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‘Adults are the larger problem’ By John Holler Contributing Writer For years, law enforcement has dealt with the biggest problems that lead to driving fatalities. The primary focus has been on two areas – speeding and drunk driving. However, there is a new culprit that is putting drivers at ri...Read More
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State Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer (R-Big Lake) has introduced Senate File 306, a bill which would repeal the state’s 21-year-old ban on the construction of new nuclear power facilities in Minnesota. The bill was recently heard in Sen. John Marty’s (DFL-Roseville) Environment and Energy Committee, where ...Read More
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Project completion this summer The Hanover City Council approved a resolution supporting the bid for the Hennepin County Rd. 19 trail project. The council also discussed a Lions water fountain project, and heard about a staff retention report. TRAIL PROJECT The original bid for the Hennepin County R...Read More
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Women of Today MARCH 12 — Get out and join the St. Michael-Albertville Women of Today for a fun event Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m. They will be making a layered cowboy cookie mix in a jar guests can bring home to bake or share as a gift. Come have fun layering up the [...]...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer Over the years, siting of landfills has consistently been a controversial issue that has often led to the disputes being subject to lawsuits. Next month, the latest request for expansion of the Rolling Hills Landfill in Monticello township will be discussed and deb...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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Athletic association wants to partner with city The Hanover City Council heard that the Hanover Athletic Association has a new idea to construct two fields at city-owned property just east of the fire hall. The council also heard of a tentative funding agreement for the Hennepin County Rd. 19 trail ...Read More
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