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The Hanover City Council heard from its fire chief regarding recommendations for improvements, such as increasing membership and pay. The council also authorized the Historic Bridge restoration project and took action on other issues. FIRE DEPARTMENT Chief Dave Malewicki updated the council regardin...Read More
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Live Outdoor Nativity DEC. 26 — Come and see! St. Albert’s Catholic Church invites everyone to join us Friday, Dec. 26, from 5 to 7 p.m. to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, our Savior. There will be a Live Outdoor Nativity set up outside St. Albert’s Parish Center. Come and see volunteers ...Read More
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Hanover City Administrator Annita Smythe has submitted her resignation to the city council. Smythe has been employed by the city for a couple years. She served in administration for the city after former interim administrator Bob Derus ended his term. She was since promoted to city administrator. Th...Read More
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Corcoran council DEC. 22 — Corcoran City Council will meet Monday, Dec. 22, at 7 p.m. at city hall at 8200 County Rd. 116. Rockford City Council DEC. 23 — The Rockford City Council meets Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 6 p.m. at Rockford City Hall, 6031 Main St. For information, call 477-6565. Rogers counc...Read More
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The Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Dist. 877 School Board approved the 2015 tax levy of $13,406,682.19. The levy total is $1,134,224 more or an increase of 9.24% (in total school property taxes) than the Pay 2014 levy. During the Truth in Taxation Presentation Director of Finance and Operations Gary Kawle...Read More
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It is that time of year again when we are all making our holiday plans and gift lists; but it is also a season many of us seek out opportunities to serve our community. For nearly 25 years, Hanover Area Food Shelf has worked hand in hand with the community to help ensure basic needs [...]...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer Historically, the annual Wright County Truth in Local Taxation hearing isn’t very well attended. Whether it is due to a lack of interest from the public, the resignation that property taxes are a primary funding mechanism for counties, cities and school districts...Read More
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