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Local vandals set their target on the Little Free Pantry in Onamia at Bethany Lutheran Church on May 11. The pantry’s organizers announced that vandals had been tearing open packages of food placed for people in need and dumping them on the ground. The group stated on their Facebook page, “W…

Community

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A woman in Duluth wrote me about Mrs. Margaret Anderson. I had to go to Duluth a few weeks later and, having finished with my meeting, walked up the hill to Mrs. Anderson’s address, and climbed the stairs to the apartment where she and Oscar Anderson, her husband, live. There I met Mrs. Ande…

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So let’s “focus” on the words of Jesus in the Bible. In John 14:6, Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Jesus is truth, and all truth is based upon and tried by the Word of God. John 1:1-5 establishes the Word and Jesus as o…

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The Mille Lacs Area Health Foundation will be partnering with Ruby’s Pantry in Onamia on Monday, June 1, between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at the Onamia Bus Garage. The annual Mille Lacs Lake Area Operation Community Connect (OCC), sponsored by the Foundation and scheduled for the same day, was ca…

Local Sports

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A foursome of men, obeying their virus protocol with individual golf cars, braved the 30-degree temps and accumulating snowfall on the 17th hole of Blackbrook Course at Izatys on the morning of Saturday, May 9.

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Recently, the NCAA Division II announced six new inductees into the US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Hall of Fame for 2020. Among the six was Melissa Agnew, who competed in track and field and cross-country for the Marauders of the University of Mary in B…

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