Government
By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Swanville School levy referendum on Tuesday’s ballot did not pass, with 384 voters (out of 733) voting “No” to the increase in revenue and 349 voting “Yes.” Swanville Public Schools had proposed to increase its general education revenue by $361.57 per pupil...Read More
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GOVERNOR – 4,106 of 4,106 Incumbent Mark Dayton (DFL) and Lt. Gov. Tina Smith – 989,656 votes (50.07%) Jeff Johnson and Lt. Gov. Bill Kuisle (R) – 878,917 (44.51%) Hannah Nicollet and Tim Gieseke (I) – 56,880 (2.88%) 8th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT – 810 of 810 precincts Ste...Read More
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PIERZ SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTION 1 (ISD #484) 20 of 20 precincts YES     1344     66.73% NO     670     33.27% SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTION 1 (ISD #484) APPROVAL OF SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND ISSUE Shall the school board of Independent School District No. 484 (Pierz Public Schools) be authorized to ...Read More
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CITY OF LITTLE FALLS – 3 of 3 precincts LITTLE FALLS MAYOR Robin Hensel – 94 votes (.89%) Incumbent Cathy VanRisseghem – 531 votes (16.30%) Greg Zylka – 2,631 votes (80.76%) LITTLE FALLS COUNCIL MEMBER AT LARGE Incumbent Brian-Paul K. Crowder – 409 votes (12.91%) Brad H...Read More
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HILLMAN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR SEAT A Incumbent Harry M. McDonald – 68 votes (100%) HILLMAN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR SEAT B Incumbent Tom Stangl – 68 votes (100%) HILLMAN TOWNSHIP TREASURER Incumbent Loren Tomala – 69 votes (100%) MORRILL TOWNSHIP TOWN SUPERVISOR SEAT A Incumbent Ron Beac...Read More
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By Jim Wright, Correspondent Morrison County Social Services Director Brad Vold asked the County Board of Commissioners for help, due to a huge workload increase. He asked to hire two workers. “We did not add staff when the health care law was enacted, but we have 2,200 more cases now than a year...Read More
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