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The Todd County Planning and Zoning Ordinances are the “rules” by which development and land uses are designated.  The purpose of the ordinance is for the promotion of public health, safety, and welfare. All land within the county, outside municipalities, has a zoning designation.  Agriculture and...
The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, May 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the museum.   The meeting was called to order by President Gary Stracek with the Pledge of Allegiance. The Secretary’s report was read and approved.  The Treasurer’s Report was approved. De’s Museum Report: • Thank you to...
The following are upcoming events brought to you by area Great River Regional libraries:   Babysitting Basics Class What: Jessica Simmons, American Red Cross trainer, will offer a babysitting course. Where: Grey Eagle When: June 2, 9 a.m.   Ralph’s World with Ralph Covert! What: Ralph Covert of...
May is designated as Mental Health Month, and has been observed as such since 1949. Mental Health America’s theme year is Fitness #4Mind4Body, which highlights the importance of physical and mental health. More information about their campaign, along with daily tips and challenges, can be found at...
Wow, the leaves are popping, the farmers are in the fields, and the grass has been mowed several times already. It is so nice and we have been able to get outside and get some sunshine. I just wanted to let you know that there will not be Leader news next week. This past week Tony was up to play...
I returned from Vietnam at the end of August, 1965. I had long since learned not to be sure, or even really hopeful, that what was on my itinerary for the next day would actually come to pass. Even after safely arriving in California, I had no idea how long it would take the Army to process my...
Since spring weather had taken so long to get here, I was concerned about the welfare of the discussion group, myself and the three Chipmunks. I was worried that they might have trouble sleeping for an extra month, or that they had eaten enough late last fall to carry them over until this spring....
A piece of dry, uncooked spaghetti works like a long lighter/fire starter when lit. Use a salad spinner to remove canned fruit from it’s juice. Gingerroot is easier to peel and grate if frozen. When canning or freezing, an electric knife makes removing corn from the fresh cob much easier and faster...
The sun is shining and I think Summer is right around the corner!!! Oh yes we are so looking forward to getting outside more!  At the Coffee party on Saturday we learned all about Lemons and enjoyed lemon donut holes and coffee,  the crafters got together to start some plants, Cline Connection was...
One of the two city parks originally platted in Long Prairie was Lee Park (as seen in this photo looking southwest across Central Ave) named after pioneer resident William Lee who donated the land for a park.  This landmark of the village was elevated from 4-10 feet above street level, extending...

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