Monthly Archives: March 2004

Nationally acclaimed speaker to visit area schools

Reggie Dabbs, voted number one youth speaker by the National Educators Association, and who has spoken to over 300,000 people last year, will be visiting students in Little Falls and Royalton this week.When addressing a school assembly, Dabbs speaks in … Continue reading

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LF sends top runners to Husky Classic indoor meet

The Little Falls Flyers boys and girls track teams opened their 2004 season at the Husky Classic, March 27.The first of two indoor meets in as many weeks offered strong finishes by both teams on the Saint Cloud State University … Continue reading

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Bulldog boys hold banquet

The Swanville Bulldogs boys basketball season drew to an official close March 29 as the team held its banquet at the Hub.The team recognized six seniors that guided the team to a 26-10 Prairie Conference record over the past three … Continue reading

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Patriots try to make it back-to-back conference titles

The defending Prairie Conference champion Upsala-Swanville Area Patriots look to repeat with much of the same talent that took them to the Section 5A final game in 2003.Their toughest conference foe looks to be Royalton as they also return many … Continue reading

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Royals primed to better ‘03 campaign

(Pictured are Royalton teammates Andrew Gurbada (left) and Pete Gleisner as they practice their hitting into the new batting cage. Royalton Head Coach Rusty Gwost tossed batting practice during a recent afternoon workout. (040404-royBPbat) Staff photo by Jason Olson)This team … Continue reading

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Royals primed to better ‘03 campaign

The 2004 edition of the Royalton Royals boys baseball team will look similar to the 2003 team minus the services of Mike Wenner, Nick Petron and staff ace Brian Hanson, all who graduated in 2003. But don’t tell Head Coach … Continue reading

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Pioneer freshman boys win MSF State Tourney

The Pierz ninth grade boys basketball team recently won the Minnesota Sports Federation State Tournament, March 6-7 in St. Paul. Team members include, front, Tom Preimesberger, Trace Swanson and Alex Hebler. Back row, Coach Dan Saehr, Scott Herold, Cody Happke, … Continue reading

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Area golf teams eager to hit the real links

The Little Falls golf teams might be playing their final rounds due to anticipated budget cuts for the 2004-05 school year, but don’t tell that to Boys Head Coach John Filippi as he returns five letter winners for the 2004 … Continue reading

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First application made for city’s JOBZ Business Subsidy program

The Little Falls City Council has received its first request for use of the JOBZ (Job Opportunity Building Zones) Business Subsidy program. Recently approved by the state to stimulate business in Greater Minnesota, JOBZ allows new or expanding businesses to … Continue reading

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Nationally acclaimed speaker to visit area schools

Reggie Dabbs, voted number one youth speaker by the National Educators Association, and who spoke to over 300,000 people last year, will be visiting students in Little Falls and Royalton this week.When addressing a school assembly, Dabbs speaks in a … Continue reading

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