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Articles from the September 12, 2013 edition

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Post-flood frustrations mount

Former Willow River Mayor Troy Janke recalled how he still didn’t grasp the seriousness of last year’s flood in the earliest stages of the disaster. Janke and his wife, Lainie, shared their tale o...

 

School board fine tunes goals

The Moose Lake School Board met in a working meeting on Monday, September 9, to fine tune its strategic goals. The board had met with Sandy Gundlach of the Minnesota School Board Association in August...

 

Regional visitor's center in the works

People make up our government, real people with conviction to activate, not just talk. However, they like to talk, too. That’s what makes meetings like the Regional Visitor’s Center’s first meeting, held Monday, September 9 at 5 p.m. in the...

 

Autumn Winds tour well attended

Vivian Larson has a lifetime of experience in the arts, but she is still open to learning. “I work in water colors because it provides a challenge,” said Larson. “With each painting I get...

 

Harvestfest fun

Cromwell Harvestfest, held this last weekend, is fun for all ages....

 

Doc's ribs win again

RIBS 1st – Doc’s 2nd – Famous Dave’s 3rd – Dickeys Pulled Pork 1st – Famous Dave’s 2nd – Dickey’s 3rd – Doc’s Wings 1st – Doc’s 2nd – Famous Dave’s Brisket 1st –...

 

We can't just sit by and do nothing

When it comes to world affairs, inevitably my wife and I are in agreement politically, morally and ethically. When Assad gassed his own people, we had differing reactions. Like most Americans, my...

 
 By Al Rose    Sports    September 12, 2013

Rebels sweep Hinckley-Finlayson, defeat Proctor in five games

The Moose Lake-Willow River Rebels swept the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars in three games in the season opener. Adri Jusczak led the way with seven kills and Haley Johnson had eight digs. After leading...

 

Bombers continue to soar

The Barnum Bombers were again on the road, this time taking the drive to East Central to take on the Eagles. The game began with the Eagles receiving the ball on their own 26 yard line. The Eagles...

 

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