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Theres no escaping the Locally Laid Egg Co. push for a Super Bowl ad on social media. Now theyre taking it to the streets.
There will be a Get Out the Click rally from 7-8:30 a.m. Thursday at the Cop... Posted on 11/19/13 at 11:00 PM
The final votes were cast online Sunday, and the Locally Laid Egg Co. of Wrenshall soon will learn if it or one of three other finalists has been selected as the winner of a 30-second television spot during the Super Bowl.
Locally Laid Egg Company — which Jason Amundson started with a backyard flock and grew into a serious business in no time flat — is currently a top-four finalist of Intuit’s “Small Business Big Game” competition.
On Oct. 8, 75 students from Wrenshall High School attended We Day Minnesota at the Xcel Energy Center. The event was the kickoff to Wrenshall’s participation in the We Act movement, a blueprint for young people to take action as agents of social change.
First, Dustin Shelton raised his arms. Then, Justin O’Connor pumped his right fist. An instant later, the fence-lined fans and crowded bleachers erupted rowdily.
Wrenshall football was about to beat Cromwell-Wright.
Locally Laid, a pasture-based egg operation in Wrenshall, is expanding.
Just a year after its eggs first landed on shelves at Whole Foods Co-op and Homecroft Foods in Duluth, Locally Laid is expanding in the Twin Cities area.
The community is invited to celebrate Food Farm’s 20th anniversary on Aug. 24 in Wrenshall. Farm tours will begin at 3 p.m., along with activities for kids. Flowers will be available for cutting, and there will be a tractor pull competition and talent show until 6 p.m.
Where can you find the most family-friendly, midsummer activities packed into the smallest amount of space? The answer -- this weekend’s Wrenshall Brickyard Days, where all the festivities take place within a block or two in the heart of town.
This weekend, as they’ve done the last weekend in July for the past 10 years, Annie Dugan and her husband, Janaki Fisher-Merritt, will invite 500 of their closest friends to their home in Wrenshall. They’ll squeeze into a barn on their property and watch a couple dozen movies, snacking on Cajun popcorn and delicacies from the Rambler food truck.
Members of the Wrenshall Fire and Rescue Squad could hardly believe their eyes when they responded to a call along the Munger Bike Trail on Tuesday, May 7. They had received an emergency page from Dispatch around 6:45 p.m. saying a horse had fallen into a sinkhole along an unpaved stretch of the trail.
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