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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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Jason Marudas, 43, was born in Milaca. When he was younger, he and his mother left the state to live in Palm Springs, California. There, life was busy and crowded. While attending Palm Springs High School, Marudas met Chantel, his high school sweetheart. After attending high school in the The Golden...Read More
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Two Milaca residents were left homeless after a series of fires destroyed their home on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 18, into Thursday, Feb. 19. Arla Johnson and her son Dwayne were at home when the fire was reported at their home at about 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18 at 320 10th St. NE. The Johnsons [...]...Read More
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After Sept. 11, 2011, the stock market crashed and there was  hardly a wallet in the United States that was not affected. Those who were living off stock investments quickly changed their habits, and some people who retired returned back to work. Although things are looking better, Thrivent Financi...Read More
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The Milaca Public Schools sent the wrestling team off to State in style on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 with a rousing pep fest featuring the Milaca High School Band. The wrestlers got the crowd of students from kindergarten all the way to grade 12 excited early by rushing out onto the gym floor and thr...Read More
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Once Upon a Reader is a Minnesota statewide one-book program designed for Pre-K children to promote early literacy skills and offer programming based on a book.  This year, communities in every region of Minnesota will be united through programming based on the book, Moo written by Minnesota author...Read More
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