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Birth defects are common, costly, and critical. In the United States, a baby is born with a birth defect every 4 ½ minutes leading to 120,000 babies affected each year.   Birth defects are the most common cause of death in the first year of life and the second most common cause of death in children...
The middle of January already!! --Winter is flying by. Tony was up with music to celebrate the January birthdays and cake and ice cream was served, the pins were flying at bowling, the purchasing Dept. served cherry bars to go along with coffee at the Coffee Social, The Snowmen were on the run and...
By now many people are holding strong with their New Years resolution at losing weight. This week’s recipe will not help you, however, but perhaps you will get off the chair and make this recipe which can account for some activity and if you add in some squats and lunges as you prepare it, it could...
In a recent online article in “Successful Farming” the top 6 New Year’s resolutions for Farmers were listed. I was happy to see that Conservation made the list. Conservation as part of your overall farm business plan and goals is a very smart idea. We often see while working with conservation...
BRRRR  Baby It’s cold outside-   Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and the best New Year ever is ahead for all of us!  The time is flying and never a dull moment up here on the hill.  Jerry B. was up to entertain a large group at Social Hour and turkey legs, cheese sticks, crackers and pop,...
We are open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Stop in and check us out! 50 3rd St. N, Long Prairie. Follow us on Facebook @ Long Prairie Senior Center, Long Prairie MN January Activities 3 Wii Bowling at 10:30 a.m. 4 Fiber art projects all day, check out our craft cupboard! 5 Bridge at 12...
The American Legion Auxiliary Post 12 met on Monday, December 18, 2017 with President, Marge Gadbaw calling the meeting to order with 6 members present. Chaplain Darlene Bodle read a prayer followed by a moment of silence for our fallen heros. The Pledge of allegiance and Preamble to the...
By the time Thanksgiving and Christmas are over, I am so sick of turkey and ham AND their leftovers that I really don’t care to hear about the ways you can use them up. Personally I’d rather freeze the leftovers till I am hungry for them again. You can only do so much with them and they still all...
BRRRR hope you are staying close to the fire place. Winter is here and Baby It’s Cold Outside! Hopefully Christmas is lots of good memories now and 2018 is right around the corner. Cenex donated pizza to go along with Bingo, several got together for In between cards after supper, homemade bread was...
It’s been six months since Minnesotans have been able to shop for liquor on Sunday. I wondered how it was going so I talked to Pam, the manager at Riverside Liquor in Long Prairie and the owner at Spiritz Liquor in Melrose. As Les Lyon says on KEYL radio about another liquor store; they are my...

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