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  • Mabel-Canton cheerleaders find success at summer cheerleading camp
    The Mabel-Canton varsity cheerleading squad recently attended a summer camp at Winona State University. The trip was made possible with support from the community and everyone who drops cans in the squad’s can cage. The girls also received a $1,000 check from Al the Can contest for recycling cans in the state of Minnesota. 
  • Lion alumni trio ‘tackles’ college at Luther
    Spring Grove alumni had big roles on Luther College sports teams in the 2015-16 school year. Five of last year’s nine ex-Lion collegians were in Norse uniforms at Decorah, Iowa, - three playing defense on the gridiron.
  • Summer Rec baseball teams excel in tournament play
    The 10 and Under boys baseball team had a very exciting season. They went 10-1 in the regular season on their way to another division title. They went 3-0 in the league tournament, winning the championship. 
  • School yourself to see a ‘new’ outdoors
    With summer around the corner (at least I figure we’re all pretty much thinking that right here and now – and impatiently drumming our fingers), maybe this is the year you’d like to learn a new skill or try a new activity. One of the easiest ways to do that is with the “I Can!” program offered by the Minnesota DNR (Department of Natural Resources).
  • Summer sports ending, high school athletics set to begin
    Sounds like all the fall sports teams in the area have all gotten off to a good start. I’ve taken a few team pictures and those coaches I’ve talked to are all really fired up.
  • Stridulation produces unique kind of music
    A brown thrasher moved across the lawn like a tiny velociraptor.
Broadband internet

Getting broadband internet to rural Minnesota is gaining momentum. Is broadband as essential as electricity and running water, thus requiring more government support to make it feasible in sparsely populated areas?


 

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