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Wilmar Krueger

Wilmar F. (Bill) Krueger, age 79, of Beach Park Ill. passed away Monday, Dec. 19, 2011 at his home. He was born Feb. 3, 1932 in Caledonia, Minn. to Ervin and Mary (Stemper) Krueger. He married Charlotte Andrekus on March … Continue reading

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Father Francis P. Kunz

Father Francis P. Kunz, age 87, of Mankato, died on Saturday, Dec. 24th, 2011 at Oaklawn Health Care Center in Mankato. Mass of Christian burial will be held on Thursday, Dec. 29 at 11 a.m. at St. John the Baptist … Continue reading

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Eight local businesses pass compliance checks

Recent results from alcohol compliance checks conducted in Caledonia show that 8 of 10 alcohol retailers refused a sale to someone under the age of 21. Out of the 10 checks completed, 8 retailers passed. Checks were conducted with both … Continue reading

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Warrior girls beat L-A by 19 points, bury W-K 103-31

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor The Warrior girls basketball team improved their season record to 8-0 with two more Three Rivers Conference wins last week. The Warriors, who are ranked third in the Class AA state poll, topped a … Continue reading

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Warrior wrestlers gear up to defend Bi-State Classic title, stuck W-K 50-16 on Dec. 22

By Tom Murphy Caledonia Argus The Caledonia/Houston/Spring Grove wrestling team will return to defend its Bi-State Classic title on Thursday and Friday at the La Crosse Center. The Warriors’ Austin Goergen is back to defend his 285 pound title.  The … Continue reading

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Warriors win one, lose one in TRC hoops action

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor The Caledonia boys basketball team lost a heart-breaker to Lewiston-Altura 59-58 on Dec. 20 and then won big over Wabasha-Kellogg 91-62 Thursday night in Caledonia. L-A 59, Warriors 58 Turnovers, 24 of them to … Continue reading

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Now he’s a Golden Gopher

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Marcia Love is hired as interim superintendent

By Clay Schuldt Special for the Argus With the resignation of  Superintendent Bruce Thomas effective the end of December, the District #299 Board of Education moved to ratify a contract with Marcia Love to serve as the interim superintendent for … Continue reading

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Local snowmobile club puts on certification session for youth

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor “I guess we got pretty lucky with the weather. We planned this training session six weeks ago. We usually hold it in mid-December. We got just enough snow Friday night to hold it Saturday,” … Continue reading

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Final approval of airport hangar lease agreement made by board

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor The long-running land lease snafu between the county and area aviators who fly their planes out of the Houston County airport was finally resolved last week. The Houston County Board approved the final language … Continue reading

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