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The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School Board did not take action on a proposal from the City of Long Prairie to add a school resource officer in partnership with the city. The City of Long Prairie was awarded a grant from the federal government to help pay for a school resource officer, however it...
Few things in this world have the power to assault our senses more than a flower does. First, it captures our gaze with its vibrant and lush appearance. Then, as we draw nearer for a closer look, it’s scent triggers yet another response that invades our brains. Some may equate it to the response...
On Tuesday, January 19th, 2021, the Todd County Board of Commissioners approved the Todd County Grant Relief Program for Small Businesses and Non-Profits. The Minnesota Legislature and Governor previously passed legislation authorizing funding to Minnesota counties to distribute relief grants to...
CentraCare is looking forward to the opportunity to vaccinate more people in our community and we are encouraged by the number of people who are interested in receiving the vaccines. We have received many questions about our role in administering vaccinations to the public. At this time, CentraCare...
The Browerville School Board recently held its annual  organizational meeting.  The board will not see any change in leadership this year as Bob Bryniarski will remain board chair, Marty Host will remain Clerk and Penny Benning will remain as Treasurer.  Other items The Browerville School Board...
The Quilting Group of St. Matthews/Immanuel Churches in Clarissa and Eagle Bend has gathered for years to make mission quilts for charitable organizations near and far.   Recently, quilters have been focusing on organizations closer to home. This past holiday season, the sewers diverted their...
 Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie S. Gildea issued a statewide order effective February 1, 2021 that limits in-person activity in courthouses for an additional 45 days and creates standing criteria to hold criminal jury trials during that time. “We are keeping the doors to justice open...
The Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) can help qualifying families pay for child care while they go to work, look for work or attend school. This program assists with child care costs for children ages 0 through 12, and for children with special needs through age 14. Eligibility is...
COVID couldn’t keep a good Christmas program down. Students from the St. Mary of Mt. Carmel School in Long Prairie found some creative ways to continue their annual Christmas program and live nativity. To continue with the program, individual grades sang their songs in front of the church while...
Bridgette Worlie, RN, MSN, and Regional Educator was the first front line employee to receive a COVID-19 vaccination at CentraCare -Long Prairie on Dec. 21.
CentraCare received its first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine today and has started vaccinating frontline workers as part of the effort to protect our most vulnerable who are exposed to the virus.  The first doses were given to hospitalists and ICU nurses who work in our COVID critical care...

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