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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or out in the boonies with no road to get out, you’ve probably heard about all the unhealthy things in food being investigated over the past couple years. I say it’s about time those companies (and more should) get a surprise visit from food inspection...
The American Legion Auxiliary to Post 12 met on Monday, April 18 at 7 p.m. with president Marge Gadbaw calling the meeting to order with eight members present. Chaplin Lois Boyer read a prayer followed by a moment of silence for our fallen heros. The Pledge of Allegiance and Preamble to the...
Our Week in Review Another nice week and busy as usual.  Patty & Cheryl were up for the Sing-A-Long, Cenex donated pizza to go along with Bingo, Card Sharks was a hit, ladies from St. Mary’s were here for Bunco, the theme for Wheel of Fortune was movies from the 50’s and 60’s, the dietary staff...
Supper vs. Dinner... A big debate for some people. Geography plays a role and sometimes social status does as well. Some people attempting to appear higher in social status will use the word dinner more frequently and bring it to your attention that you are wrong to call it supper, as well. Is this...
The sun is shining and it is warming up!  We are ready for warm weather up here on the hill!!  The time flies when you are having fun and we keep busy having fun.  Susan and the crafting class made sun catchers, Tom P. came to play live music for the Birthday party and gave everyone that has an...
This month, and throughout the year, the Todd County Child Protection Team, together with the Todd County PEACE Council, encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making Todd County a safe place for children.  This is a time to celebrate the important role that communities play...
The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, April 4 at 7 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 read and approved.  De’s museum report:  • Phyllis...
On the news today, it was reported that an inflatable room was being attached to the International Space Station. There was also a report about problems with the so-called refugees in Europe. The reports got me thinking about how much things have changed, just in my lifetime. I don’t remember it of...
“Main Street” looking East from about the intersection of Central Ave and 2nd St. South -- about 1875.
The time was 1881-82. At that time, as seen in this photo, Osakis street (Central) was not as level as it is today. It was quite a rolling street, with the highest point being about where the entrance to the Todd Co Historical Society is now. On the south side of Central Ave at that point, there...
The last few years we have seen exceptional rain events dropping several inches of rain. This usually happens at a critical time when our soils are not protected during the spring planting season, resulting in washouts and gullies in the field.  These are potentially dangerous and unproductive...

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