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Corcoran council APRIL 9 — Corcoran City Council will meet Thursday, April 9, at 7 p.m. at city hall at 8200 County Rd. 116. Lions Chevy Dinner APRIL 10 — The Corcoran Lions invite the public to attend their annual Chevy Dinner, Friday, April 10 at Rush Creek. A 6 p.m. social hour will be [...]...Read More
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By Joni Astrup ECM Staff Writer Two state legislators met with citizens last week during several town hall meetings in the area. State Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer, R-Big Lake, and State Rep. Eric Lucero, R-Dayton, talked about the legislative session and fielded questions. There are less than seven weeks le...Read More
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By Eric Hagen ECM Staff Writer Sixth Congressional District Congressman Tom Emmer fielded questions on a wide range of topics including trade, national security, the Patriot Act, education, the environment and energy at an April 1 town hall meeting at Blaine City Hall. Most seats in the council cham...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer With the amount of lakes and rivers in Minnesota, several counties have implemented watershed districts in order to protect the quality of local waterways. In the process, a hodgepodge of individual watersheds have proliferated the state, with little similarity bet...Read More
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Rockford Lions Club APRIL 2 — The Rockford Lions Club meets on the second and third Mondays every month at 7 p.m. in the newly remodeled Rockford Mall, Suite 700. The Rockford Lions Club will recycle your old eye glasses. Leave them in the drop boxes at the Rockford Library, Bankwest and the Green...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer Wright County has a long history of turning money back from its annual budgets, as the county board and department heads close out at calendar year with their respective budgets. At the meeting of the Wright County Board, that trend continued. Auditor-Treasurer Bob...Read More
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The city of Hanover expects to update its septic ordinance with stricter, state-required standards. The city council reviewed the checklist of information required to be stated in the septic ordinance. City administrator Brian Hagen told the council that the update allows Hanover to match the more r...Read More
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