The city of Waconia has begun to narrow down its street and utility infrastructure projects for 2020. At its last meeting Oct. 7, the city council authorized a feasibility study for a package of projects in the downtown, near the middle school and high school, and other parts of the city.
With a new name and progressing renovations, the Watertown-Mayer Community Learning Center(CLC) is also working hard on adding and improving their many classes. One of the staples has been Early Childhood Family Education(ECFE), designed to help parents be parents by bringing them into a com…
The Waconia volleyball team had a busy end to the regular season, playing eight games in 7 days before the start of the section tournament. Heading into the regular season finale against Holy Family Catholic Oct. 15, the Wildcats went 7-3 in the final 2 weeks.
The Waconia swimming and diving team celebrated senior night with a stellar performance, defeating Montevideo 96-78 while swimming the last three events exhibition against the section foe.
The Central cross country team traveled to the Ridges at Sand Creek Golf Course Oct. 8, competing in the Jordan invitational, with both the boys and girls squads placing eighth.
The city of Waconia has begun to narrow down its street and utility infrastructure projects …
With a new name and progressing renovations, the Watertown-Mayer Community Learning Center(C…
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by AL LOHMAN
After a decade in town, Norwood Young America’s Snap Fitness has received a bit of a make-over. With some new equipment, a new floor, and new classes coming, it’s a good time to check and see the work that’s been happening over the last two months.
Grocery shoppers might take for granted their filled grocery bag until the bread or a tomato gets crushed, the contents spill, or the bag splits. But the Minnesota Grocers Association (MGA) believes bagging is important enough that it holds an annual statewide Best Bagger Contest, and this y…
This editorial is the sixth in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.
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Minnesota, under Gov. Mark Dayton, initiated universal, all-day, public school kindergarten. The Adams-ECM Editorial Board endorsed that initiative as a wise investment. The former governor also proposed universal education for four-year-olds.