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The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. in the museum. The meeting was called to order with the Pledge of Allegiance. September minutes were read and approved. Treasurer’s Report was approved.  De’s Museum Report: • We served 231 people at the waffle breakfast. • To...
Surveying has been a science used to guide development since the beginning of recorded history.  Surveys were used to map out our state, counties, and individual properties as well as road and utility locations.  Advanced applications such as an “as built” survey documents and development features...
We are hoping for Indian Summer, some warmer weather and less rain.  During the past week we got together and decorated cupcakes to go along with coffee, Purchasing served Apple Bars at the Coffee Social, we watched the movie “Fly Away Home”, Casey’s donated some pizza to pass out at Bingo, Sue...
It’s potato season... The potato is one of the main food crops of the world. It is a tuber and made mostly of starch. Starch is a slow-release form of energy. Today the potato is the fifth most important crop worldwide, after wheat, corn, rice and sugar cane. The plant grows wild in the Andes of...
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:...
Soil contains the organic matter, structure, nutrients, water, and living organisms that create healthy crops or plants.  There are tools available to assist us in the pursuit of the healthiest soil possible. One of the oldest tools is a soil test.  One of the best times to get them taken are in...
Thanks to those that brought Apple Desserts. The winner was Hazel W. and second place went to Barb S., Cheryl H. got third place, and Misty L. got honorable mention. Ginger cookies were sent to go along with Fall Reminiscence, Rona was up for Bible Study, Melinda and the bakers made some apple...
Protect yourself and your family this season with an annual flu vaccine for everyone in your family who is six months of age and older. While the timing of flu season is unpredictable, seasonal flu activity can begin as early as October and last as late as May. CDC recommends that people get...
Well fall is definitely in the air and the days are noticeably shorter.  Strawberry pie was served at Resident Council, Father Dockendorf and Delores were up to entertain, everyone was treated to apple crisp and cool whip to go along with the apple dessert contest (thanks to those that brought...
Turmeric is a plant that has a very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years. In Southeast Asia, turmeric is used not only as a principal spice but also as a component in religious ceremonies. Because of its brilliant yellow color, turmeric is also known as “Indian saffron.”...

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