Archive | January 11, 2013

To the Editor: I have been waiting to see an apology from our City Council members to the Dewey-Radke group for the poor treatment toward them. I have been a homeowner in Little Falls for over 50 years. I have never seen such poor treatment given to any group in this city before. This should […]

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By Rep. Ron Kresha, Guest Columnist On Tuesday, I was honored to take the oath of office and be sworn in along with 133 of my fellow colleagues in the Minnesota House of Representatives as the 88th Legislative Session officially began. I am deeply grateful to my friends and neighbors in District 9B for placing their […]

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To the Editor: The Lutheran Care Center and Bridgeway Estates would like to thank all the volunteers, church groups and civic organizations that shared their time and talents during the holidays. Residents and tenants enjoyed the beautifully decorated theme trees and greatly appreciated all the caroling groups and musicians that entertained. Thank you to all […]

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A firearms safety training course will be held starting Thursday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. at the Holy Cross Church basement in Harding. A parent or guardian must be present at the first class and pay a $5 fee. All individuals born after Dec. 31, 1979, must complete this course to hunt. Participants must be […]

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The Victory League’s first meeting of 2013 will be held at Zylka’s Red Bull Bar in Little Falls, Friday at 7 p.m. All teams must have a representative at the meeting. For questions or more information, contact Al Wind-sperger at (320) 630-7893.

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The Council voted 5-3 Monday, to reimburse park rental fees to Robin Hensel. In June 2012, Hensel rented Le Bourget Park and Maple Island Park, for a Peace and Diversity Fair held by the Little Falls Partners for Peace. She paid the going rate for rental of the parks, for a […]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Before Little Falls Mayor Cathy VanRisseghem could offer her appointments to three council committees, City Administrator Dan Vogt questioned whether the committees were needed at all. Vogt, who has been with the city for about five months, said during that time the Personnel and Finance Committee, the Public Works Committee and […]

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By Liz Verley, Staff Writer  The city of Swanville is eligible to receive a loan of approximately $1.2 million to replace existing water main, services and hydrants as part of the continuing work to replace its water distribution system constructed in 1930 – 1931. The $1.2 million includes money for the construction and project contingency fund […]

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