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Third grade Milaca Elementary students from Kara Barry’s classroom celebrated Earth Day on April 22 by making bracelets. Each colored bead represented an element; Blue for water; Clear for air; Brown for soil; Green for plants; Red for animals; Pink, purple or light blue represented the student; B...Read More
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SPIRE Credit Union, which has a branch office in Milaca, has been named the top rated credit union in Minnesota and 15th nationally by SNL Financial, a leading provider of financial information on more than 6,500 public companies and 50,000 private companies in the business sector ranked the best-pe...Read More
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The school  board has approved a three-year contract with Tim Truebenbach as the new superintendent of Milaca Schools. The contract is effective July 1. Truebenbach is coming to Milaca from the Cambridge-Isanti School District where he served in a variety of capacities and brings a broad base of sk...Read More
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Five students from the Milaca High School Gay Straight Alliance student group introduced themselves to the board during public forum. The students were Chase French, Kim Shipman, Spencer Busch, Ashley Cope and Leif Larson. The goal of the GSA is to create a safer school and community. The members re...Read More
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25 Years Ago Thurs, May 2, 1990 • A Big Attraction – Milaca Police Chief Dennis Johnson had a lot to smile about at Sunday’s Expo IV when his booth promoted the Hooked on Fishing and DARE anti-drug programs drew a large response from the crowd. Hooked on Fishing is geared to elementary stu...Read More
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Hershel, an orange cat, was found injured last winter in Ogilvie. He had likely been hit by a car, leaving his back right leg and tail shattered and decaying. With the help of a few cat-loving people in the community, Hershel was given a second chance at survival. The cat was found in the backyard [...Read More
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