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Regional artists and organizations involved in the arts have a few days left to reach out for a helping hand from the East Central Regional Arts Council (ECRAC).

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SCANDINAVIANS ARE LOSING their ties to lutefisk and yielding to Nigerian Americans and other West Africans who prefer dried fish. Americans are eating more herring.

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Snake River Valley Conservation 

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Online Mental Health Support Groups for Individuals and Families

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East Central School is pleased to announce its annual Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony will tentatively be held on Sunday, May 16. This is the opportunity for people to nominate former graduates of our school and our school’s heritage schools. This list would include Bruno, Askov, Sandstone, …

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Frank Moyer reclines in a brown chair in a small room at the Cottage in Hinckley. Cottage owner Mary Beth Beseke holds his foot in her gloved hand as she uses a pair of needle sharp tweezers to poke the bottom of his foot. She explains that she is checking to see how much feeling Moyer has i…

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This past weekend was the winter opener for trout in Minnesota which meant a busy weekend for Grindstone Lake. Driving by the south end of the lake on Sunday one could see vehicles lined up and down Grindstone Lake Road as anglers used the beach area to access their favorite spots. According…

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Pine County Public Works is making progress toward making the county more accessible for those with disabilities.

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Minnesota State University Moorhead

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Rodney Kish, age 60, passed away Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021 at Parmly in Chisago City after a year long battle with squamous cell carcinoma.

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Ardythe Ryan of Pine City passed away Jan. 15, 2021 at her winter home in Apache Junction, Arizona at the age of 92.

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The Pine City Area Chamber of Commerce currently has a vacant seat on the Board of Directors for a term that ends Dec. 31, 2021. Eligible candidates must be a current member of the Pine City Area Chamber with an interest in serving the Pine City Business Community through networking, advocat…

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Pine City’s Mason Mikyska tries to drive around a Cambridge-Isanti defender on his way to the net during the Dragons’ season-opener against the Bluejackets. Pine City wound up falling to C-I 6-5 this past Saturday.

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