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The Flyers girls soccer team traveled to Zimmerman and lost 2-0, Sept. 22. [Read More]
The Royals volleyball team traveled to Foley, Tuesday, Sept. 27, and despite their best efforts, fell in three. They lost in matches of 18-25, 16-25... [Read More]
In May 2011, five friends who shared a love for dancing, decided to start a line dancing group in Central Minnesota. [Read More]
A Randall man was seriously injured, Thursday, when he was involved in a collision near Baxter. [Read More]
To support local high schools with their financial aid efforts, the Ready, Set, FAFSA series will again be offered to students and families this fall.... [Read More]
Applications are now being accepted for the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation Scholarship Council (FSC) scholarship program. As part of Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union's continued... [Read More]
Joel Vogel presented a program to the Little Falls Lions Club members about the Advocates for Health smart monitored, outdoor, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) program... [Read More]
Morrison County Emergency Manager/Communications Supervisor, Victoria MacKissock, left, was the recipient of the 2022 Minnesota Emergency Management Director of the Year award, presented by Association... [Read More]
A "Meet and Greet" has been coordinated to allow the community to meet candidates for Little Falls School Board and Morrison County commissioner seats. It... [Read More]
Morrison County Jail Programmer Tim Brummer, was the recipient of the 2022 Jail Programmer of the Year award. [Read More]
City Sanitary is a silver sponsor for the St Gabriel's Hospital Advocates upcoming event, Oct. 14. [Read More]
The Boys & Girls Club will be open on all Little Falls Schools early release days this year (Oct. 5, Nov. 16 and March 8,... [Read More]
The city of Genola will hold a curbside cleanup day for residents and businesses within city limits of Genola Tuesday, Oct. 4. Items must be... [Read More]
Pepperoni pizza, coleslaw, green beans, fruit, milk. [Read More]
The Pierz Healy High Junior High Student Council is partnering with the senior high students involved in Encouraging Positive Influence and Choices (EPIC) for a... [Read More]
To the Editor:... [Read More]
To the Editor:RINO alert — true patriots neither attack as false our freedoms nor boast about banning educational resources and health care choices as does... [Read More]
Morrison County is going green — literally. [Read More]
The Little Falls City Council postponed a decision until Oct. 3, on a potential lease agreement for city vehicles with Enterprise. [Read More]
Greg Friedrich is a man who wears many hats. [Read More]
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