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In eastern Todd County, in central Minnesota, there are two stone bridges that cross the Turtle Creek as it meanders toward the Long Prairie River. Both bridges are recognized as historic and, as such, receive a degree of protection.

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South of Prior Lake, Minn. gardeners can find Queen Bee’z Lawn and Garden. A true throw-back to the garden center of yesteryear, Queen Bee’z is loaded with country charm.

While farmers are preparing to plant fields, bringing new piglets, calves, kids and lambs into the fold, it is a busy time for us at The Land as well.

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The museum just held its ninth annual Fish and Duck Decoy Day on March 5 and the National Fish Decoy Association is holding its extravaganza in Perham on April 23 and 24.

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Camp Algona was one of 155 Base Camps the government built around the country to house prisoners of war. 

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To say the Anderson Center at Tower View grew from a single kernel of grain would be simple; and it would only tell a fraction of the fascinating story of Alexander Anderson and the legacy he built in Red Wing, Minn.

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Todd County voters did vote to raise their own taxes. They wanted their iconic 130 year-old Court House saved and made useful.

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One spot had a glowing light and many sharp objects inside — just ready to be thrown. On the corner of Mill St. and Washington Ave., you’ll find the Bearded Axe Company.

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Richard Klein has been attending St. Nicholas parish, near unincorporated Belle River in Douglas County, Minnesota, for nearly a half century. He was young when he and his wife joined; but now he worries the large country church won’t have enough parishioners to keep operating in 10 years.