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The players in the production of Shrek include, in front, Noelle Kedrowski, Annika Gunderson, Caitlyn Douvier, Samantha Thieschafer, Cheryl Zimmerman, and Anna Woidoyla. Second row: Anna Blonigen, Lynsey Baggenstoss, Mason Lange, Andy Ripplinger, Stefani Pohlmann, Colin Prom, Shelby Krebs, McKenzie Barth, and Andrew Prokott. Third row: Cody Rahn, Bennett Westrich, Quade Evoniuk, Jarick Riefer, Rachel Prom, Alex Roerick, Samantha Blonigen, Alexis Krebs, Mia Roerick, and Jenna Ripplinger. In the tower: Brando
The Upsala Drama Club will be performing “Shrek” for their 2016 spring musical. Based on the movie of the same name, the show follows the adventures of the ogre Shrek (Ben Blonigen) as he meets Donkey (Andrew Prokott) and the two of them are sent by Lord Farquaad (Isaac Guthrie) to rescue the...
Runners take off from the starting line of last year’s Hike It or Bike It event.
This May will mark the 15th year that people have geared up and sweated out while running and/or biking at ‘Mama Marla’s Hike It or Bike It’ event held in Clotho. The idea for the event came to Marla Schnell when she helped with marathon training for a couple of her friends. For practice, she had...
The Orphan Train.
Between the years of 1854 and 1929, over 250,000 orphans and unwanted children were taken out of New York City and given away at train stations across America. This provided them the opportunity to find new homes in the developing Midwest, and resulted in both horror stories and happy endings....
Left to right are Shianne Teas, Andrea Hanson, Miles Kuschel, Roger Smith, Roger Zastrow and Senator Paul Gazelka (R – Nisswa).
Over 100 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on April 5 during one of the Farm Bureau Days on the Hill. This program is an annual event coordinated by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation. Among top issues Farm Bureau members focused on were changes to property taxes,...
Despite record crop yields, the incomes for Minnesota farms continued to decline in 2015, reaching their lowest point in inflation-adjusted dollars in 20 years, according to a study from the University of Minnesota Extension Service and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. A major factor was...
Bob Byers recently took over ownership of SA Design & Graphix. The new venture will be called Team 261.
  Long Prairie native Bob Byers, who has spent most of his professional life in St. Cloud, is taking on a new challenge in Long Prairie. Byers, who is a partner in Sunray Printing Solutions in St. Cloud and a 1988 graduate of Long Prairie High School, has taken over ownership of SA Design and...
Adrian Lee presented his paranormal experiences at the Long Prairie Library.
The Long Prairie public library played host to author and historian Adrian Lee last Thursday evening. It was a good turnout with many interested people attending. What was supposed to be an hour long program turned into an hour and 45 minutes. Lee spoke a lot about his new book’s first chapter...
Todd County Health & Human Services has been awarded a Title III grant by the Central Minnesota Council on Aging (CMCOA) as part of the Older Americans Act Program for the calendar year 2016.   The funds are to provide adults aged 60 and over with assisted transportation; including...
The quality of drinking water is an important issue for every well owner. Nitrate is one of the most common ground water contaminants found in rural areas. Drinking water with high nitrate concentrations can cause serious health effects in infants.  Infants consuming high amounts of nitrate may...
The Long Prairie Chamber Orchestra and internationally recognized violinist Andrew Sords will present its Past-Present-Future concert on April 23rd at 7:30 p.m. in the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High School auditorium. Mr. Sords returns to play with LPCO for the third time with music by Bruch....

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