Hein Bloem and Matt Schutte recently presented the preliminary findings of a University of Minnesota supported study of sustainable tourism in Houston. Their often entertaining presentation was one of five at a statewide meeting of the Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships (RSDP), which sponsored the project. The Sustainable Tourism Assessment for Small Communities selected five communities [...]

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By Angela Denstad Stigeler What truly makes a dinner special is a special dinner roll. So this Thanksgiving, don’t let your rolls be an afterthought. With these wonderfully soft and buttery little breads at the table, you’ll surely be graced by thanks all around. What’s better still is that these rolled rolls look extra fancy, [...]

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The following non-confidential traffic and criminal cases were  compiled from reports released from the court administrator’s office Nov. 6 to Nov. 13, 2014. Ages are given at time of offense. DEPT. NATURAL RESOURCES Keith John Peterson, 66, Winona, Minn., personal flotation or livesaving devices required, fined $100. MINN. STATE PATROL Devin Michael Decker, 18, St. [...]

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By Daniel E. McGonigle General Manager The Caledonia Argus Take nothing away from the BOLD Warriors; they are moving on to the state championship game after defeating Caledonia, 21-0 on a snowy field in Eden Praire on Saturday, November 15. This version of the Warriors avenged a loss at the hands of the Caledonia Warriors [...]

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Congratulations again, to Alison Goergen and Trece Frank for All State nomination, when you are nominated to All State this means you are one of the top ten soccer players in the section. Trece Frank Trece Frank, senior forward earned All Conference and nominated to All State.   Trece  was our leading scorer with eleven [...]

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