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Forward Technology in Cokato produces PPE for pandemic

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A local company has been involved in the development of an innovative machine that will help keep people safe during the COVID-19 pandemic..

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The future of the ALC building debated at DC School Board meeting

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The Dassel-Cokato School Board reviewed options for the ALC Building during Monday’s meeting.

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Jacob’s Way of life 5k raises $21,674

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The Jacob’s Way of Life 5k took place Oct. 4 at the Dassel Rod and Gun Club. Named in honor of Jacob MacDonald, a 15-year-old Dassel-Cokato student who died of a peanut allergy reaction in 2017. This was the third anniversary of the 5k and would have been Jacob’s senior year in high school.

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R. Lee Ingalls carries on family tradition of writing

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When you are a descendent of the famous author Laura Ingalls Wilder, who penned the series of “Little House”  children’s books, writing just might be in your blood.
R. Lee Ingalls sought to tell a story that would continue the legacy of the Ingalls name into a new generation.

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Hwy. 12 construction project nearing completion

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The construction on Hwy. 12 through Cokato and near Dassel-Cokato High School is moving closer to completion.

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Dassel to start ‘Pennies for Parks’ program

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The City of Dassel is implementing a volunteer program to try to bring some needed monetary support to the city parks.
Council Member Andrew Carlson proposed that the city participate in the “Pennies for Parks” program at the last city council meeting, and the council approved the city’s participation in the program.

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