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St. Michael Elementary School students will have a new principal when they return to school next fall. Corey Lahr was selected to replace Sheila Bichler who is retiring after nine years in the district. Lahr is coming from the Delano School District where he taught third grade for seven years and se...Read More
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Spring rummage sale     APRIL 16 THROUGH 18 — Our Father’s Lutheran Church in Rockford will host its annual spring rummage sale April 16 through 18. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. There will be a huge selection of almost new infant and children’s [...Read More
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A Minnesota community has earned a spot among the top 10 to become Kraft’s first-ever Hockeyille USA. St. Michael-Albertville, which plays its youth hockey at the STMA Arena in Albertville, has already earned $20,000 in arena upgrades via Kraft’s Hockeyville contest, and could win $150,000 more,...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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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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‘We shouldn’t accept the status quo’ The St. Michael-Albertville School Board told the St. Michael and Albertville city councils that the school district needs the cities’ help in lobbying the State Capitol for greater student funding equity. The joint group also heard updates about school c...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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