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Time and Money. These are the two commodities we speak of most in our interactions at City Hall. Our staff discusses how long a project or task may take and how long a durable item will last. We are … more
THE MAZEPPA JOURNAL, Editor and Publisher: Barbara and Reider Tommeraas FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955 Consolidation News Mazeppa’s consolidation program which had a temporary setback last week … more
Ryan Barnick is the new Zumbrota-Mazeppa school superintendent. Ryan grew up in the Alden, Minnesota area and currently lives near Mantorville with his wife Jessica and their two children. Ryan began … more
Extra-curricular activity fees will be increased this year for Zumbrota-Mazeppa students. The school has approved a contract with Mayo Clinic for a new athletic trainer and the fee increase will help … more
MotoProz has Sthil power tools to help get the job done! Are you looking for a “serious saw”? Now in-stock are the MS 500i fuel injected chainsaw, cement saws and shop vacs. If you want a shop … more
SUP, waterskiing, water Zumba, paddle boat, canoeing. Man, before I knew it, summer was 1/3 over, and like every year, the past few years, I didn’t make the time to do some summer activities I … more
SEPTEMBER--It’s my birthday month, along with Mike’s two sisters, and their parents anniversary, so we are headed on a family vacation to Arizona for five days and four nights. I found $69 … more
I am pleased to announce that John Stapleton has been selected to be the new principal at Zumbrota - Mazeppa Middle/High School. Mr. Stapleton is a familiar face to our community as he served last … more
The City of Mazeppa recently received $367,500 in Small Cities Development Program funding through the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development to improve fifteen owner-occupied … more
The wait is finally over, and south east Minnesota has a new venue for weddings, community gatherings and event for all. It is only 8 miles north of Rochester in the hidden gem of Oronoco. The … more
South Troy Church Youth group, preparing to leave on our mission trip last month from July 2-7th to Leech Lake Reservation. more
THE MAZEPPA JOURNAL, Editor and Publisher: Barbara and Reider Tommeraas FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 OIL SURFACING IN PROGRESS ON T.H. 60 TO ZUMBRO FALLS Oil surfacing was started this week on … more
July 1st started a new year for the Zumbro Falls Lioness/Lions group. Officers for the year will be president Lori Windhorst, vice president Lisa Davis, secretary Gayle Deobald and treasurer Shelli … more
You know how some people are “old school”. They don’t like change, but whether you like it or not, change happens all the time. My husband Mike and I can be like that. We opted to get a new … more
When I met my husband Mike over 20 years ago, he had a trash can in his truck. No trash to clean up in the vehicle because it went in the trash can. Whenever I get out of my vehicle, I grab trash to … more
The annual Mazeppa Daze festival is coming soon. The City welcomes the chance for our citizens to get out and enjoy the festivities and welcomes visitors to our fair City. We understand that the … more
Mazeppa Daze will be celebrated next weekend on July 7 – 9. The event starts off on Friday with a parade at 7pm. From 8:30pm to 12:30pm there will be street dance featuring Branded Country. A small … more
This past Saturday the Friendship wagon train stopped in Mazeppa for a lunch break. The Friendship Wagon Train is a group of horse drawn wagons and riders who are on the road for a week to raise … more
The Mazeppa Area Historical Society is in hopes of bringing the 1896 man-drawn hose cart back home to Mazeppa to be shared & displayed for all to see. The hose cart was used by the Mazeppa … more
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