The USA Honor Squard includes, in front, from left, Cullen Lundeen, rifle guard and squad NCO, Nick Guthrie, squad executive officer, Kira Poppenhagen, squad commanding officer, Nick Dulas, rifle guard and squad officer. In back, from left, Xavier Stevens (USAF flag,) Quinn Guthrie (USCG flag,) Caleb Guthrie (USMC flag,) Desiree Kuhl (Navy flag,) Nolan Kuepers (Army flag,) Colton Kuhl (Gadsden flag,) and Dominic Eggert, assistant squad leader (U.S. Flag.)
At the annual Veterans Day show on Sunday, November 11, the USA (Upsala/Swanville Area) C
The polling station at the Long Prairie City Hall was a busy place yesterday as voters cast their ballots.
This was a busy election season with numerous candidates showing interest and seeking support to change up local government.
The Long Prairie City Hall polling station was a busy place Nov. 6.
The Long Prairie Literary Club includes, in front, Fran Bokinskie, Gloria Ebacher, Dianne Flaten, Alice Siegle and Rogene Moss. Second row, Joan Dougherty, Marge Wall, Shirley Lano, Marge Morgan, Josie Terwey, Mary Terwey and Jane Schmid. Third row: Jan King, Donna Ostendorf, Phyliss Mosby, Pat Gray, Jane Bishop, Gloria Hebert and Sue Stine. In back, Marsha Paulsen, Dee Gjerstad, Jan Jorgensen, Annette Skiftun, Mary Borgheiinck, June Elmes and Linda Kielty. Photo Courtesy of the Dairyland Peach.
Senior goaltender Mackenzie Och scooped up one of her 53 saves in last Thursday’s win against Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato.
Longtime tennis coach Curt Hatfield was honored at last Wednesday’s Prairie Conference banquet for his years of service to Long Prairie, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, Swanville, and Upsala.
The USA Honor Squard includes, in front, from left, Cullen Lundeen, rifle guard and squad NCO, Nick Guthrie, squad executive officer, Kira Poppenhagen, squad commanding officer, Nick Dulas, rifle guard and squad officer. In back, from left, Xavier Stevens (USAF flag,) Quinn Guthrie (USCG flag,) Caleb Guthrie (USMC flag,) Desiree Kuhl (Navy flag,) Nolan Kuepers (Army flag,) Colton Kuhl (Gadsden flag,) and Dominic Eggert, assistant squad leader (U.S. Flag.)
The polling station at the Long Prairie City Hall was a busy place yesterday as voters cast their ballots.
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The Long Prairie City Hall polling station was a busy place Nov. 6.
  This was a busy election season with numerous candidates showing interest and seeking support to change up local government.  At the national level, house races went as expected as Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives and the Republicans expanded their grip on the Senate. ...
The Long Prairie Literary Club includes, in front, Fran Bokinskie, Gloria Ebacher, Dianne Flaten, Alice Siegle and Rogene Moss. Second row, Joan Dougherty, Marge Wall, Shirley Lano, Marge Morgan, Josie Terwey, Mary Terwey and Jane Schmid. Third row: Jan King, Donna Ostendorf, Phyliss Mosby, Pat Gray, Jane Bishop, Gloria Hebert and Sue Stine. In back, Marsha Paulsen, Dee Gjerstad, Jan Jorgensen, Annette Skiftun, Mary Borgheiinck, June Elmes and Linda Kielty. Photo Courtesy of the Dairyland Peach.
  In October, when members of the Women’s Literary Club of Long Prairie read and discussed Mary Engelbreit’s book Artful Words, they were continuing a 125-year old tradition. The Women’s Literary Club of Long Prairie held its first meeting at the home of Mrs. E.B. Wood in October of 1893. There...
CentraCare Health – Long Prairie’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Lisa Lahr.  Lisa recently acquired her Certificate in Aquatic Physical Therapy Clinical Competency (CAPTCC).
Focused preventive care and wellness, beyond the rapidly progressing brick-and-mortar construction, are within reach due to steps taken by CentraCare Health – Long Prairie’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Lisa Lahr.  Lisa recently acquired her Certificate in Aquatic Physical Therapy Clinical...
The Todd County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a hunting related shooting incident. On Nov. 10, at approximately 5:39 p.m., the Todd County Sheriff’s Office responded to a hunting accident involving a hunter that had been shot at 21691 County 105.  Dustin VanNorman had suffered a gunshot wound...
The Long Prairie Bright Friday Night will again take place the Friday after Thanksgiving on Nov. 23.  The event will feature an open house and prize drawings all day long at Hats Off Coffee on Central Avenue. A food wagon will also be available for everyone at Santa’s Lane on 3rd Street N near the...
It is that time of year again, when in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the sight of The Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettles and the sound of the bells remind us to be thankful for what we have and to think of others less fortunate. Often when people think of those in need, they picture the...
Senior goaltender Mackenzie Och scooped up one of her 53 saves in last Thursday’s win against Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato.
By Taylor Lunemann, Staff Writer   There is a reason teams in any sport spend much of the preseason on conditioning. The Prairie Centre girls learned that all those drills do pay off during last Thursday’s home and season opener against Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato. The Blue Devils managed to weather a...
Longtime tennis coach Curt Hatfield was honored at last Wednesday’s Prairie Conference banquet for his years of service to Long Prairie, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, Swanville, and Upsala.
  There are a few things in life you can always count on. For over 40 years in Long Prairie, you could count on Curt Hatfield coaching tennis just as much as you could count on the sun rising in the east and setting in the west. This last fall was the first time in over four decades that Hatfield...

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Senior goaltender Mackenzie Och scooped up one of her 53 saves in last Thursday’s win against Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato., From left: Savannah Lowe, Allie Lemke, Megan Och, and Ally Ecker celebrate in front of a big student section following Ecker’s third period goal against LDC last Thursday.
By Taylor Lunemann,Staff Writer There is a reason teams in any sport spend much of the preseason on conditioning. The Prairie Centre girls learned that all those drills do pay off during last...

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