By Kelley Stanage The Caledonia Argus For the fourth year in a row, Houston Elementary School has once again earned the highest performance status available from the Minnesota Department of Education, the “reward” school designation. Schools achieving reward status represent the top 15 percent of Minnesota’s Title I schools, as measured by the Multiple Measurement [...]

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By Daniel E. McGonigle General Manager The Caledonia Argus It was a nail-biter for the better part of three quarters. With the Warriors clinging to a one-possession lead against their rival, Chatfield, there was some apprehension on the sidelines. Chatfield can turn it on at any time and a six point lead was iffy. But [...]

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By Daniel E. McGonigle General Manager The Caledonia Argus The Caledonia Warrior football team kicked off post season play with a 49-8 win over the visiting Hayfield Vikings on Tuesday, October 21. The Vikings had to feel better about themselves the second time around with Caledonia as the first time these two teams met the [...]

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By Diana Hammell The Caledonia Argus Caledonia 3, Lake City 0 Caledonia hosted the Subsection 1 AA quarterfinals on Thursday, October 23, defeating Lake City in three games with scores of 25-21, 25-23 and 25-15. “Lake City has middle attackers that are very strong and it was a good test for our defense to see [...]

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By Angela Denstad Stigeler If you’re looking to scare up a little fun this Halloween, you may consider recruiting a little unscripted assistance from some freewheeling phantoms in the form of meringue. Composed of little more than egg whites and sugar, these ethereal meringue ghosts present a ghastly aspect when perched atop devil’s food, or [...]

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