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The following are upcoming events brought to you by area Great River Regional libraries:   Murder, Money, and Mansion: Secrets of the Congdon Mansion with Joe Kimball What: Find out what the tour guides at Glensheen can’t or won’t tell you. Joe Kimball, author of “Secrets of the Congdon Mansion:...
The American Legion Auxiliary Post 12 met on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018 with President, Marge Gadbaw calling the meeting to order with 5 members present. Chaplain Darlene Bodle read a prayer followed by a moment of silence for our fallen heros. The Pledge of allegiance and Preamble to the Constitution...
The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, September 3 in the museum.   The meeting was called to order by President Gary Stracek with the Pledge of Allegiance. August minutes were read and approved.  The Treasurer’s Report was approved.   De’s Museum Report: • Our fairground building now...
We had the ninth annual Spelling Bee and first place went to Daniel G. and Delores B. got second place. We have some awesome spellers up here on the hill. The Apple Dessert Contest is right around the corner. Remember everyone is invited to enter their favorite Apple Dessert in our contest on...
The following are upcoming events brought to you by area Great River Regional libraries:   J2J: flute and cello concert What: J2J is a music group featuring flutist Julie Johnson and cellist Jacqueline Ultan. Their show includes a wide variety of music--classical, world, jazz, tangos, and even some...
National Preparedness Month, recognized each September, reminds us all that we must prepare ourselves for disasters of all types. Its origins began as a direct result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. Since then, the US government has encouraged...
What a busy place -- we always have something going on. The annual Spelling Bee and the Apple Dessert Contest are right around the corner. You are invited to enter your favorite Apple Dessert in our contest on Thursday, Sept. 27. Your entry needs to be here by 1 p.m. that day to get in on the...
Ah yes...Pepper. The world’s most commonly used spice (supposedly... well that’s what the internet said), Piper nigrum, starts life as berries in a clump on a flowering vine (like grapes). Unlike salt, which can be found or made practically anywhere in the world, black pepper is indigenous only to...
The kids are back to school and it is beginning to feel a lot like fall!  What a wonderful time of the year.  Hope everyone is able to get out and enjoy the nice weather before the snowballs fly! Mary and Sue were up to help with crafts, Cenex donated some pizza to go along with Bingo, we got...
Fall is the perfect time to plan for spring soil erosion prevention.  It seems in recent years we do not have the nice gentle .5 inch rains every week, instead we get the 3-4 inch “gully washer”.  There are things that can be done this fall to prevent or reduce the damage from these types of...

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