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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...
The 2015-2016 Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Secondary School first quarter honor roll is as follows: Grade 12 A: Kayla Bense, Katrina Blommel, Angelica Botello, Jadon Buntjer, Whitney Eckel, Austin Evenson, Ariana Gamradt, Luke Gustafson, Mitchell Middendorf, Nicholas Middendorf, Linda Miller, Rudra...
The LPGE choir practices for its concert Dec. 21.
The students at LPGE have been practicing the last couple of months in preparation for their winter choir concerts which will be hosted on Monday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. All choirs in grades 7-12 which includes the junior choir, concert choir, girls ensemble, and chamber singers will be performing....
The Todd Soil and Water Conservation District hosted an open house on Dec. 2 to give area producers information about the Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program (MAWQCP). The MAWQCP is a voluntary opportunity for farmers and agricultural landowners to take the lead in...
The third graders from the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Elementary School recently completed their service learning project by tracking donations, shopping for groceries and donating food.
There is always, always, always something to be thankful for.  The third grade students at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Elementary School are thankful that they were able to bring $848 worth of food, which came up to 700 pounds of food, to the local Long Prairie Food Pantry.    For the month of...
From left to right:  Erin Blanchard, Jasmin Botello, Katie Pachan, and Emily Berscheit work on placing stickers on bags to be used at local liquor stores.
In the month of November, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle’s alcohol and drug-free youth group engaged in several activities that focused on building leadership and reaching out to the community.   On November 5-6, eight members of the group attended Youth Leadership Academy at The Lodge in Baxter, MN.  At...
Change may be inevitable. For the area’s thrift stores known as Thread Sheds, changes include spiffed up and de-cluttered floor space and a new name. What has been known for decades as the Development Achievement Center (DAC) in Browerville is under new management and a new name, which bring along...
This year’s 4-H graduates from left: Ashley Crider, Ariana Bartels, Dalton Drayna, and Jocelyn Hinnenkamp. Not pictured: Heather Becker, Candra Gould, and Heather Kunerth.
The 2015 Todd County 4-H Achievement Program was held Saturday evening,    November 21, at the Browerville Community Center.  More than 175 area organizations, businesses and individuals sponsored numerous awards to deserving 4-H’ers and their leaders. The West Union Country Kids 4-H Club was...
Students get to see and feel the texture of wet distillers grain.
Twenty-five high school students toured the Chippewa Valley Ethanol Company (CVEC) ethanol plant in Benson recently to gain a better understanding of renewable fuel production. The students, from Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High School, toured the various processes of ethanol production at the 50...
The Friday after Thanksgiving won’t be so black around Long Prairie.  Organizers are gearing up for another Bright Friday Night in Long Prairie on Nov. 27.  The festivities will begin that day with a free matinee movie and popcorn at the Long Prairie Library starting at 2:30 p.m.  Hemker’s Petting...

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