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  • BrownCounty

    The length and quality of life in Brown County are above average according to the 2015 County Health Rankings recently released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. …

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    06 Apr 15
  • Tractor

    A new study by University of Wisconsin Madison shows that Minnesota converted more wetlands into farmland than any other state when crop prices spiked between 2008 and 2012. About 250,000 acres, or nearly 400 square …

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    06 Apr 15
  • SchoolStudents

    A federal government has approved a new benefit for Minnesota to help pay for intervention services for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The program is designed to help improve social interactions, communication and behavioral skills …

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    06 Apr 15
  • GaylordWaterTower

    The Gaylord Police Department will be adding another member. A motion to add another full-time officer was unanimously approved by the Gaylord City Council recently based on a proposal from Chief Tony Padilla. One of …

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    06 Apr 15
  • EasterEggs

    Many Minnesotans wonder just how a chicken’s egg became the symbol of one of Christianity’s most important holidays.  Ag department historical expert Ann Effland says the holiday actually started as a celebration of spring and …

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    05 Apr 15
  • FFA

    The Region Four Milk Quality and Products contest was held this week in Pipestone and the Sleepy Eye FFA team placed first in the competition.  All members of the team excelled.  Marisa Martinez earned first …

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    05 Apr 15
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    Area businesses are collecting used sports equipment to be distributed to local low income families.  Amber Schnurrer with Mike’s Collision and Repair thought of the idea and sought help from the United Way of Brown …

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    05 Apr 15
  • Roadwork

    The 2015 road construction season is about to get underway.  Kevin Gutknecht with the Minnesota Department of Transportation says work zones can be extremely dangerous for workers.  He has this message for drivers – pay …

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    05 Apr 15