Photo Courtesy of the Long Prairie Chamber of Commerce
The Long Prairie area community celebrated its annual Prairie Days with days of fun and activities around and in downtown including the street fair and parade this past weekend.
The City of Long Prairie is still waiting to close the sale on land in the Southwest Industrial Park, now planned for a 61-unit apartment.
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Elementary School chimney is being torn down as it was no longer in use and was coming apart.
The Thunder got off to a great start with a 3-1 win over the Border West Buccaneers on Tuesday, June 4. LPGE 3 BW 1
Maria Buntjer took one last parting shot during her address to the graduating class of 2024 at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High School during the school’s commencement program May 24.
The Long Prairie Memorial Day Service was held at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High School. Flowers were placed at the Veterans Memorial in Upsala as part of the Memorial Day service there.
Photo Courtesy of the Long Prairie Chamber of Commerce
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Photo Courtesy of the Long Prairie Chamber of Commerce
The Long Prairie area community celebrated its annual Prairie Days with days of fun and activities around and in downtown including the street fair and parade this past weekend.
The Todd County Board of Commissioners declared a state of emergency on Tuesday, June 4 after area flooding damaged homes and businesses. Severe weather brought in several inches of rain on June 2nd and 3rd, including 5 ½ inches of rain in parts of Clarissa. Impacted roads were closed in the county...
The City of Long Prairie is still waiting to close the sale on land in the Southwest Industrial Park, now planned for a 61-unit apartment. On June 3, the Long Prairie City Council approved a resolution authorizing the city administrator and mayor “to execute the necessary documents relating to this...
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School District took precautionary measures on Friday, going into a soft lockdown. A notice to the school district patrons was sent on June 7, 2024 stating that on that day an individual entered the district office. “They became distraught and left the office. They...
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Elementary School chimney is being torn down as it was no longer in use and was coming apart.
The Minnesota State Patrol wants to curb the speeds of drivers on rural roads. A new Rural Speed Reduction Project is underway and has already tallied 1,246 speed stops in their first week. “Speeding increases not only the chance of being in a crash, but also increases the severity of the crash,”...
Lakewood Health System welcomes Travis Johnson, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) to its team of podiatry providers. Originally from Lake Mary, FL, Dr. Johnson received his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida. He obtained his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine at Des Moines...
Lakewood Health System welcomes Dr. Kayla Luhrs to its team of emergency medicine providers. Originally from Ketchikan, AK, Dr. Luhrs received her medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed her residency at Tacoma General Hospital She is a member of the...

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The Thunder got off to a great start with a 3-1 win over the Border West Buccaneers on Tuesday, June 4. LPGE 3 BW 1 Colton Park started the game for Long Prairie-Grey Eagle and recorded 18...

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