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Ashlee Helseth, Aiden Meikamp, Sara Revermann and Dennis Kreemer at the Old Hippie Cafe in Grey Eagle.
There are few things in life or society that are symbiotic with each other. While it’s true that we all rely on each other for something at some point it’s something truly special when one benefits entirely on the existence of another and vice-versa.  The Eagle’s Crossing Adult Day Center in Grey...
  The Long Prairie City Council is in the process of considering a request from CentraCare Health—Long Prairie for a donation of $100,000 for the wellness facility project.  In consideration of this, the city tabled action on the matter at its last meeting and has consulted with its attorney Joseph...
  The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School District has a handful of personnel moves to make in preparation for the 2018-19 school year. That was a topic of discussion at the regular monthly meeting on Feb. 26. One key decision was in the lower grades at the elementary. Much like in the past, the Board...
Flu activity is still high in Minnesota, and county health officials still anticipate many weeks of flu activity to come. An increase in influenza B is often seen in the spring. This has been a particularly severe season with over 4,600 hospitalizations reported so far—the highest number in a...
A deer feeding ban remains in effect for 16 counties located in central, north-central and southeastern Minnesota, according to the Department of Natural Resources.  “This time of year, we start to hear of people interested in feeding deer, especially when they see deer searching for food before...
There were plenty of vendors/employers that participated in a recent job fair that was hosted at First Baptist Church in Long Prairie on Mar. 2. Publicity, facility costs, supplies, and refreshments were donated by: Advantage 1, American Family Insurance, American Heritage Bank, Coborn’s, Hats Off...
When we think of a food source in Minnesota, we often consider grain fields, gardens, poultry farms, orchards, and cows. How often do we think of a maple tree? State parks are home to thousands of maple trees from which pure maple syrup is made. Attend a free program at a state park and learn about...
Teresa’s dad, Charlie Crews and his wife Kathy, at left, made the donation in Teresa’s name to the Todd County Council on Aging. Charlie hopes this will keep Teresa’s memory alive. At right is Jody Bebault who has taken an active role in the distribution of the materials. 
Courtesy of Karin L. Nauber Independent News Herald   Her name was Teresa Crews... Most of us in these parts didn’t know her.  But many of us will know her legacy thanks to the priceless gift she left behind when she passed away on November 22, 2017 at the age of 53. Teresa was the daughter of...
  Hunger, whether we know it or not, is all around us. People who are hungry are all around us. They are our neighbors, fellow church goers, classmates or coworkers. For many of the less fortunate, community based food shelves are the only real stable form of regular nutrition they may see. Each...
The Minnesota Child Victims Act, which lifted for three years the civil statute of limitations for allegations of past sexual abuse of minors, ended in May 2016. During that time, a total of 74 civil claims were made against the Diocese of St. Cloud. The claims named 31 members of the clergy who...

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