Staples Fire Department DANCE

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Deb Hartung from the Lincoln Gas and Bait store at Lincoln sponsored cash prizes for those under age 15 at the Fishtrap Lake Derby. Those with the biggest fish included Mason Landowski first place; Cala Erbe, second place (second from right), Cory Hanson third, Alex Muma and Conner Casper, fourth place tie; and Chandler Doucette, fifth place. (Staples World photo by Tom Crawford)
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A few of the many Lincoln Area Business Association members who helped stage this year
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Andy Hoffman, left, from LaFayette, finished in third place, John Crowley from Stillwater was second and Ashley Lisson, (at right) a Staples Motley High School senior, won first place in the Fishtrap Lake Fishing Derby held Saturday. Hosted by the Lincoln Area Business Association, the contest drew an estimated 1,100 people. (Staples World photo by Tom Crawford)
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Josh Klosowski of Little Falls was all smiles as a derby official weighed his 1.65 pound northern he caught a few minutes before the finish of the derby Saturday on Fishtrap Lake. (Staples World photo by Tom Crawford)
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Madelyn Erbe and Molly Lindgren answered questions from judge Kathy Odden on their Science Fair project displayed at Staples Elementary School Jan. 29. Students in fourth and fifth grades are encouraged to enter the Science Fair sponsored by the Freshwater Education District.010p1.jpg
Savanna Hill and Jason Johnson were crowned as queen and king of the Staples Motley High School Sno Daze Monday afternoon in a ceremony at the high school. Events this week include a visit Wednesday to the Care Center; trips Thursday to Sacred Heart Area School at 9:30 a.m. and Motley Staples Middle School at 2:30 p.m. The Sno Daze dance will be at T Maxwell’s on Saturday, Feb.006p1.jpg
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