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Present for the check presentation were, left to right, Jeff Barth, Lions Club secretary; Tom Kuehne, Lions charitable gambling manager; Sandy Rausch, Stone Hill owner; Dan Symanietz, township officer; Mike Rausch, Stone Hill owner; and Debbie Symanietz, township officer.
The Swanville Lions Club donated $1,000 to Cushing Township for roof and other repairs of the pavilion in Cushing Community Park through proceeds of the club’s pull tab operation at Stone Hill Bar and Grill, west of Randall.  
Joe Neath of Watertown was reelected state president of the Minnesota National Farmers Organization at the annual reorganization meeting in Sauk Centre Feb. 17. Joe and his wife LuAnn operate 450 acres of alfalfa, corn, and soybeans near Watertown and raise Holstein steers. They have two sons with...
Lakewood Health System has been recognized by the Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA) for superior performance in quality and patient safety as part of MHA’s Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN). MHA is one of 16 national, regional or state organizations selected by the U.S. Department...
  Over the last few weeks, the Leader has taken apart the proposed plan for the downtown area. The plan so far has taken stock of what we have, the struggles we face, what people want to see and now we’re going to take a look at how we can get there. Here is the plan: Downtown Vision Plan  This...
  The staff and students and at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High School have done it again by becoming one of the best high school’s in the state and country.  U.S. News and World Report recently released its annual ranking of high schools across the country on a national and state level.  In...
  Science in school has come a long way from simply reading something in a book and taking it at face value.  While kids have been dissecting frogs and worms and the like for years other forms of physical science are harder to ascertain and understand without seeing how they work in real life. Take...
  After visiting with students at Franklin Elementary School in Rochester, Governor Mark Dayton urged the Minnesota Legislature last week to support and pass $137.9 million in one-time Emergency School Aid for schools across Minnesota.  Governor Dayton’s proposal would provide additional, needed...
Pictured from Left to Right: Erica Hollermann, Megan Pachan, Rebekka Paskewitz, Megan Hollermann, Rachel Paskewitz and Olivia Hollermann. -Ashley Thiel Photography
On March 10th the Todd County American Dairy Association held their annual Princess and Ambassador coronation.  The day was filled with speeches, personal interviews, mock media interviews, crafting and seminars.  Each girl needed to write a speech to present to the judges, who also conducted their...
A study published in January by biologists at the University of California-San Diego showed data that honey bees are the world’s most important single species of pollinators in natural ecosystems. Many people are aware that honey bees play a crucial role in the pollinating process, but many people...
By Jason C. Brown, Publisher/Editor   Last week the Leader looked at the inventory and analysis that was done concerning the downtown area. This week’s edition takes another step forward in the Downtown Vision process.  As part of the community engagement process, the future vision for downtown...

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