To all of the residence in Woodrow Town ship who live on, or near or use gravel roads.
I want to acknowledge Bill Pilancinski for his letter to the editor in the July 26th issue.
It was mid-December, 1986, and I was snowmobiling with my Maple Grove neighbor and his brother in the Longville area.
The “Imagine Smiles Playground Committee” has completed a mission started over 6 years ago!
To the Editor: When I mention Boys State or Girls State, I typically get a deer-in-the-headlights stare.
On April 4th, 2022 a community dinner was held to raise money for the Ukrainian relief effort.
Once again the Friends are kicking off the summer season with a book sale on Saturday, May 28th.
Last year thousands of people came to Minnesota from around the country to protest, threaten workers and try to stop the Enbridge Line 3 replacement project.
Turn Aggravation into Action
Minnesotans are known for their generosity, so it’s no surprise we dedicate 24 hours to giving to nonprofits statewide. When you make a gift, this Give to the Max Day, you can help The Longville Area Food shelf win a share of the 100-thousand-dollar prize pool!
The “Inspire Me Playground Committee” would like to recognize Enbridge for their grant allocated for our all-inclusive playground for the Northland Elementary students in Remer.
The XC ski season is fast approaching so now is the time to start getting our trails ready for snow.
Again, I find that I love our little community in Longville, MN. It’s the little things that make me appreciate living here.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all…are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
The Longville Friends of the Library group has been involved with very successful fund-raising events for the Margaret Welch Memorial Library for over the past 20 years.
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