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The Long Prairie -Grey Eagle baseball field is one of the facilities that could see a facelift with some proposed updates.
Following officer and committee appointments, the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Board of Education listened to a presentation from lead architect Dan Miller of JLG Architects out of Alexandria, detailing a list of potential projects the District is exploring for the summer of 2018. The District has just...
Jennifer and Tim Poland recently opened Leaning Silo Folk and Homestead School in rural Swanville. The first folk art class will be held there on Feb. 10.
  Traditions come and traditions go. What was once commonplace in the lives of our forebears—the very things that helped them get by from day to day, or make life easier or to pass the time—has become lost to convenience, lack of time, or just a complete lack of knowledge. But, what was once lost...
Students gather for breakfast in their classroom at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Elementary School.
  Everyone has had that feeling before lunch where productivity levels at work plummet due to developing hunger pains. That can also be the case when it comes to students in the classroom. For students in the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle school district, that issue has been alleviated this year with the...
  “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” was the plan for the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Board of Education at the annual reorganization meeting last Monday evening. The meeting is held to elect officers and appoint committee representatives for the New Year. All officers will remain in place in 2018. They...
The Todd County DFL wishes to remind everyone that in 2018 we will be electing selected legislature positions at both the state and federal levels. The process of choosing candidates begins with the precinct caucuses.  This year our caucuses will be held on Tuesday, February 6 2018.  Registration...
The Long Prairie City Council will be looking at ways to make reasonable accommodations to some of its ordinances. This comes in light of a challenge to the city’s animal ordinance and a subsequent scheduling of a public hearing in February regarding a variance application that would allow a...
The Long Prairie Police Department would like to remind all homeowners, renters and owners of property abutting any municipal or public sidewalks that they have an obligation for snow removal. According to Long Prairie City Ordinances, no such owner shall allow ice or snow on the sidewalks for more...
In September 2016, Palmer amaranth, Amaranthus palmeri, was initially discovered and confirmed in Minnesota. To date, isolated populations have been documented in first year conservation plantings in Yellow Medicine, Lyon, Douglas and Todd Counties. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA),...
LONG PRAIRIE, Minn.—University of Minnesota Extension will be holding the annual Cow/Calf Days workshop in Staples on Tuesday, January 23rd starting at 9:30 am in the Assembly Room at Central Lakes College. This event has been held for over 40 years and continues to be the leading information,...
Jose Herrera-Torres
  The sentencing of convicted murderer Jose Herrera-Torres has been rescheduled. Herrera was convicted last month in the 2nd Degree Murder of Dominga Guerrero of Long Prairie at their home on Todd St. S. Herrera was on trial in Todd County District Court the last week of November 2017. Now, the...

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