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Wet win for cross-country girls
Cross-country runners got off to a wet start Thursday at the massive Stewartville Invitational, but the Lanesboro/Fillmore Central girls didn’t let a lot of rain prevent them from winning the meet. Underneath the umbrella, from left, are Leah Ruen, Ashley Minor, Bailey Ruen, Maddie Smith, Emily Snyder, Jaime Rein and Kiera Olson. KRISTI RUEN/BLUFF COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS
The Preston Lions celebrates 70 years as an organization influencing much of the community. Shown, from left, are Lions President Andy Bisek, Treasurer Glenn Dale and Secretary Ron Schreier. BRETTA GRABAU/NEWS LEADER
The Preston Lions celebrates 70 years as an organization influencing much of the community. Shown, from left, are Lions President Andy Bisek, Treasurer Glenn Dale and Secretary Ron Schreier. BRETTA GRABAU/NEWS LEADER
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014 12:09 PM

Over the past 70 years, the Preston Lions Club has been working to improve the quality of life in Preston and support those who live within the community. Through those years, the members may have changed, but the commitment to the city of Preston has not.

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