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Landowners, counties and watershed districts are now reviewing the preliminary map of Minnesota public waters requiring protective buffers. Landowners who have buffers identified on their property can work with their local soil and water conservation district or drainage authority to ensure the...
Craig Williams
  Craig Lamont Williams, who is charged with the August 2013 2nd degree murder of Nancy Crider of Long Prairie, is seeking to represent himself in his own murder trial set to begin July 18 in Todd County District Court. Williams is also seeking to have a change in venue or a more diverse jury...
Authorities and first responders worked to secure a tractor-trailer accident at the intersection of Highway 71 and Highway 27 south of Long Prairie the afternoon of April 11.
Authorities and first responders worked to secure a tractor-trailer accident at the intersection of Highway 71 and Highway 27 south of Long Prairie the afternoon of April 11. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Eugene J. Yarke, 80, Sauk Centre, was driving...
Steve and Aaron Gould will perform their impressive shooting show April 23 at Camp Lebanon.
With strict orders to “Shoot to Thrill!” the Gould Brothers are bringing the “World’s Most Entertaining Shooting Exhibition” to Camp Lebanon on Saturday, April 23 for a 1:00 p.m. shooting show for men and boys. Featuring Steve and Aaron Gould from the Long Prairie area, the exhibition is free of...
Terri Petron distinctly remembers the first time she heard the sound of a violin.  “It was Midnight Mass at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Long Prairie, and Laurel Lano played the violin from the choir loft. I was just 5 or 6, but I remember thinking that it was the sound of Heaven. I had never...
On Wednesday, April 13, Minnesota House Republicans unveiled a series of proposals to increase broadband access throughout Minnesota.  The proposals total $35 million including $7 million dedicated to improving broadband access for Minnesota students through new, innovative grant programs.  Rep....
  Of all the departments in the City of Long Prairie, the police department is the only one that doesn’t close or go home till tomorrow—ever.  To help with an increase in calls and incidents, the Long Prairie City Council gave its approval to move part-time police officer Brittany Just over to full...
Senior Business Lender/Senior Vice President Alan Ulbricht (L) and Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer Paul Skorheim accepted the Star Business Award after Minnesota National Bank helped the Browerville gas station project move forward.
The Todd County Development Corporation held its annual banquet last Monday evening at the Browerville Community Center to celebrate its 2015 achievements and inform guests about goals for 2016. The purpose of the TCDC is to sustain and promote diverse economic development that improves the quality...
Front: Cullen Lundeen, Emily Johnson, Libby Wimmer, Delaney Chuba, Isaac Miller, Braydon Loven, and Ronelle Hasse. In back, Isaac Gapinski, Chloe Geschwill, Elli Johnson, Connor Gerads, Beau Thieschafer, Clara Hagen, and Abby Wimmer all enjoy some time on their rollerskates.
Swanville students, grades K-12, enjoyed the lifetime activity of roller-skating during their physical education classes from March 29-April 7.   Students sharpened their skills of balance, coordination, strength and endurance while having fun!  Dreamland Enterprises, Inc. of Long Prairie provided...
The 2016 Community Garden meeting will be held Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at City Hall Council Chambers at 7 p.m.  Payments for your growing space may be paid at the meeting. If you want the same space you had last year, please arrive early. If you cannot make it to this meeting and want to reserve...

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