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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent A new piece of equipment will help the Upsala Fire Department save people from drowning in area water bodies. This new tool is designed to help direct fire hoses that are inflated with air over the ice and into open water up to 100 feet out. When the fire hose is infl...Read More
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State-of-the art facility will serve both military and civilian agencies By Terry Lehrke, News Editor A project three years in the making is now ready for use by military and civilian agencies. The ribbon was cut for Camp Ripley’s Education Center Wednesday, a model to provide state-of-the-art ...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Correspondent The bridge over the Crow Wing River just south of Pillager on Highway 1 will close beginning about June 8. Work to be done includes the repair to the differential movement of both abutments. Contractors, yet to be chosen, will also work on the bridge deck which is showi...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Correspondent The Motley City Council voted Tuesday to accept the audit as presented by representatives of Schlenner Wenner Company from Little Falls. While there are limited segregation of duties performed at the city level, Jon Archer, senior manager at Schlenner Wenner, said the c...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Correspondent The Motley City Council voted Tuesday to accept the audit as presented by representatives of Schlenner Wenner Company from Little Falls. While there are limited segregation of duties performed at the city level, Jon Archer, senior manager at Schlenner Wenner, said the c...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Supervisors and treasurers in 22 of the county’s 30 townships faced the election box Tuesday. The other eight township elections were held to coincide with the November General Election in 2014. Unless special circumstances existed, such as a person being appointed at...Read More
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On Wednesday, March 18, staff from U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office will be in Little Falls at the Initiative Foundation, from 4 p.m. – 5 p.m., as part of the statewide “Supporting Our Seniors” staff tour. The tour highlights resources currently available to assist seniors with health...Read More
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