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  • A Magical Medora Christmas returns+

    The magic of Christmas, Medora come together for special area performances A Magical Medora Christmas thrilled audiences last year at selected locations in...

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    Aerial Warfare+

    Tracy man was pilot for 35 missions in WWII Being an impressionable young man about to serve his country in World War II, Dick Donaldson...

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    Behind the scenes of the Vietnam War+

    When I was growing up on a farm near Evansville, I heard stories from three of my uncles about being in WWII. The military...

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    ‘It feels so much like home’+

    Garden House help individuals, and their families, live (well) with memory loss Deb Nessett cooks a meal with her father and Garden House resident,...

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    WWII vet ‘very proud to serve’+

    Kenneth Gausman, of Cokato, served in the U.S. Navy during WWII and is one of about 558,000 soldiers from that war still with us...

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    I love this town+

    Glotzbah has passion for promoting hometown, heritage George Glotzbachwears his Bavarian vest and hat as he proudly holds the German-American Friendship Award given...

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    Help is on the way+

    Farm Rescue brings relief to farmers in desperate need Nic Hendrickx of Elizabeth often works in the background of many Farm Rescue operations, but...

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    One-man band+

    If Ron Larsen were to introduce the three men playing instruments in his band for a group of senior citizens, it would have to...

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    The ‘Forgotten War’ he will never forget+

    Nearly 65 years after 36,914 young U.S. soldiers would die while serving their country fighting in the Korean War from 1950-1953, the often called...

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    A life shaped by dust bowl, Depression and WWII+

    For many years, World War II veterans didn’t talk about the war. You might have heard a few stories at the American Legion Club...

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    Building a strong reputation since 1980+

    Ellingson offers quality products and services, ‘same great rate 8 to 8,’ and 24/7 response Eric Schuler, service plumber at Ellingson, replaces a power vent...

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    Time Passages: Doughboy statue proudly stands at New Ulm cemetery+

    While the purpose of some Civil War military statues in several southern states has caused controversies in recent months, there is one statue from...

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    Foster grandparent: ‘Helping the kids feels good’+

    Grandma Helen Bartle answered an ad in her local newspaper in 1997 and became a foster grandparent, working with countless students to develop their...

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    Raising, consuming garlic in Minnesota a growing trend+

    Chris Kudna of St. Cloud with a handful of harvested garlic. Contributed photo Luke Ahrndt of Litchfield has always loved garlic, ever since he...

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    History, function of Morrison Co. dams+

    On warm summer evenings in Morrison County people are often drawn to the Mississippi River and its dams.  Early stages of the dam...

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    A baseball life+

    New Ulm man wore multiple hats working for the Milwaukee Braves in the 1950s Ask any fan of major league baseball and they’ll probably...

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