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The free show features work by 27 west central Minnesota artists, including Jerry Mevissen’s “When the Work Is Done,” Dawn Rossbach’s “It Just Never Stops,” and Laura Grisamore’s “Asclepias Incarnata/Swamp Milkweed.”
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Popular Lund boats made in New York Mills factory will be common on Minnesota lakes on fishing opener Saturday, May 14.
Multi-disciplinary, mixed-media artist Kandace Creel Falcón explores the role of Latinx foodways in rural communities.
In fall 2020, Leona Cichy opened Roots and Wings Wildlings Forest School on her 40-acre property in New York Mills. This eight-week program started off small, then, by the end of it, there were 14 kids on the waiting list.
At 1:51 a.m. Wednesday, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway notified the sheriff’s office that a westbound train had struck a pedestrian just west of the Highway 106 intersection.
Dan Tschida of Minneapolis, who argued that it's more important to play by the rules, received first place in the annual Great American Think-Off in New York Mills after debating with AJ Gil of Atlanta in the final round.

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This year, the four finalists received a prize $500 will debate the topic: "Which is more important: to win or to play by the rules?” on Saturday, June 12, at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center.
According to the Minnesota Department of Health's vaccine dashboard, over 14,000 out of 47,000 people who are eligible to get the shot are fully vaccinated.
Polio once ravaged the world. One survivor still has a visible reminder of the disease.

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