A simple Saturday morning for 10 women who worked behind their sewing machines, chatting and sipping coffee, made a big difference in the lives of teen and preteen girls in Haiti. Imagine for a moment what life would look like for a girl living in a third-world country without feminine hygiene suppl...Read More
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As the debate in Congress over America’s ongoing military role in the Middle East intensifies, one thing remains clear. We must avoid repeating past mistakes and miscalculations that have cost our nation so much blood and treasure. Further inserting ourselves into a thousand-year-old sectarian con...Read More
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The Milaca schools takes bullying prevention efforts seriously. On Jan. 21, 2014, both the elementary and secondary schools implemented the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. The goal of the program is to improve peer relations and make schools safer places for students to learn and develop. Since ...Read More
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Friday was a challenging day for members of the Milaca Wolves wrestling team. The team sent seven wrestlers to the Class AA individual wrestling tournament and all lost on the opening day of the tournament. Two of the seven wrestlers remain alive seeking the third-place title Saturday. Dru Kuchenbak...Read More
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In our communities, there is a silent, incurable disease called Alzheimer’s that gradually destroys a person’s ability to remember, learn and do simple tasks. In Minnesota, it’s estimated that 88,000 people 65 years and older have this incurable disease, according to Act on Alzheimer’s, and ...Read More
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Sno Dayz king and queen Sno Dayz came to an end at Milaca High School on Saturday, Feb. 21 with the annual dance and crowning of the Sno Dayz king and queen. Taylor Ash was named Sno Dayz king and Bailey Whittemore was crowned Sno Dayz queen....Read More
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