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Todd County Health and Human Services will host Immunization clinics from 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00 on April 5th and April 25th as part of the local observance of National Infant Immunization Week April 16-23, 2016.  “During National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), we celebrate the success of...
Groundwater is the water beneath the land surface that fills the spaces in rock and sediment. It is replenished by precipitation. Groundwater occurs everywhere in Minnesota, but the availability of groundwater for water supplies vary throughout the state. Availability for larger withdrawals may be...
This building, on the northwest corner of Central and 3rd St, was built in 1882 by Henry Williams and is believed to be the oldest building on Central Ave. It was operated as Williams Saloon from 1882 to 1915. It was then a confectionery and ice cream parlor until 1934, and for many years a cafe...
Cooking and baking is simply love made visible. Think about foods that are visibly attractive and how they effect your thoughts. Since Easter is right around the corner, lets use Deviled Eggs as the attractive example. Their color addition to any table is a wonderful sight. There are literally...
Our Week in Review A fun, busy week at the Care Center. Mrs. Berkness and 16 students from St. Mary’s 2nd grade class were up for the Bubble gun contest-there were lots of bubbles everywhere and winners were Travis, Lupita and Kabien. We got together and talked about Easter traditions at Fireside...
I can’t believe it! The other day I received an anonymous letter, thanking me for writing the Towle Road. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t blame them for writing anonymously. Matter of fact, when I’m writing to myself, I even do it anonymously. This letter writer went way beyond what I generally do ...
The site of the Post Office property in Long Prairie has had many occupants. The site was occupied by Handy Bros. Hardware and Furniture in the 1890’s.  Later on various other businesses occupied the same location such as the Lyndon House, and Butler’s restaurant and hotel, which was located just...
Our Week in Review Another week closer to Spring-and lots of nice weather. Some of us have been able to get outside and enjoy. We had cake and ice cream to celebrate the March birthdays and enjoyed live music by Tony P., 2nd grade students from St. Mary’s were up for the annual bubble gum contest,...
Hand a kid a lemon and they’ll most likely give you a funny look, but hand a cook/chef/baker a lemon and you’ll get a reward that will dazzle your taste buds or at the very least, clean your counters tops. Right off the bat, let’s address how lemons are useful in cleaning. I clean with vinegar. It...
The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) helps pay home heating costs and furnace repairs for income-qualified households.  EAP  is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  Grants are available for renters or homeowners, with household income at or below 50 percent of...

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