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River Market Community Co-op donated $2,068 to nonprofit “Our Community Kitchen” from contributions by shoppers by rounding up purchases at the registers in December and January.

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Hudson area businesses are invited to participate in the 17th annual Spring Showcase Business Expo sponsored by the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau. Last year, more than 80 local businesses met with hundreds of attendees who live, work, shop and do business in the local area.

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Adams Publishing Group announced Dec. 3 they have purchased the assets of the Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership from W.D. Hoard & Sons Company. The Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership publish 13…

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Due to advancements in surgical technology, treatment for cataracts that inhibit vision are now a routine procedure where most patients can go home shortly after the surgery is over. With insurance coverage, most patients are treated before vision problems become life altering. For those wit…

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The Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce celebrated Zephyr Theatre’s new building purchase with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 2. The event took place in the new theatre which was the historic Zephyr Depot in downtown Stillwater. The Ribbon Cutting drew a sizeable audience made up of lo…

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When Janelle Haskins saw a cosmetology school tabling at her high school cafeteria in ninth grade, she immediately knew that’s what she wanted to do.

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Rana Kraftson won the 38th annual graduation car giveaway from Stillwater Motors at the Stillwater Area High School senior class party. The giveaway provided her with $5,000 to use toward his choice of new or used vehicle.

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Standing in Andersen Cooperation’s Bayport factory May 24, CEO Jay Lund remarked that it was 105 years since the 115-year-old company came to its location in Bayport. Joined by fellow employees and local community leaders, the company looked forward to many more years as it celebrated the gr…

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Customers to the Stillwater Leeann Chin location May 1 found the doors closed and the lights off. The restaurant, formerly located at 1840 Market Dr. in Stillwater featured a notice on its door that the business had closed following a lease expiration.