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  On June 5, 2012, Heather Van Cleave’s father Dennis Gigstad had a stroke. Suddenly life changed. Van Cleave, her mother Carla Gigstad and sister Holly Schreiner all became family caregivers. “Caregiving either occurs all of a sudden like it did for my family, or it occurs gradually where ...Read More
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June is here! Summer will officially be arriving this month, and we’ll be kicking off the summer reading program at 10:30 a.m. on June 4. The summer reading program theme this year is “Read to the Rhythm,” so it’s all about music. It’s bound to be a good time, and you’re welcome to join ...Read More
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Q:  How fast can I drive before getting stopped? Is there a tolerance? A: The short answer is no. The reality is that there is no set allowance for speed by officers except the speed limit or to the conditions.  I have been asked that question more than most other questions.  Simply, State Patrol...Read More
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Milaca graduate Jacob Earl, 21, stopped by to visit a friend at Milaca Tanning after a long day at work in Fargo, crushing concrete for a company called Intex. Up until fourth grade, Earl attended Pease Christian School while living in Zimmerman. He began attending Milaca Schools when his family mov...Read More
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Taking on a chore that “seemed like nobody wanted,” Marine veteran Jim Seger answered the call to begin logging names of deceased veterans who have been laid to rest in Forest Hill Cemetery. Seger, with lots of help from his late wife, DeLores, recalled it was in 1977 when the couple first began...Read More
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The new 2015-16 Student Council Executive Board has been chosen at Milaca High School. Senior Lillie Herbst will serve as president by leading meetings, facilitating discussions, communicating with faculty and administration, as well as participating in Student Council-sponsored activities and event...Read More
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