DNR – Wildlife managers remind homeowners who live near bear habitat to be bear-aware and check their property for food sources that could attract bears this spring. Bears usually begin emerging from their dens in late March and early April. Allowing bears to forage for food in a yard can pres...Read More
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The Milaca senior girls took first place in a 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Saturday, March 28 in Pierz. The team, pictured left to right, consisted of Alex Ploeger, Ashley Cassens, Tara Dusharm, and Makayla Paggen. Dusharm, who plays for Foley High School, joined the Milaca girls for the tourney....Read More
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There are now 57,479 students in Minnesota who are benefitting from all-day, every day kindergarten initiative that was implemented in 2013. Governor Mark Dayton led the charge for the major investment of $134 million he and the Minnesota legislature made. Milaca Elementary first began offering free...Read More
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The Milaca High School varsity speech team earned second place team honors Monday, March 30 at sub-sections in Royalton, sending 12 members to the section speech meet Saturday, April 11 in Ogilvie. Advancing are champions Aurora Binsfeld and Olivia Blue- Larson, second-place  winner Bailey Whittemo...Read More
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Gone fishin’. That’s where Milaca residents will be from 4-8 p.m. on the night of April 11 when the Rum River Community Foundation hosts its inagural Indoor Fishing Tournament at the Phoenix Ballroom. Now don’t go thinking you need a fishing license – or any fishing skills at all. “Thi...Read More
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Kennel license The board approved a kennel license for William and Annis Prince, of 14134 110th St., Foreston, with five conditions. They are that the license is for 11 dogs over six months of age; the license is valid until Dec. 31, 2015; the license holder must provide a $1,100 letter of credit fo...Read More
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A Pease Café afternoon regular finished up his lunch with the fellows. Dale Siemers, 82, has lived in Milaca for 64 years. “Milaca was really wild back then. Had a lot of bars. Stayed open till 1, 2 in the morning. Now they have a lot of churches,” Siemers said. He and his brother started [...]...Read More
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