• Advertisers – Set 1

    • Breitenfeldt Group
  • Advertisers - Set 2

    • Valley Sales of Hutchinson
  • Advertisers - Set 3

    • Bugaboo Bay
  • Chasing trains, history+

    New Ulm man’s passion for photography and locomotives dates back to his childhood The definition of a life-long hobby is doing something you enjoy. Personal...

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    Helping more get hooked+

    Ice fishing has changed over the years, and as popular as ever Minnesota winters get a bad rap, but for those who love the...

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    A Blonde’s Perspective: Case of the missing ring…solved+

    Another blonde blunder has been added to my ever-growing list. Rings have been a fashion statement for me for over 40 years. During the...

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    Community comes together, opens library+

    It all started in 2006, according to Terry Mooney.  That was when Terry’s mother-in-law, Helen Mooney, decided to talk with the editor of The...

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    The man behind the famous ‘Act’+

    The Andrew Volstead house, now over 150 years old, still stands in the center of Granite Falls. The front porch faces east,...

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    Marshall artist discovered talents as teenager in Iran+

    Abstract transitionalist, Sima Amid Wewetzer, of Marshall, received her first art award at the tender age of 13 while she was living in...

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    Volunteerism has no age limit+

    Wheaton woman continues to stay as active as ever in her community at age 91 There’s nothing retiring about Doris L. Rixe’s retirement years. The 91-year-old...

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    Something for everyone at Old No. 1+

    The family friendly eating establishment, Old No. 1 Bar and Grill in Morris, features one of the largest menus in the area with...

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    Boomer’s Journal: Beat, mash, crush, pulverize+

    As I reached for my egg beater the other day it suddenly dawned on me. Most of my kitchen gadgets allow me to relieve...

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    A fort built for safety, but never needed+

    It was built with the best of intentions, but Fort Juelson saw little, if any, use. The sod structure, constructed by Otter Tail County settlers...

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    Coming full circle+

    Sue Stine, of rural Browerville, just might have a record in the number of years she has been a volunteer. From Indianapolis, to far...

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