up the raised boxes at the community gardens and clearing the weeds around the sign.  The Rangers were able to complete their project and gave their special thanks for donations from Ace...
Jeff Rinde in the eight stall milking parlor along with one of the farm’s employees who is milking the cows. The parlor makes milking the 250-cow herd more manageable.
  It may be a parent’s dream come true—having all your children come back and work on the family farm... For the Roger and Bonnie Rinde family of Browerville, that dream has come true—their three children—Jeff, Justin and Kayla—and their families have all returned home to the farm and they have...
On Friday, July 13, 2018, community members are invited to join teams to help the American Cancer Society lead the fight against cancer at the Relay For Life of Morrison County and Todd County. The event is from 5-11 p.m. at the Little Falls High School. The event will feature  games, Survivor...

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