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By Emily Bialkowski Caledonia Argus   If this winter has given people anything, it’s the chance to curl up with a blanket and good book. The Houston County Historical Society will help replenish area residents’ dwindling reading selections with its annual book sale March 15 and 16. With years of experience under their belts, Historical […]

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Keith Anderson Director of News You may not know or care much about public notices, but you should. They are the legally required notices in newspapers and websites that identify government budget proposals, financial statements, minutes of meetings of the governing body, new ordinances and public hearing notices, some of which may result in a […]

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By Brady Ambrose Caledonia Argus   The Caledonia boys basketball team will be making their first trip to the MSHSL state tournament since 1997 this week. The way they advanced to the Class AA quarterfinals this Wednesday night was a little different than the path they had taken so far on their tournament run. In […]

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The Caledonia Lions Literacy Project continues to gain momentum and is currently  providing tutoring services to students in the area. In addition, the Lions  have made another school supply donation; this time, to the parochial schools St. John’s and St. Mary’s. A donation was made to the public school in September. Through this project, the […]

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By Brady Ambrose Caledonia Argus   The future of the Caledonia/Houston/Spring Grove wrestling team appears to be in good hands after freshman Alex Goergen and sophomore Blake Mauss finished third and fifth, respectively, in their weight classes at the 2013 MSHSL individual tournament over the weekend at the Xcel Energy Center. Goergen beat senior Tyler […]

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