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Fill the Kiln and Santa’s letter box return to Dassel

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Since 2017, Levandowski sisters Cora and Sofia have led a toy collection drive in the weeks before Christmas. The girls call the event “Fill the Kiln” and aim to stuff their parents’ pottery kiln with donations.

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Dazzle Dassel brings Santa, singing, shopping, and sparkles to town Saturday, Dec. 3

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Dash through Dassel Dec. 3 from 3 to 6 p.m.
Start your adventure at The Weathered Birch, then travel to Simply Quimby to meet Santa, Mrs. Claus, and his elves.
From there, continue down the road to Simo Custom Apparel, where you can meet the Jolly Tree.

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DCLF installs signs celebrating Darwin’s history

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While Darwin may be small in population, it is rich in history. That is something the Darwin Community Legacy Foundation (DCLF), which turned five this year, wants to honor consistently.

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DC School Board weighs pros and cons of bonding bill request

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Dassel-Cokato Schools Superintendent Mark Raymond assessed the school board’s interest in submitting a request for inclusion in a Minnesota bonding bill at Monday’s work session.

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Son publishes a book featuring nearly 1,000 of Dassel native Allen Westerberg’s WWII letters

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Joe Westerberg, Duluth, remembers the moment that sparked his interest in history – he was 10 years old and was gazing upon the USS Arizona War Memorial in Hawaii.

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Dassel City Council write-in candidate totals announced

The total number of write in votes for two men vying for seats on the Dassel City Council have been tabulated and the results released.  All results are unofficial until certified.

Write in totals were:

Dan Landrus – 165

Darren Sombke – 164