Collections Carousel – Photos of O. A. Churchill Store/Muske Implement Building, circa 1985

Until its demolition in 1988, the O. A. Churchill Store, also known as the Muske Implement Building, was the oldest standing commercial structure in central Minnesota. Built in 1855 at the northeast corner of First Street and Broadway in downtown Little Falls, Minnesota, the building housed the store during the…

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Class – How to Analyze the News

Class – How to Analyze the News Saturday, February 18, 2017: 1-4 p.m. at the Weyerhaeuser Museum Fake news has become the news — outrageous stories masquerading as truth, spreading with lightning speed on the internet. Fake news stories seem so true, how can anyone tell what to believe? The…

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Candlelight Hike at Weyerhaeuser Museum on New Year’s Eve

Make your plans to ring in the New Year! The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum, in collaboration with the Lindbergh Historic Site next door, is once again hosting a candlelight hike on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2016. Trails between the Weyerhaeuser Museum and the Lindbergh Site in Little Falls,…

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Nobel Prize Winner to Be Featured at MCHS Annual Event

Historically, Morrison County, Minnesota, has been known for its rural character. Its communities have focused primarily on manufacturing and agriculture, so it can come as a surprise when a person born and raised here strikes out into the wider world and makes notable achievements in other fields. Dr. Brian Kobilka…

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