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Memorial Day services MAY 25 — The St. Michael American Legion Post 567 is hosting Memorial Day services in Albertville, St. Michael, Hanover and Greenfield. The schedule includes 8 a.m. services at St. Albert’s Church in Albertville, 9 a.m. service at St. Albert’s cemetery in Albertville, 9:3...Read More
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The Thousand Hearts Crow River Serve Day is set for Sunday, May 17, in the Rockford-Greenfield area. The event is a get together for community service projects — focusing on health, hunger and habitation. Whether it is doing spring clean up for an elderly neighbor lady, donating blood, making sand...Read More
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FYCC Bike Rodeo MAY 16 — The Family Youth Community Connections (FYCC) Bike Rodeo is Saturday, May 16, from 9 a.m. to noon at the St. Michael City Center, 11800 Town Center Drive. Free helmet, emergency vehicle tour, free bike tune up, radon kits, free lunch, free car seat safety check, bicycle pa...Read More
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Sen. David Osmek from Dist. 33 paid a visit to the Greenfield City Council Tuesday, May 5. Sen. Osmek dropped by to give some highlights of what he has been up to in the Senate and answered questions from the council and public. Osmek has served parts of Hennepin and Carver County, including Greenfi...Read More
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  BCO Anniversary MAY 9 —Buffalo Community Orchestra is celebrating its 20th anniversary Saturday, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Buffalo High School Performing Arts Center. Conductor’s chat at 6:30 p.m. featuring conductor Paul R. McShee. Featuring the premiere of Dancing on Emerald Starts by ...Read More
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by Theresa Malloy Contributing Writer The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency honored Greenfield’s operators of their wastewater treatment plants, and the Greenfield City Council thanked and recognized staff for this achievement. City Administrator Bonnie Ritter told council this award went out to ...Read More
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