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Vandalism spurs need for 'Neighborhood Watch'
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News Headlines:
Luck of the Irish
Tense time for Jerzak fans
Band performs at state
Bloodmobile coming to high school
It's on to national competition for winner Emily Clarke
Funds for food shelf
Backstrom joins the United Way
Comment on deer population goals
Rotary essay winners
Garage Sales are coming
Band and Choir get awards at contest
Annual Spring Fling set in Pipestone
Electrical work
Welcome Home Third Place Champs!
Trap Shooting sport approved for Minneota schools
Luft's death is still a mystery
CJ's closes
Sudden illness hospitalizes Muhl; Career ends
County board officially funds the Minneota, Tracy libraries
County to hold hearing on improvements
Several SW Minnesota streams, lakes polluted
Minneota Schools praised for solid graduation rate
Solar farm planned east of Marshall
Crowd into it
Ross on the run!
Four generations
St. Edward School Third Quarter Honor Roll
What's happening? Community calendar
Students
Confirmation
Police Blotter
Births
Married
‘Woodchuck’ influence helps Vikings
Austin DeVlaeminck had a bead on the ball in the opener on Tuesday. Staff Photo by Byron Higgin.   read story here...

Sports Headlines:
Muhl watches her team win title
The 3,000 points
Playing for Pride!
Fans sport 3,000 points banners
Trophy lift
Bringing home the bacon
Jerzak turns in great tourney
Taylor Reiss MVP; Coach of the Year in Camden
Camden Conference 2015 All-Conference Team
Minneota has two teams in Pacesetter playoffs
Thirteen wrestlers qualify for state
Leos, relays get wins at Redwood
New sport gets a boost
Muhl named first team NAIA All-American
Vikings finally slow the Mustang gallop
Blackjacks state champ golfer severs toe
Golf reaching new levels
On the Bench with Byron Higgin: Excitement reigned at the state tournament
Vikings 'hang on' to stay in the tournament
THIRD PLACE CHAMPS!
Early start for local golfers
Reiss among finalists for Miss Basketball