Sam Schaust Murphy News Service Minnesota is on track to join the ranks of four other states in memorializing those who lost their lives in the Vietnam War. The Faces Never Forgotten campaign began as a Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund project and has gained traction with Americans nationwide. The cam...Read More
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For five hours on Saturday, March 14, I was mesmerized. Students taught me about a range of history subjects as I helped judge websites they produced for Minnesota History Day. Both research and experience show that what some people call “project-based learning” is a winning approach. Minnesota ...Read More
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  Roberts Family Funeral Home in Forest Lake is now offering a service that will help families protect their future generations. The funeral home has partnered with DNA Memorial, a DNA services company that has developed proprietary method of extracting DNA from a non-invasive cheek swab or hai...Read More
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Swedish classes will be held at the Gammelgården Museum in Scandia for six weeks beginning April 13 and running through May 18. The classes will be taught by native Swedish speaker Signe Fluegel. Classes will have strong focus on grammar and reading comprehension, conversation skills, and will also...Read More
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Sixty-eight-year-old Allen Zderdad began having troubles with his vision when he was in his teen years. He was diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease known as retinitis pigmentosa. Although his eyesight continued to deteriorate, he was able to finish college with degrees in mathematics and chemis...Read More
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Malia Kustrich, Hailey Harrington, and Landon Zerwas spent some time on March 22 with the Easter bunny at the Forest Lake American Legion. The bunny will make a return appearance on March 29 at the Easter egg hunt at Lakeside Park....Read More
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Letters will be accepted for the Open Forum for publication in the next available issue after receipt. Letters may be sent to Forest Lake Times, 146 N. Lake St., Suite 125, Forest Lake, or by e-mail to [email protected] Letters should not exceed 250 words and must be signed w...Read More
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