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A Simple Resolution for 2019: Smile and Laugh More

By Dr. Kyle Burgmeier, Burgmeier Dentistry Every year around this time, people are looking to make positive changes in their lives. Maybe it is spending more time with family, being more physically active, reading more...

When walkways freeze, walk safely please

By: Sally Mayer, PTA, Athletico Physical Therapy Winter is officially here and although we currently do not have a lot of the white stuff to be moving yet this year the winter is far from over....

7 Steps to a Budget-Friendly Holiday Season

by St. Ansgar State Bank Shopping for the holidays can be a stressful experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Planning ahead can help make sure that you don’t overextend yourself when shopping for loved...

Set New Year’s Resolutions for Your Finances in 2019

By St. Ansgar State Bank The holidays are over, and a new year has arrived. That means it’s time to set some new year’s resolutions. While resolutions involving your physical health are important, St. Ansgar...

Letter: A little train of thought

Submitted by Marveen Allen Minish Dear Editor, I was just enjoying the items in the Journal Archives when I read the item from January 1, 1942 about the little girl who was given a train for...

From the Mayor’s Desk

By Norm Johnson I trust you are enjoying a good summer. We have been very busy getting jobs done around St Ansgar. You may have noticed cracks have been filled on fourth Street and...

Jeff’s Affiliated Foods in Grafton to close

Time to say goodbye. For the Past twenty-six years, I have lived the American dream — that of small-business ownership. It has been a tremendous life experience for which I will always...

Letter to the Editor: Barb Francis, BOS

by Barb Francis, Board of Supervisors  I voted for five County Supervisors and understand why the majority did.  I agree with my fellow Supervisor Stan Walk that more ideas will be presented, but...

Letter to the Editor: Mitchell Co. Salvation Army raises $7,400

As the Salvation Army’s Service Extension Unit representative in Mitchell County, I wish to thank the hundreds of friends and supporters who have given donations and time to The Salvation Army. The Christmas...