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By Daniel E. McGonigle General Manager The Caledonia Argus Carsen Coffield knew he could help make a difference. Coffield, the son of Mark and Linda of Caledonia, wanted to help raise money for the food shelf and he did so, to the tune of $276. “About a month ago the school was talking about doing [...]

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By Kelley Stanage,  Caledonia Argus The city of Houston will be building an archery range, thanks to a $5,000 grant from the DNR. The grant, along with donations and a match from the city, will allow them to complete the 6.5-acre range in South Park by June 30, 2015 for a total of $12,000. The [...]

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By Daniel E. McGonigle General Manager The Caledonia Argus KLM Engineering out of Lake Elmo submitted a proposal to inspect the 300,000 gallon elevated water tower located in Caledonia. KLM proposes to perform a detailed inspection of the existing conditions of the tower. The company would then submit a report and will break down in [...]

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By Daniel E. McGonigle General Manager The Caledonia Argus Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Bill Kuisle and State Representative GreG Davids (R) were in Caledonia on Monday, October 20. “We’re going to the cafe’s and buisnesses meeting people, shaking some hands and finding out what is on the voter’s mind,” said Kuisle. As the November [...]

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By Joy Powell  Star Tribune The great Halloween Blizzard of 1991 paralyzed the Twin Cities, but that wasn’t going to stop Dr. Tom Norris from seeing his patients. At his St. Paul home, he donned his big old blue parka, prompting his wife to ask where he was going. “They can’t get anyone to come [...]

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