Test your home during Radon Awareness Month

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Test your home during Radon Awareness Month

How do you reduce your risk of lung cancer? Not smoking or being around second-hand smoke is an excellent start. What else can you do for you and your family to prevent lung cancer? You can check your home for radon. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers but often goes
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800-CEO-READ's 2017 Bestsellers

Thank you to everyone who helped bring 800-CEO-READ's 2017 Bestsellers to life.
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Courtland says farewell to seniors group

Helping to make the potato salad for local fish fry fundraising events has been one of the activities the Courtland Seniors Group have been well known for in recent years. The Courtland Seniors Group has decided to disband after years of service to the community and many years of having fun together.
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Golf Course

FREE WRITING. 0. We walked down to the golf course. We rolled down the hills together. We would pack a lunch. Never thinking, ​Of growing up. We would have so much fun. ​Run through the sprinkler. Dance in the sun. ​And whisper to each other, ​I am always here for you. We walked down to the
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White Bear Center for Arts marks major milestone

Sister Florentine Goulet, a music and piano teacher at St. Jude of the Lake Elementary School in Mahtomedi, noticed the many creative people living in … Other classes offered included sculpture, photography, film study, chamber music performing, modern dance, ballet, creative writing, poetry and play
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Another successful Shop with a Cop on the books

I would like to say thank you to the 55 business and individuals that contributed to Shop with a Cop. This year your donations led to another very successful year serving over 35 children in our area. We appreciate this overwhelming support in light of the difficult economic times. This year we again
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Earl Sweatshirt's Father, Poet And Activist Keorapetse Kgositsile, Has Died At 79

Kgotsitsile was a National poet laureate of South Africa, and achieved a long, esteemed career in activism and creative writing. He studied at numerous colleges in the United States and became a fixture in the New York poetry scene before heading back to his native South Africa. Kgotsitsile left Earl's
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Crandon Elementary students treated to Christmas popcorn party

Santa's helpers for the Elementary Students Christmas Party are 5th grade students L-R Conor Flannery, Mason Dewing, Mavrik Mayer, Sadie Bocek and Lauren Littleton. The Crandon Lions prepared 450 popcorn bags for the Crandon Elementary Christmas party on Friday, December 22. Crandon
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