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Todd County is next at looking at the armory for potential future use.
  Todd County Public Works has been in the process of saving its allowance for the purpose of constructing a new Public Works Shop in Long Prairie for a while now.  At present, the department has saved $300,000 for this. The anticipated cost for a new facility was estimated at around $4 million....
Residents living in and around the Long Prairie area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. American Legion Post 12 will host this community event on Wednesday, Sept. 30...
Unless the Todd County Board of Commissioners find a way to trim things up for the 2016 budget, taxpayers could see an 11 percent increase in their county share of property taxes. The Todd County Board of Commissioners set its preliminary levy during a special meeting last Thursday. The budget was...
Lakewood Health System is helping you live well, which often means preventing illnesses before they happen. Because we understand the importance of protecting our patients and those around you, we will be offering flu shot clinics on pre-determined dates and times.  These clinics are intended to...
Rita (Robben) Stracek of Browerville who grew up in the Staples area with the completed Riverside Ladies Aid quilt from 1938 along with one of the other quilts that will be on display at the Browerville Community Center for Todd County History Day on October 3.
The fabric of our lives is often woven with many colorful events and people.  We fondly remember events and those who touch our lives in many ways. One of those ways is through the art of quilting. The word quilt comes from the Latin word ‘culcita’, meaning stuffed mattress or cushion. While no one...
The October 2015 meeting of the Prairie Quilters will be the first Thursday of the month. October 1, at 7 p.m. in the original location (Middle School, but a new room.) Please enter the school using door #S5 and go to room 108. You can park and enter at the south end of the school, facing Hwy 287...
Flu shot clinics are planned for Oct. 1 and 2, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. in Bldg 96 on the St. Cloud VA campus. During October, walk-in (no appointment needed) flu shot clinics are on Tuesdays from 4:30-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m.-12 noon in the west lobby of the main entrance (Bldg. 1). Spouses,...
The City of Long Prairie's offer to purchase the National Guard armory was turned down by. The county will now decide if they want to purchase it.
  The City of Long Prairie has found itself out of the running for the purchase of the Minnesota National Guard Training and Community Center.  The city had extended an offer of $1,000 to the National Guard for the armory and property after an appraisal found numerous items relating to the facility...
Tim and Casey Pesta together just before their donation and transplant surgeries. A benefit to help defray the costs of Tim’s kidney transplant has been scheduled for October.
  The thought of losing a family member can be a nightmarish proposition. But to see it happening right before your eyes is another matter. Tim Pesta of Long Prairie is a cancer survivor, having been diagnosed with stage three colon cancer in 2004, however his survival wasn’t without some long...
Ruth Wingeier of Long Prairie portages the canoe her and husband John King used to traverse the Missinaibi River.
Ruth Wingeier and John King of rural Long Prairie recently returned from a wilderness canoe trip down the Missinaibi River to James Bay on Hudson Bay.  The couple took 18 days to travel the 325 miles from near the headwaters of the remote river to Moosonee, a Cree village at tidewater on James Bay...

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