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By John Holler Contributing Writer As the Wright County Board of Commissioners opened its April 21 meeting, the audience section of the county boardroom was filled. It wasn’t a group of citizens in for a public hearing. It was a collection of high school juniors as part of the annual Boy/Girl Coun...Read More
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The Hanover Lions 40th Annual Smelt Fry is Saturday, May 2. Food and cold drinks will be served at the Hanover City Hall from 12:30 to 7 p.m. Come and enjoy the great food and cold drinks. The Hanover Lions Club is celebrating 40 years of community service this year and to help celebrate, the [...]...Read More
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Three Rivers Progressive Forum 4TH TUESDAYS — There will be a Three Rivers Progressive Forum on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at Dehn’s Country Manor, 11291 Fernbrook Lane, in Dayton. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and the program begins at 7. This month we’re pleased to have Katie Rodriquez, Dis...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer For the last several years, it has been no secret the owners of Advanced Disposal Systems Rolling Hills Landfill had plans to expand their landfill — the only operating landfill in Wright County. But, at the recent meeting of the Wright County Board of Commission...Read More
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Three Rivers Progressive Forum 4TH TUESDAYS — There will be a Three Rivers Progressive Forum on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at Dehn’s Country Manor, 11291 Fernbrook Lane, in Dayton. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and the program begins at 7. This month we’re pleased to have Katie Rodriquez, Dis...Read More
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A second equity-in-education bill chief authored by Rep. Eric Lucero, R-Dayton, received a bill hearing in the House Education Finance Committee Friday, April 10. The bill (H.F. 983) seeks to help low-revenue/low-tax-base school districts by targeting the bottom 20 percent to provide additional reve...Read More
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A new state law means all cities will have to fund costs for storm water compliance, and Hanover city councilors aren’t happy about it. The council was recently updated about the state’s MS4 requirements as directed by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). Mayor Chris Kauffman and counc...Read More
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