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Riege: Grilling Wild Turkey

The wild turkey is an American bird, found no place else in the world. Read more | Add your comment

Blue Devils blow past Presentation in home opener

The Riverland Community College men's basketball team opened its home schedule with a 95-39 win over Presentation JV in Riverland Gym Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Boys basketball: Packers power past Winhawks in opener

Boys basketball: Packers power past Winhawks in opener

The Packers were a little tentative early on, but they made big plays when it mattered as they opened their season with a 59-44 win ... Read more | Add your comment

Blooming Prairie boys basketball team drops opener to St. Clair

The Blooming Prairie boys basketball team opened its season with a 74-60 loss at St. Clair (1-1 overall) Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Southland boys basketball team falls to Kingsland

The Southland boys basketball team lost 71-56 at Kingsland (1-1 overall, 1-1 Three Rivers) Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Austin girls hockey team edged out by Faribault  | Add your comment
  2. Jiskra nets 30 as Athletics win season opener  | Add your comment
  3. Hayfield boys basketball team falls to Byron  | Add your comment
  4. Cardinal boys fall to Randolph  | Add your comment
  5. 3 area football players honored  | Add your comment
  6. Packer boys hockey team falls to Faribault  | Add your comment
  7. Riverland’s Fab Five: Blue Devils are starting all freshmen this season  | Add your comment
  8. Hulne: It was a super season for Grand Meadow  | Add your comment
  9. Austin boys hockey team falls to Winona  | Add your comment
  10. Austin girls hockey team wins fourth straight game  | Add your comment
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