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Chuck had help painting from volunteers James Ruiz, Ashley Lopez, and the Brunkhorst brothers.
Chuck McMurray helped bring the winter spirit to downtown Long Prairie by painting his original drawings in the windows of Hart’s Mall.  
FFA Vice President Tanner Gjerstad (L) and President Jadon Buntjer (R) were present to accept the check for the LPGE FFA and Agricultural Department.
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Agricultural Department received a $250 grant from CHS Prairie Lakes to assist in purchasing an ATV sprayer that will be used to train students about sprayer safety and calibration procedures in Agronomy, Ag Mechanics, Horticulture and Agriscience courses taught at LPGE...
The Minnesota Highway Safety Center will be offering a 55+ Driver Improvement Course on the following days: Thursday, January 14, 4 hour refresher course, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Elementary K6 Building- Com Ed, 215 2nd St S; Long Prairie The Driver Improvement course is open...
The Minnesota Board of Animal Health announced today that it has lifted the last of the quarantines that were placed on each of the 108 farms infected with highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) this year. All sites have completed cleaning and disinfection of their facilities and have received...
Former music LPGE music instructor Orv Dahlen shows off the marching band exhibit. Dahlen, along with former marching band director Ray Gove, put together the exhibit for the historical society.
The Todd County Historical Society recently added a permanant exhibit featuring the Minnesota Marching M'Bassadors. The display was the center of attention during the recent holiday open house last week. 
Students put the final touches on a tree at the nursing home.
Members of the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle National Honor Society, Student Council and Chamber Singers recently brought holiday cheer to the Long Prairie Long Term Care Center. These students took time out of their busy schedules to decorate the nursing home Christmas trees and visited with residents....
  The City of Long Prairie recently settled with its two labor unions representing the public works department and the police department. The terms of the agreement for both parties is for two years. The first year will see a general wage increase of three percent in 2016. 2017 will see a wage...
The LPGE Board met last Wednesday for a work session to discuss the next phase of the Deferred Maintenance project, as well as the future of the track program. With phase one complete, Superintendent Jon Kringen laid out the financial situation for the coming phases. He noted he believes they’re in...
A year ago, South Country Health Alliance (SCHA) awarded nearly $3 million to 17 organizations through its Community Reinvestment Grant program to support initiatives focused on improving the health of SCHA members and addressing community social determinants of health. SCHA selected Todd County...
Rachel Evans
Rachel Evans has been chosen as the November Swanville Student of the Month for grades 10-12. She is the daughter of Paul and Carol Evans.  “I have known Rachel for several years and have had the wonderful opportunity of being Rachel’s science teacher as well as her volleyball coach,” states Char...

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