The following incidents were reported to the Milaca Police Department between April 27 to May 5. The report was compiled by Jeff Hage. Monday, April 27 12:37 p.m. Two stray dogs were impounded after being picked up in the area of Sixth Street and Central Ave. N. 1:13 p.m. A theft was reported on Fou...Read More
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25 Years Ago Thursday, May 9, 1990 • Candidate Forum Draws Small Crowd – About 20 people turned out Thursday night for the Milaca Board of Education candidate forum held at the high school and sponsored by the Save Our Schools (SOS) Committee. Candidates were introduced by Skip Peterson and ...Read More
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Four Ingredient Nutella Cookies 1 cup of flour 1/2 cup of sugar 1/2 cup of Nutella 2 eggs 1. This is super easy and fast. Mix all the ingredients together. 2. The batter will be thick and you’ll need to mix together thoroughly will take a moment because of the consistency of Nutella. 3. Grease [.....Read More
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Foster families play a critical and heroic role by providing support to children’s families while children are in foster care and after they return home. May is Child Foster Care Awareness Month. In Minnesota, we want to keep families together. Mille Lacs County Community and Veterans Services cur...Read More
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More than 6,000 people in Nepal, India, China, Bangladesh and Bhutan lost their lives on April 27 after the area suffered a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and avalanche. Many more people are still unaccounted for, injured and homeless. Milaca United Methodist Church responded by collecting donations that ...Read More
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In July 2012, Pattie Murphy and her partner Jan Rudd ventured out of their comfort zone and purchased a farm in Oak Park. Last spring, Murphy retired from her job as a postal service small business specialist in Minneapolis. Since then, the couple has been raising alpacas for fiber, making their own...Read More
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“This collaboration is a win-win-win for students,” according to Katie Halcrow, director of community-based learning at Inver Hills Community College in Inver Grove Heights. She’s referring to the college’s collaboration with area middle schools, including schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage,...Read More
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