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Summer is a time to relax and take it easy, and for the Long Prairie Chamber Orchestra, it’s their time to cut back on the rehearsal load and open up a lighter repertoire. In the tradition of summer movie fare, the LPCO brings you Summer at the Movies as its contribution to the Long Prairie Concert...
Food, music, a fiber spinning demonstration, farm produce, crafts, and home business products will all be available at Long Prairie’s fourth annual Harvest Festival on Saturday August 29th. This year the Festival will be held at Hats Off Coffee in downtown Long Prairie from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dan...
Chris Petron and Pat Gray, Christie Home Historical Society tour guides are flanked by visitors from New York Mills.
Saturday, July 18th was a beautiful day for a tour - just ask any of our 47 visitors from New York Mills.  Our group of visitors toured the Christie home and had nothing but praise for the Christie Home Historical Society’s care of the house and its furnishings.  Rarely is found an historical home...
The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood in August and help meet the constant need for blood products by patients. Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood.  Summer is an especially difficult time to collect enough blood to meet the needs of hospital patients. Despite...
It was a beautiful day for the 34th annual Todd County Farmers’ Union picnic held in Clarissa on Sunday. Bellies were filled with a meal featuring pulled pork and roast beef while those in attendance also were treated to live music by Dan Remer. Door prizes were awarded and games were played at the event.
It was a beautiful day for the 34th annual Todd County Farmers’ Union picnic held in Clarissa on Sunday. Bellies were filled with a meal featuring pulled pork and roast beef while those in attendance also were treated to live music by Dan Remer. Door prizes were awarded and games were played at the...
There is a location change for your August meeting (due to construction at the Middle School). The Prairie Quilters meeting will be held in the Commons Area at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High School (across the street from the Fairgrounds). The August meeting will be held Thursday, August 6, 2015...
ST CLOUD, Minn. (7/27/2015) — Freezing is a quick and convenient way to preserve sweet corn. If you have the freezer space, corn is an excellent vegetable to store frozen.   If you harvest corn, do it early in the morning before it gets hot. Husk ears and remove silk, then bring a large kettle of...
Establishing a Sand Beach Todd County lakes are a great resource to be enjoyed and nothing is better than lounging lakeside in the sand.  However, only a few of our lakes have natural sand beaches in place and there are limitations on establishing new beach areas.  As nice as beach areas are –...
Our Week In Review It has been a beautiful summer so far -but it is flying by along with some other things due to the recent windy days.  We have had a busy week with a visit and Dairy Queen treats from Matt, Stephanie, Boston & Max.  At the coffee party we were served coffee and Bismarks while...
Our Week In Review It is the middle of July already but we have been able to get out for many rides and spend lots of time outdoors.  We are all so thankful for the beautiful summer - but it is flying by.  Sue- a new volunteer, came and a nice group gathered and made some beautiful cards.   Lilac...

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